YELLOW LIGHT to begin our 6-people-strong workshops again.
News: We have got the yellow light (go ahead but with Covid-19 precautions) to start our workshops once again. Each will be designed for six people only. Note: Photo Dave Hook.
Initially (until mid-May when we can use indoors again), these will be OUTDOOR events; demonstrations, photo walks and other photography opportunities. We plan to use Wednesday evenings at 7pm at the Haven Arms (outdoor meet-ups only) as our club nights again. But we can use other times and days to organise socially distanced events subject to the demand from members. We will of course be guided by the weather when holding outdoor events.
We have organised and run two workshops to date via our Facebook page, one on Lens Ball photography, and a second with a water theme. Both were successful – and fun!
We now invite you to express a general interest in attending workshops at our email firstname.lastname@example.org and please do suggest your ideas for subjects and themes you would like to see us tackle.
Workshops will be organised in advance and each group will be limited to six people. Booking will be essential once again. Keep an eye on the website for further information.
Photography Challenge 2021
More scores from Locked Subjects:
96. A yellow traffic light.
Two points winner for his close-up is DAVE HOOK.
100. Cosy (Cozy in the book).
The winner of two points for his feet like toast – is GARETH HUGHES.
And the current League Table – including the points from above:
|Dave Hook||108+2 =110||£25|
Remember: We’ll only accept one photo from each person to each subject. After we’ve received 5 photos to a particular subject, then that subject will be closed for entries.
Not taken part yet? Enter a photo to take part in our free draw for £10. There are still lots of subjects in the challenge for you to tackle. Click the link below and have a look.
In whatever way you send us your images for the challenge, use the hashtag so that we can find them easier:
Hedon-based photographic club. It’s free to join in and take part, and the club prides itself on its good reputation for its fun and friendly approach.