LYMINGTON CAMERA CLUB – PROGRAMME 2018/19 SEASON
All meeting are held in the Ballroom, MacDonald Elmers Court Hotel at 7.30pm on the dates shown.
13th September 2018 Welcome evening – Members’ Evening
27th September 2018 Talk – Pauline and Colin Thornhill DPAGBs “An Introduction to Nature Photography”
11th October 2018 1st PDI Competition Judge – Paul de Sylva APAGB25th October 2018
25th October 2018 1st Print Competition Judge – Geoff Roberts LBIPP
8th November 2018 Talk – Rebecca Hitchcock DPAGB “Iceland and Yellowstone, “Lands of Ice and Fire”
22nd November 2018 2nd PDI Competition Judge – Colin Goggerty
13th December 2018 Christmas social – Members’ Evening Photography quiz and social evening.
10th January 2019 Talk – Rachael Talibart “Tides and Tempests”
24th January 2019 2nd Print Competition Judge – Roger Smith ABIPP
14th February 2019 League Print Competition Judge – Sue Sibley ARPS CPAGB AFIAP
28th February 2019 3rd PDI Competition Judge – Gordon Brown ARPS
Set Subject – Building for the future (See below)
14th March 2019 League PDI Competition Judge – Peter Woodhouse
28th March 2019 Talk – Janey Devine “Celebrating British Life”
11th April 2019 3rd Print Competition Judge – Alison Cawley ARPS DPAGB EFIAP
Set Subject – Three prints on a theme (see below)
25th April 2019 Members’ Evening TBA
9th May 2019 Best of Year Competition Judge – Jim Pascoe ARPS ABIPP
23rd May 2019 AGM
2018/19 Set Subjects
We have four competitions with no set subject. Members may enter images on any subject they choose in colour or monochrome.
The two set subject competitions this year are ‘Building for the Future’ for PDI and ‘‘Three prints on a theme” for Prints.
‘Building for the future’ this could be a person or animal actually building something or a piece of architecture that reflects the future. This is a PDI competition.
‘Three prints on a theme’ – Here you will have three prints judged simultaneously as a panel. Each print should not exceed the usual,mounted, dimensions of 500mm x 400mm. The panel should have a common theme but the subject matter is open so it can be any theme you wish. Because each panel of three images will be judged at once we are allowing members to enter up to two panels e.g. six images in total. Each panel will receive a single mark