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Coming up this week is a special charity presentation by Jim Moreland, FRPS FBIPP on behalf of the Royal Photographic Society.
It is titled "The Quality Image" and consists of a series of projected images taken by RPS members from all over the world. Guaranteed to inspire all those who attend!
Through this presentation, Jim is trying to raise some vital funds for Children's Cancer Care. This, I am sure you would agree is a very worthwhile cause and I would urge everyone to did deep and support him in his efforts on the night.
Look forward to seeing you all there.
Last night was the first proper session of the this season and we kicked things off with a packed session.
Karen McCrea gave a great presentation on the basics of photography. For those that are still struggling with the juggling act you might find this cheatsheet useful, it's a handy resource for your camera bag and was found here.
Donal McCann FRPS then gave a fascinating talk on distinction panels, specifically RPS and IPF distinctions. We were treated to a selection of club members who displayed and discussed their distinction panels;
- L Panels: Helen Weir LRPS & Melissa Gordon LIPF
- A Panel: Brian Bennett ARPS
Next up Jim Moreland FRPS FBIPP talked about the RPS and Fellowship panels.
Here is a handout detailing RPS assessment dates throughout 2012/2013.
The Committee would like to extend its thanks to everyone that helped to setup and clear away the room. As you can see, with such a large turnout that help is invaluable in ensuring that we kick off and finish in good time. There'll be plenty to do throughout the year and we'd ask that people pitch in as and when they can. Thank you.