The evening went well with Cranleigh just pipping us by 1 mark in the Open section, where each club submitted 15 entries. In the Nature section, which had the same number of entries, we won by 9.5 marks. The full marks are below.
Dear Ludshott Photographic Club,
Happy New Year!
I am getting in contact to bring to your attention a new photography
YouTube show which has been in the making for the past 2 years. It’s a free to watch monthly show released on the final Sunday of each month at 4pm. Each show will be around 40 minutes in duration and will consist of a combination of tutorials, equipment reviews, location information, editing tips, as well as some photography related entertainment. We will also be giving away some impressive prizes.
The show is produced on the Isle of Skye but we cover locations all over the world as we follow professional photographers going about their business.
The show is aimed at all levels of photographer, with some of our
features focusing on more basic skills and others being more advanced.
This is a brand new show for 2020 and we are trying to get the word out, so please help us by forwarding details to the members of your camera club.
We hope you enjoy watching the shows – the first of which is available now.
Many thanks for your time and I wish you all the best in 2020.
The Watercress Line is preparing to welcome the record-breaking Flying Scotsman, the most famous steam locomotive in the world, for the first time this February.
Tickets are sold out but you may like to grab some photos of this iconic locomotive from a vantage point on the line.
Twelve members met at the Fox and Pelican on Monday evening 9 December 2019. There was an almost full moon, and although it was cold it was a beautiful clear night. The lights in Grayshott were at their best, and we all wandered round taking photographs of them. Afterwards we met in the pub for a drink and a chat. An enjoyable evening, and some of our efforts can be found HERE
The running order can be found here – https://surreypa.org.uk/2019-inter-club-championship-print-results/
Our results are below with the score out of 15 after each title.
Congratulations to Mike Young ARPS for receiving a Judge’s medal for his beautiful print of “Cuckoo Landing”.
Godalming were first, We came second with Mid Sussex Club
01 Cuckoo landing by Mike Young 14
02 Otter on the Riverbank by John Gamble 11
03 Goldfinches on teasel by Mike Young 13
04 Large White feeding on Scabious by Gordon Rae 11
05 Partridge on the stubble by John Gamble 11
06 Spiderwebs by Brian Bond 12
07 Great Crested Grebe bonding display by Mike Young 12
08 Wren by John Price 13
We were eighteenth out of 21
01 A classy lady by John Price 9
02 Egrets caught in the Surf by Keith Mumford 10
03 Garlic Reflected by David Bird 10
04 Gently down the stream by Andy Mason 12
05 Misty reflection by Brian Bond 12
06 Early morning on the Beach by John Price 11
07 Pretty flamingo by John Gamble 10
08 Grey Heron by John Wichall 12
09 Watching the Match by Bruce Gardner 10
10 Synchronised Arrivals by Paul Crook 12
11 Wearing Papa’s Hat by Yvonne Lindup 9
12 Waverley Abbey by Kathleen Bird 10
13 Japanese raku fired ceramic pot by Grant Dawkins 12
14 Punch Bowl Morning by Andy Mayson 10
15 White Rhino in dappled shade by John Wichall 11
16 Windows by Paul Crook 9
Our next competition on 6 January is a set subject PDI competition. What is Creative Geometric Design I hear you ask? Well it should have a geometric shape or two in it such as –
Think architecture – Roofs, staircases, skyscrapers, chimneys………
Think Nature – spider webs, flower or seed heads. Ammonites, peacocks, snail shells……….
Think Manmade objects – coiled ropes, rows of cutlery, clothing, tiles, rows of chairs, shop displays..…..
Think food – pineapples, sliced fruit, cup cakes……..
Eight members met for coffee at Winkworth Arboretum’s tiny cafe on Wednesday 30 October 2019. It was half term (sorry guys, I miscalculated!) and very busy, but the weather was gorgeous and the colours were good, with some flaming maples. I think the colour will still be good for a couple of weeks if we don’t have a gale and lose all the leaves. So if you are thinking of going next week should be good (not half term!)
It was an enjoyable day. Kathleen
Roger Mendham with Harold Russell, Ludshott Photographic Club, commended for “Farewell to Wings & Wheels”.
Congratulations to Harold for his well deserved Commended certificate.
Here are the results of the 2019 Keith Hunt AV Competition.
|1st||Concert Photography||Tony Cole||Alton Camera Club|
|2nd||Battle of Britain||Niall Ferguson||Windlesham & Camberley Camera Club|
|3rd||Commemorating the Fallen||Jean Hoyle||Windlesham & Camberley Camera Club|
|Highly Commended||City of Glass||Mike Reed ARPS||Mid Thames Audio Visual Group|
|Highly Commended||In Search of the Fisher King||Mike Tibbotts||Woking Photographic Society|
|Commended||Farewell to Wings & Wheels||Harold Russell||Ludshott Photographic Club|
|Judge’s Award for Creativity||ZARG||lan Bailey||Alton Camera Club|
Our annual exhibition took place on Saturday 21 September 2019 at the Holme Primary School in Headley. As well as over 100 exhibits from the club members this year, four pupils of the school showed off their photographic prowess.
The pupils have been coached by four club members of the club. They borrowed cameras to photograph subjects of their choice, and the best twelve pictures were selected to be shown with the club’s photographs. A wide range of subjects were chosen by
the pupils including Waggoners Wells, Adrian Blyth’s luxury
sports cars, School Life, and the Bordon Enclosure. The children
selected their own photographs and helped with the printing and
mounting and the choosing of tiles.
The exhibition was well attended, and the raffle made £70 for school funds. Refreshments were on sale outside the hall in the beautiful September sunshine.
Thank you Focal Point Venture Group for planning, setting up and running the day, and thanks to the school for their help and co-operation.