Kirkintilloch Camera Club

Photography club based in Kirkintilloch, Scotland

Scottish Classic Car Forum Invite

A word from new club member, Alan Duncan

 

My Scottish Classic Car Forum, Could you post a link to all the members, i have around 18,000 photos of Scottish events, club meetings and shows, feel free to use any of the photos, the 1st set  i took yesterday with the camera set at 0.3 mb instead of 18mb, forgot to check it after someone was playing with it.

See Link  https://www.flickr.com/photos/scottish_classic__car_clubs/sets/

 

The Local Club is Kirkintilloch and District Classic Vehicle Club   kdcvc.co.uk . we meet up every 2nd tuesday of every month at the Kirkintilloch miners club at 7.30pm , from May we will be meeting in the miners car park at 7.30pm and doing runs,  you doint have to have a classic car to join up on the runs .

 

Also see  www.caledonianmsc.freeuk.com   for classic car events nearby and links to some of my photos.

 

Hope this is of interest or help to anyone wanting cars for photos

 

For info contact Alan Duncan on  kdcvc@outlook.com

 

Regards

Alan Duncan

Summer Portfolio 2015 competition

Subjects for the 2015 Summer portfolio are:

LONG EXPOSURE

MOUTHWATERING

ARCHITECTURE

OUTDOOR PORTRAIT

MORNING

SUMMER DAYS

Reminder DPI’s only, panel of 4 images picked from the topics above. Multiple panels accepted.

Images must be taken after the AGM 27th April.

INVITE FROM MILNGAVIE & BEARSDEN CAMERA CLUB

INVITE FROM MILNGAVIE & BEARSDEN CAMERA CLUB

WILL CHEUNG

On the 10th March ’15
Milngavie and Bearsden Camera Club is bringing William Cheung to Glasgow. He is editor of Advanced Photographer Magazine – http://www.williamcheung.co.uk/

His lecture is entitled ‘My Passion for Photography’ which includes Portrait, Landscape, Mono, Documentary and Street photography. The event will take place in Bearsden Academy at 7.30pm – 9.30pm and tickets can be bought at the door for £5.
http://www.mbcc.org.uk/wp/
If you require further details contact secretary@mbcc.org.uk

Wildlife Photography Workshop with Louise Greenhorn

Wildlife Photography Workshop with Louise Greenhorn at the Kelvingrove Museum on Saturday 28th February.

“Join wildlife photographer Louise Greenhorn on this one day workshop, and
learn how to capture stunning nature and wildlife photographs. She will
cover all the basics and focus on how to prepare and get the most out of a
shoot, the ideal equipment set up and how best to use the light in real
environments.”

10am – 4pm

Price: £35 for RSPB members, £45 non-members

To book a place please contact Sam Langford on 0141 331 9805 or at
sam.langford@rspb.org.uk

“15 minutes of fame”

Happy New Year everyone!  At the quiz night I mentioned that our second meeting of the new year was entitled, “15 minutes of fame”.  It’s an opportunity to show us some of your images (or videos), explain the inspiration behind them and perhaps get a bit of feedback from your fellow members.  Should be a good night!  If you have any prints or files you would like to share then could you please bring them next Monday (5th).  Many thanks.

Bobby
ps:  or you could email files to me at the this email address but please remember to resize your images as you would for any of our competitions.  Ta.

Marrutt Digital Inkjet Printing Masterclass Videos – free

FREE Colour Printing Masterclass
a 10 part online video training course

Marrutt Digital has published a free 10-part video training course “Colour
Printing Masterclass” on YouTube. It is for professionals and enthusiasts
who want to bring their colour inkjet printing standards up to the highest
possible level.

Go to http://www.marrutt.com/colour and you get instant access to the audio-visual
movies without having to navigate YouTube. There is a total of 4 hours of
expert tuition.

A final training video on Black & White inkjet printing will be published by
Marrutt in the autumn.

“Within these videos, we demonstrate correct colour principles with the aid
of a standard calibrated, accurate colour inkjet print, which we are happy
to mail out free of charge. Simply e-mail us with your full postal address,
and the words “Test Print” in the subject line to: digital@marrutt.com for
UK/Europe, or digital@marruttusa.com for USA and the rest of the world”,
said John Read, MD of Marrutt.

