All of the 2015 – 2016 Programme Now on the Events Page, check out how many good reasons there are to be a member next year.
The sun shone and all had a good time at our Summer programme evening at Uffington White Horse Hill, and Later for conversation and perhaps some food at the pub. If you were there, bet you enjoyed it, and if you missed it – Check our events page for the next one in a couple of weeks.
All of the programme up to the end of 2015 is now on the events page. Take a look at what is in store, we are sure there will be plenty you will enjoy. There are some real star turns here, so don’t forget to put them in your diary. The rest up to May 2016 coming soon
Freedom of Panorama is the right to take a picture in a public place without worrying whether it will include copyrighted content such as buildings. In the UK as well as much of Europe there is freedom of panorama. However following on from a German MEP trying to get this freedom across all of Europe a committee has suggested that it should instead be taken away. This will include us and anyone from any of the European countries that have … Continue reading
The Annual “Prize-giving” took place on the penultimate indoor club meeting, on 21 May, 2015. Certificates were awarded to the winners of the numerous competitions, and the appropriate trophy will be engraved later.
On Thursday 21 May, 2015 Cathy FitzHerbert was presented with a Certificate from the RPS by Robert Albright declaring that she has achieved the standard required by the Natural History Panel and is enrolled as an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society.
All the Summer Programme Details, now in Events
First Two Months of the New Seasons Programme Now Available in Events
John Evans Competition, 26 March 2015. The society had the honour of the presence of the Mayor of Swindon, Councillor Teresa Page on Thursday, 26 March 2015 to judge the entries for this years “John Evans Competition”.The Mayor enjoyed the evening with us, and mingled among members for a chat following her judging task and viewing a display of high quality digital images from the Royal Photographic Society.I think fair to say, we all enjoyed a very relaxed evening.The … Continue reading
Seven club members travelled to Wantage last night to enjoy the Battle with Oxford and Wantage Clubs. As usual, the Prints and Projected Images were of the highest standard, including ours. Some of the Projected Images were absolutely stunning, especially the “nature” images. Once again, Lyn Day’s “Just a Long Day” was awarded twenty points; and we ended the evening in third place with 327 points from a possible 400.