Photographic Society

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The Adderbury Deddington and District Photographic Society includes members living in a wide catchment area around Aynho, meeting regularly on the first and third Wednesday evenings of each month in the Apricot Room, Cartwright Hotel.
Our main activities include monthly presentations by outside speakers as well as by our own members; workshops aimed at all levels including digital camera controls, photographic creativity, indoor studio; impromptu photo-shoots throughout the year; two annual exhibitions of our members’ work; social events including our Annual Club Dinner.
We welcome all members whose digital photographic skills and experience may vary from compact cameras through to single lens reflex cameras. Come to one of our Club Nights and get a taste of what we do – you’ll see that we are a congenial group who enjoys taking and showing photographs.
You can keep up with our Club’s activities by going on to our website (http://www.addphoto.co.uk) .

 PROGRAMME OF EVENTS
Notes ~ Workshops will be led by member Simon Lutter, except where indicated.
All workshops commence at 7.30pm in the Cartwright Arms Hotel, Aynho.
 *MEMBER’S EXPERIENCE AND CONTRIBUTIONS ARE BOTH WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED AT ALL SESSIONS*  
Wednesday 4th January 2017 Members’ Evening My three best images of 2016:  where and how they were taken, what was learned and why they are valued.
Wednesday 18th
January
 A workshop: Outdoor photography session, learning how to shoot the night sky
*please note…  Weather permitting
Led by Jim Muller/Simon Lutter/Gail Girvan
A short indoor tuition session at the Apricot room, followed by an outdoor practical session photographing the night sky and star trails.  Hands on help available from more experienced members of the club.
Taking place at Chesterton Windmill (car sharing).
Will be an earlier start than usual.  A cold and later night than usual.
 Wednesday 1st February Presentation by member Paul Brewerton A short journey through Alaska and the Yukon.
Wednesday 15th   February

A workshop: Basic Computing for Photographers (windows based)
Led by John Prentice

 Where to store photos.  How to find them.  Photo file types and sizes.  Copying from camera/memory card to computer.
Questions and answers/or requests to be sent in advance.
 Wednesday 1st March  A presentation by Robert Harvey
By the Sea:The wild edge of Britain.
Wednesday 15th  March A workshop:  Table top photography.
Led by Martyn Pearse
 Hands-on inter-active evening involving up to six tables.  How to take still photographs of everyday objects of your choice .
Wednesday 5th April AGM  followed by Members’ Evening AGM followed by Members’ Evening: What Is It?
Monthly Topic: Cemeteries
Wednesday 19th April 2016 A workshop: Creative use of flash.
Led by Simon Lutter
 Discusses the use of high speed synchronised flash and slow synchronised flash to achieve fun and different results.
Wednesday 3rd  May  A presentation by Mary Spicer Astrophotography.
 Wednesday 17th  May A workshop: Outdoor photo shoot to practice using aperture/shutter priority or full manual.
Led by Simon Lutter
An outdoor photo shoot.  Promises to be a fun evening with a meet up at a pub after for a refreshing drink and possibly a meal.
Details of times and place nearer the time.
Wednesday 7th June  A travel presentation by Yin Wong Yunnan, China
Wednesday 21st  June A workshop: Outdoor photo shoot to practice using aperture/shutter priority or full manual.
Led by Simon Lutter
An outdoor photo shoot.  Promises to be a fun evening with a meet up at a pub after for a refreshing drink and possibly a meal.  Details of times and place nearer the time.
Wednesday 5th July A presentation by Bob Brind-Surch Beyond auto mode: taking creative control of your camera.
Wednesday 19th  July  A workshop: Outdoor photo shoot to practice using aperture/shutter priority or full manual.
Led by Simon Lutter
 An outdoor photo shoot.  Promises to be a fun evening with a meet up at a pub after for a refreshing drink and possibly a meal.
Details of times and place nearer the time.
 Wednesday 2nd August A presentation by Philip Joyce ARPS Short stories.
Wednesday 16th August A workshop: Outdoor photo shoot to practice using aperture/shutter priority or full manual.
Led by Simon Lutter
An outdoor photo shoot.  Promises to be a fun evening with a meet up at a pub after for a refreshing drink and possibly a meal.
Details of times and place nearer the time.
 Wednesday 6th September A presentation by  David Boag Photographing nature more creatively.
Saturday 16th September ANNUAL EXHIBITION Our annual exhibition of members work will be held in the Adderbury Institute,  10am to 4pm.  Free entry, all are welcome, come along and see what we produce. Refreshments available.
Wednesday 20th September A workshop: Night Sky led by Jim Muller

 

An outdoor photoshoot at Chesterton Mill
(Please note this photoshoot is weather dependant and may change at short notice).
Wednesday 4th October A presentation by Viveca Koh FRPS Phoneography to fellowship: my continuing journey.
Wednesday 18th October A workshop led by Dave Govier Beginners and improvers
 Saturday 28th October  ANNUAL EXHIBITION (Part 2)  Part two of our Annual Exhibition is to be held in Deddington Church. 10am to 1pm. Free entry, why not come along and look at our work.
 Wednesday 1st November A presentation by Robert Harvey Winter Photography
Wednesday 22nd November A workshop  TBA
Wednesday 6th December  A presentation by John Credland ARPS Intensity in ten cities.

 


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