This latest training course has been added to a large library of free
Marrutt online training videos on YouTube under the search words “Inkjet
Printing Masterclass”.

Kirk Norbury

Kirky Camera club welcomes guest speaker tonight Kirk Norbury – talks about Timelapse Photography in Landscape Photography.

@Kirk Norbury – http://www.kirknorburyphoto.com

Gordon Buchanan – Lost Adventures Tour Dates

Highly acclaimed wildlife camera man has announced tour dates ….

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Tea Rota 2014-15

The initial rota has been based on last season’s membership list but this may be revised when the membership list for the coming year is finalised. It would help me manage the process if you could let me know if you are not intending to return to the Club for the new season. We hope, of course, that such thoughts are furthermost from your mind. For any revised list I will ensure that new members are again paired up with more experienced members so that they can be guided through the process.

If you are unable to make it to the club on your appointed night I would ask that you arrange for someone else to take over your duties for that night, so that we are not placed in the difficult situation of trying to find a volunteer at late notice. If you need to rearrange your allotted night and require contact details for other members, I will be able to provide you with the required information.

Jim Watson
Secretary
Kirkintilloch Camera Club

tea rota 2014-15

Scottish Nature Photography Festival

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With just 4 weeks to go until the Scottish Nature Photography Festival returns to Battleby on 13 and 14 September, we’d like to offer camera club members a special discount on tickets.

Group bookings of 5 or more tickets will receive a discount of 10% off this year’s ticket prices. Simply contact us with names, email addresses, dates and ticket type required, plus payment, and we will email tickets to individuals. If individual cheques are easiest they should be made payable to The Wild Media Foundation and sent to 12 George Wilson Road, Auldearn, Nairn, IV12 5TN. Alternatively, people can send payment via PayPal to emma@2020v.org, reference “SNPF2014_CC”.

Discounted ticket prices will be as follows:

Day ticket – Sat 13 Sep (Lunch included) – £47.70
Day ticket – Sat 13 Sep (No lunch) – £40.50
Day ticket – Sun 14 Sep (Lunch included) – £47.70
Day ticket – Sun 14 Sep (No lunch) – £40.50
Weekend ticket – 13 & 14 Sep (Lunch included) – £95.40
Weekend ticket – 13 & 14 Sep (No lunch) – £81.00

We have a fantastic line up of nine speakers over the two days including Arctic Photographer of the Year 2013, Roy Mangersnes, renowned wildlife photographer, Andy Rouse, plus a strong cast of nature and conservation photographers made up of Niall Benvie, Terry Whittaker, Ian Cameron, Jodie Randall, Fergus Gill, Charlie Phillips and Matt Doggett. A huge variety of topics will be discussed, from Matt Doggett’s extraodinary experiences in an underwater world to Roy Mangersnes’ stunning Svalbard encounters.

There will be lunchtime workshops from Niall Benvie, Mark Hamblin and Terry Whittaker on subjects ranging from remote photography and camera traps to macro photography and creating composites and “old prints” in Lightroom and Photoshop. A number of other lunchtime activities will also be on offer and there’s the chance to mingle with friends and like-minded photography enthusiasts.

Trade stands will again be available throughout the weekend and this year we’re joined by market leaders, Canon and Epson; photographic retailer, JRS Photo Hardware; outdoor specialist, Mountain Leisure; photo tour operators Ron McCombe Wildlife Photography and Northshots; plus the John Muir Trust and Scotland Outdoors Magazine.

The SNPF photo competition also returns, with a session in Northshots’ osprey hide up for grabs on each day. This specially built hide offers a unique opportunity to photograph one of Scotland’s most charismatic raptors on natural perches in front of a clean background, with both feeding and flight shots possible. The overall winning image from each day will also be displayed on the main auditorium screen. Competition entries close on 1 September so do make sure you have your tickets and send us your images if you’d like to be in with a chance of winning.

It all promises to be a great weekend of inspiring presentations and stunning images from some of the best photographers at work today, and we hope your members may be able to join us this year.

If you have any queries or would like to take advantage of this exclusive offer, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Best wishes

Emma

Emma Blyth
emma@wildmedia.org
07753 744701

http://www.wildmedia.org/SNPF
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