We try to make our fortnightly meetings interesting for everyone whatever your experience and whatever your camera of choice. We aim to improve our photographic skills, learn what makes a good image, and perhaps how to manipulate the files using a computer and imaging software.
These will include presentations and demonstrations from well-known local photographers or from members of the club with particular knowledge and experience on a specific topic, or practical evenings and workshops where we bring our cameras and learn or try something different.
We encourage all members to enter whatever their level of experience. New members may find the idea a bit intimidating but competitions are an excellent way to improve your image making. Constructive feedback from experienced visiting judges is often useful and it can help your learning process to see your work on display and being discussed. But if you decide not to take part that’s fine; you can learn a lot just by looking at other members’ images and hearing the judge’s comments.
As a society we take part in two annual inter-club competitions with the other societies on the island, when each club puts forward their best digital images to be judged against each other.
We arrange a variety of trips and outings for photography, mainly during the summer months, but we hope to add more outside activities and workshops during the season if there is interest and support.
During the summer break we put on an annual exhibition of members’ prints at three events in the south of the island, which are excellent opportunities to raise awareness of the club and speak to other photographers.