Those members who have seen the Art Wolf -Travels to the Edge series of videos, may be interested to know that he has a new book on the series coming out, & that there is a video on Youtube where he gives a talk on the series & book… available here.
We are pleased that our friends at Beeslack Penicuik Camera Club have sent out an invite …
Beeslack Penicuik Camera Club warmly invites you to an evening with renowned landscape photographer Colin Prior, on the 3rd of November 2016 at Penicuik North Kirk from 7.30pm.
Tickets for this event will go on general release in the next couple of weeks, however, we are opening our invite to fellow camera clubs first to give you a degree of priority. Audience numbers will be limited to 200, and although tickets will be available at the door on the night, our ticket sales are based on a first come first served basis.
Tickets can be purchased online via our secure payment facility at www.bpcc.photography/events
We look forward to welcoming you at this exciting event.
Stephen Ball, LRPS
Address: Edinburgh Road, Penicuik, Midlothian. EH26 0QF
This Sunday 21st Aug, there will be around 30 or more Classic Cars and dancers dressed up in 30s and 40s , and 50s uniforms, All Starts at 12 noon, but to get the best photos of the cars better to get to the Marina for the back of 10am. Marina is at the back of the police station.
I hope to get the dancers to pose with the old cars around 3pm for photos, looking to get the Buddy Holly and Elvis image .
Could you send to camera club members, as i think a good few photos could come out of it .
0780 314 6057
Kirkintilloch Camera Club now has charitable status, details of the award can be found on this website under “CLUB DOCUMENTS” at the top of page, or directly at this link.
The club are delighted to have Damian Shields as our guest speaker on Monday 11th April 2016.
Damian’s photographs appear regularly in the press & photo magazines & journals.
For those not familiar with Damien’s work it can be found at his website
Also of interest is his interview with OnLandscape Magazine.
Kirkintilloch camera club welcomes wildlife photographer Mark Medcalf, on Monday 2nd November.
Mark Medcalf is an award winning wildlife photographer living in Scotland. Much of his work has been taken within Scotland and the Western Isles and Orkney. He has also travelled extensively to other areas in the UK, Spain and Iceland specifically photographing the wildlife.
His work has been used by the BBC for some of their projects. Also he supplies Getty images upon request. He won the Scottish Nature Photography Wildlife Portrait Award in 2013 and had two images short-listed in 2014.