PROJECTOR PHOTOGRAPHY involves projecting an image onto a background, a person, or another object for artistic effect. And, in a first for the club, Hedon Viewfinders is going to experiment with the techniques at our Wednesday 28 September meet-up.
We’ll have two projectors available which we’ll use as mobile light sources. We are asking club members to help us by providing images that would make for a striking effect when projected. Colourful artwork or patterned images would work well but consider the effect that your images might have when projected onto a face, body, object, or surface. You might choose to create your own images especially customised for the night. Email your images to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm Tuesday 27 September.
By working with other club members, you might be able to design some themes that might work on the night; vintage, sci-fi, fashion, etc. These themes might then suggest props and costumes that might enhance the photo shoot.
It looks like it will be a fun night with everybody able to take some very different photos.
Projection Photography, Hedon Viewfinders at The Haven Arms, Havenside, Hedon on Wednesday 28 September 2022 at 7pm.
HEDON VIEWFINDERS Photography Club formally presented the engraved trophies to the winners of the Preston Show Open Photography Competition last week (Wednesday, September 14) at the Haven Arms in Hedon.
The annual Photographer of the Year was Simon Dallimore from Withernsea who won the Landscapes and Buildings categories with his sunlit snowy scene of the Pierhead Towers. The Young Photographer of the Year shield was won this year by 15-year-old Holderness Academy student Alex Darcy with his monochromatic panoramic seascape scene. Also awarded his trophy was People and Places category winner Kieth Madden of Hedon with his photo of a character in traditional Indian dress.
Awarded their trophies by the Club’s Chair Ray Duffill were:
- Annual Photographer of the Year Simon Dallimore
- Annual Young Photographer of the Year Alex Darcy (15)
- People and Places category trophy winner Keith Madden.
Photos by Lynn Leedham:
The show itself was held on August 6 at the Nag’s Head in Preston, when the other winners were awarded their trophies: Jane Jeffrey (Best Animal Photo by a Preston resident) and Sandra Wood (Best Mobile Phone Photo – with Viki Hogger presenting the prizes).
In total, over 120 photographs were entered into the competition, seen by an estimated 750 people during the day of the show. Ray Duffill from Hedon Viewfinders extended his and the Club’s thanks to the organisers of the Preston Show, the Preston Village Community Group, and also his thanks to Mr. James Green from Holderness Academy for facilitating the entries from students at the school.
|Date||Subject, Theme, etc.||Notes.|
|Wed 28 September||Projector Photography.||7pm at the Haven Arms|
|Wed 02 November||Save all your PROPS and COSTUMES from Monday for our late HALLOWEEN NIGHT with dry-ice, smoke, and lots of spooky goings-on!||7pm the magic starts!|
|Friday 25 November||We want photographers and helpful elves to help us with Hedon’s Christmas Lights night photography!||4:30pm – 8.30pm|
|Sunday 11 December at 7pm||Trip to Sewerby Winter Wonderland!||£15. Need to book quickly!|
|Wed 14 December (provisional date)||Hedon Viewfinders Christmas Party! Not to be missed!|