On Wednesday 21st April, Penistone Camera Club look forward to extending a warm welcome to Sally Sallett (ARPS and Others)who will explain why the photographic community should “never underestimate an old woman with a camera”. Sally has been known to describe herself as being “a reluctant OAP” with a “ragbag” style of photography and she will explain why she reached those conclusions whilst sharing key images from her club photography journey.
Members are also reminded that if they have not already done so that they need to submit their 3 entries for POTY 2021/22 by Wednesday night and also to pay their subs by the end of the week if possible.
Please try and be in the Zoom Room (Details on the website in the Members area – hint it remains the same week to week) no later than 7.20pm to allow sally to start her talk promptly at 7.30pm.
Please make sure that if you are attending the talk by https://www.valeriematherphotography.co.uk/ tomorrow night to be in our Zoom room by 7:20pm. so we can have a prompt start at 7.30pm
POTY 2021/22 – Round 1
Don’t forget that we all need to have our 3 images uploaded via the webpage no later than the 21st. It’s important that we all enter 3 images as the comp will require all 9 entries over 3 rounds to be scored.
Will all members please note that there is no meeting scheduled for 7th April 2021. Our programme will resume on Wednesday 14th April.
On Wednesday 14th April, members of Penistone Camera Club look forward to giving a warm, virtual Zoom welcome to Valerie Mather who will be giving an illustrated talk on what inspired her to create the book “Yorkshire Born & Bred: Farming Life”. We will hear how reading an article in Country Life magazine which said that only 3% go UK farmers were under 35, ultimately started her on a project and journey which led to her being awarded an Associateship of The Royal Photographic Society.
Please arrive in the Zoom no later than 7:20 so we can try and have a prompt start at 7:30.