So, every now and then we have a traditional studio night where everyone can come along with their camera and use one of the studio setups to learn and experiment. No question is too simple or complex for these nights and it’s a great way to experience another side to your camera.
Images courtesy of Len Harris
KIDDERMINSTER Camera Club’s photographic exhibition at Kidderminster Library will be on display for an extra month.
Club spokesman Duncan McCormack praised the new gallery and said the exhibition – which will now continue until Sunday, July 28 – had been a “complete success”. We have extended our stay. It was so successful, the library has made it look so good that when we went into pull it down, they asked if we would leave it up. We have had more people in there because of the gallery’s position than we have ever had in the past, there is always someone in there because it is so accessible from the library, rather than having to go up the stairs. It has been a very good place to exhibit and we have been able to put the same number of prints up. They are presented and lit well.
We were invited to display our pictures after our annual exhibition at Kidderminster Library by the Chairman of Worcestershire County Council, Mr Robert Adams at the County Hall in Worcester.
Every now and then we setup a studio evening where members can come along and experience photographing in a studio environment.
We normally have between two and three studios setup on the night so that the members can move between the studios and try for themselves and see what effect different methods produce. Below you will see some sample setups from the night and the resulting images.
On Saturday 8th September, Worcester Cathedral presented certificates for their photographic competition.
Jill Harris got a Highly Commended certificate for her image below.