Fiona Brims sends this message to club members…
I run photography mornings up at Cumbernauld one a month in the summer. I have just opened the one in August up for booking ( max 12 people)
i was wondering if you could maybe circulate details to the members to give them the chance to book
I already have a couple other members on june and july mornings and I know Neil was keen to manage if poss.
details are as follows
WORLD OF WINGS PHOTOGRAPHY MORNING. Next date available is Sunday August 16th Cost £20 payment by paypal confirms your place. we aim for people to be there for 9.30 for a meet and greet and a wee pep talk ( and a coffee) before starting at 10.00 The first hour will be spent shooting static birds against a nice natural background ( no aviaries etc) Falconers will be on hand to answer any of your questions about the birds. 2nd hour will be spent with the falconers flying several different birds for us to shoot You will be off centre where the public are not allowed in a natural environment for the birds. Good SOlid footwear is essential . its a bit rough underfoot. so walking boots or wellies. You do not need to be hugely experienced as we will be on hand to help out and give you tips for camera settings and best way to shoot the birds etc The public display begins at 12 and your fee covers this and full access to the centre where you are welcome to take as many photos as you want .. Lunch is not included but can be preordered if you want to stay ( recommended as is the hot chocolate lol) There is another public display at 3 and again you are welcome to stay to watch that.. Get in touch if interested ( firstname.lastname@example.org),. here are a few shots from the last one…
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.
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 email@example.com
Subjects for the 2015 Summer portfolio are:
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
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.
If you require further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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
10am – 4pm
Price: £35 for RSPB members, £45 non-members
To book a place please contact Sam Langford on 0141 331 9805 or at
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.
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.
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
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
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: email@example.com for
UK/Europe, or firstname.lastname@example.org 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