Halloween Night with Hedon Viewfinders Photography Club

Halloween is traditionally fun at Hedon Viewfinders! But lots pf photography skills to master too!

Halloween

Wednesday’s ‘Halloween’ Meeting.

Wed 27 October at Haven Arms, Havenside Hedon, HU12 8HH at 7pm.

Expect the ‘reveal’ of those Club Members’ contributing to Birmingham’s Night of the Dead. Expect some shadow photography, light painting, smoke and fog, and an altogether spooky atmosphere!

Bring your spooky props, do join in by wearing a spooky fancy dress if you wish – and of course, it would be horrific if you forgot your camera! Tripods will be useful too!

AND…. we’ll run another small prints competition – on the theme of SPOOKY. Bring a small 6×4 or 7×5 print and the best one to meet the theme, decided by popular vote at the meeting, will win an appropriate prize!

All Welcome. Spread the word about one of our most popular photography nights of the year!


Hedon Viewfinders Photography Club at the Haven Arms

Hedon Viewfinders is Hedon’s own community photography club. It’s free to join. It’s free to take part in our activities. The club prides itself on its good reputation for its fun and friendly approach to studying and enjoying photography.

Meets Wednesdays every week 7pm at the Haven Arms, Havenside, Hedon HU12 8HH. But check our key dates to see if we’re inside or out and about.

ALL WELCOME.

Author: Ray Duffill

The Hedon Blog 'Beat-Blogger'. Bringing 'hyperlocal' news to local people; better informed, engaged and active local communities!

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