This Month’s Meeting
Wednesday 17th January:
Rachael Talibart LRPS is giving her not-to-be-missed talk “Tides and
Tempests” - coastal photography including her well-known storm
waves. Rachael’s stupendous coastal photography will include her
well-known, dramatic storm waves. Her photographs have been published in
books and print and online magazines and been exhibited widely in the UK
as well as Barcelona and New York, and appear in private collections in
the UK and USA. She is owner of
f11 Workshops, providing photography day tours and workshops in the
South of England. She is also a public speaker and writes for
photography magazines. Her website is
Two of her stunning photos
are now in the Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition
at Waterloo Station.
Last Month’s Meeting
Last month we had our December Christmas
competition. Chosen Theme “Standing Out.” We submitted around 30 images
for comments and judgement by David Mendus. After he had selected his
top three, members voted for their favourite. This was followed by our
very enjoyable social followed.
The winning image was “Not your typical market trader” by Penny
“Jenni” by Peter Beardow and “Roses of Remembrance” by Stephen Sitton
were in second and third places.
February 2018 - Our Annual Exhibition
holding our annual members’ print exhibition in Teddington Library again
from the 3rd to 25th February. Opening night will be 2nd February at
6.30pm (refreshments provided) and, as mentioned last month, all
newsletter recipients are invited - please RSVP to
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are coming along and have not
already replied – thank you.
Would members please bring their entry form listing their entries to
this month’s meeting (up to 6 prints per member, mounted no bigger than
40cm by 50cm). Mounted prints can be brought to the meeting or delivered
to Geoffrey Beer by 1st February. The cost is £2.00 per entry. Please
email David with images and titles for the library to approve
beforehand. All help welcome.
Next Month’s Meeting
Wednesday 21st February:
Colin Clarke ARPS will talk about his RPS ‘A’ panel on musicians and
Wednesday 18th April: Saleel Tambe
will talk about wildlife.
Wednesday 16th May: Vanda
Ralevska ‘Time to Stand and Stare: Continuing My Journey’.
Vanda will describe her challenges and development as well as enjoying
the time and place...
Wednesday 20th June: Maythem Ridha
will talk about his North African images/book and a current project.
Happy New Year to all of you from all of us. May all your dreams
from the last year turn into achievements during this New Year.
Happy, Snappy, New Year