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Welcome to the
Berwick and District Camera Club.
We are a small but friendly club with members of all ages. The programme includes talks by talented photographers.
Advice given by judges in the print and digital image competitions can help you develop your skills.
Meetings are held in the Village Hall, East Ord on Tuesday evenings at 7.30pm.
The season runs from September to March.
Fees: Adult: £30.00
- Under 18: £10.00
ARE YOU UP TO DATE WITH THE COMPETITION RULES ?
Projected digital images must be in the following size and format:
They must be sized to
1400 x 1050 pixels maximum for landscape format and be sized to
1050 pixels maximum height for portrait format and
1050 x 1050 for square format.
They must be on JPG files
This webpage is supported by the "image rich"
The Panel Competition has been moved to 6th March, so please do not bring your panel images this Tuesday, but bring them instead on Tuesday 20th February.
And - can those of you who have been taking images of the Parks please stay for a short meeting at the end of the evening.
The next meeting is at the Ord Village Hall on
the 8th of January
WITH ALLAN BROWN
Bring your tripod.
To learn more about gaining an RPS qualification click this button
FIRST PROJECTED IMAGE 27th November 2018 Judge Derek Snee
1 Janete Conlan
2 Annie Watt
3 Maggie Jary
1 Maggie Jary
2 Paul Anderson
3 Barbara Bogacka
1 Alex Aitcheson,
2 Paul Anderson,
3 Janete Conlan
1 Paul Anderson,
2 Anne Christie
3 Maggie Jary
1 Andy Colls,
2 John Tully
3 Barbara Bogacka.
1 Maggie Jary,
3 Colin Smurthwaite
The competition attracted seventy-three entries and was judged by Derek Snee who in a departure from the normal style of presentation added music to the screening of each catagory and then gave a detailed adjuication on the winner's work..
The results were
CLICK ON AN IMAGE
SURPRISE EVENTS I.C.M. AND SURREAL SUB AQUA 11th December 2018
INTENTIONAL CAMERA MOVEMENT
Maggie Jary demonstrated how to use the camera to create abstract images.
A combination of longer exposure and neutral density filters enabled more to be extracted from the scene than first met the eye.
Prictures shown were taken in Venice and captured movement and colour
A SEA OF RAINBOWS was the title of the video produced by Ian Cartwright.
The superb images, some of great complexity and beauty were merged together in a kaleidoscope of colour. They were accompanied by the soothing music of the Flower Song by Delibes.
The pictures were taken at close range by Ian during dives in Indonesia. During a question and answer session he explained the importance of flash in capturing the vivid colours