Photo Book for 2019.
There has been a suggestion from one of our members that we produce a yearbook of photographs for 2019.
The Yearbook would be an A4 size publication that would feature one ‘best of year’ image from all those members of Viewfinders that wish to take part. The book would be a celebration of the variety of work made by club members.
These photobooks are usually really well produced and the publication of the Yearbook would be a great way to showcase the club and could be brought to meetings, displayed in exhibitions, etc.
There would be no cost to members, would just need high-quality digital images. Your job now is to sort through your best images of this year and decide which is your favourite for the book!
The DEADLINE to EMAIL your favourite image for the book is SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30 2019. Email your favourite image which should be of the highest resolution possible to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participation is key here, so even if you haven’t attended the Club for a while, then please consider being part of the Yearbook. It’s free to be included.
The book will be designed and set up on Tuesday 3rd December and those interested can come along and help in its design, look and appearance.
Whitby Goth Weekend 2019.
We’ve got a few members who have expressed an interest in going to the Whitby Goth Weekend on Sunday 27 October 2019. So this is just plugging that event and presenting information to members.
If you’ve never been before, then (weather permitting) it’s a great event to practise taking street portraits. It’s very much a friendly ‘partnership’ between the goths, steampunks and photographers who are there in their hundreds too! Mostly, the immaculately-dressed characters are more than willing to pose, just ask politely.
We encourage people to car-share, etc to share, cut travel costs. If you have a lift to offer or want a lift, then email email@example.com and we’ll try to match people up.
More information on the Whitby Goth Weekend at www.whitbygothweekend.co.uk/wgw-whats-on/
HIP Fest 2019
Hull International Photography Festival is on until the end of the month (Sun 27 October) – a great opportunity to visit a magnificent set of exhibitions at Princes Quay. Nine galleries and the centre of Princes Quay are displaying 14 exhibitions.
More information at https://creativeandcultural.com/HIPfest/
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Photo: From the Hedon Viewfinders club trip to Paull in July 2019.