Below are some of the years award winners which was presented at the annual awards dinner.
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.
Studio 1 Set
Studio 2 Setup
Studio 3 Setup
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On Saturday 8th September, Worcester Cathedral presented certificates for their photographic competition.
Jill Harris got a Highly Commended certificate for her image below.
Next to Godliness
Okay, so i’m not sure if we were there to win awards or eat. Either way a really great night was had by all and the food and service was superb at La Brasserie in Kidderminster.
Below are a few pictures from the night.
Could this be the future of photography? hmm not sure yet but it was a very interesting and enlightening talk.
Two of our members, Len Harris (sitting in the hot seat) and John Pugh (hiding behind the camera that took the picture below) presented an evening on 3D photography explaining how the process works, showing live demonstrations and allowed us all to interactively play with the technology and see the results for ourself instantly.
3D technology is truly interesting and poses many possibilities as it brings (literally) so much depth into your photographs. As technology advances and it become easier to view these pictures without the aid of the very attractive glasses; then who knows, it might replace your standard photograph.
Kidderminster Camera Club were asked to photograph some of the Jubilee events that were going on around Wyre Forest. If you would like to look at a small selection of photographs took then click here to view the Jubilee Celebrations Gallery.
Well, for Wyre Forest Thursday 24th May 2012 was a historic day as the Olympic Torch traveled through our streets to much celebration and perfect weather.
Kidderminster Camera Club was fortunate enough to take the official photographs for the area and our members covered the day with great enthusiasm and passion.
We have posted a few pictures from the day here.