Programme of Club and External Events

RPS Zoom Talk by Glenys Garnett
Oct 25 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Glenys lives in Wakefield and can’t remember a time when she didn’t use a camera. She particularly likes to encourage the use of creative thinking and techniques to develop more artistic approaches to creating images. Most of the techniques she uses are not difficult to learn especially if you have a little experience with your camera and some post processing skills.

We will spend time looking at a variety of the techniques that Glenys uses to develop her images with lots of tips on how to approach your photography with a more creative eye. She will also show you how she creates some of her more complex composites. It is important to attend with an open mind and be prepared to discover your inner creative spark and perhaps leave with some inspiration and a desire to try something different.

Booking is essential. Get a ticket via the link above to the RPS website. Tickets cost £3 for RPS Members and Non Members, free for RPS Digital Imaging Group members.

Smartphone Photography (The Missing Manual)
Nov 7 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

If Peter’s presentation and the recent competition have peeked your interest in mobile phone photography, you may be interested in this RPS Zoom talk by Nigel Goldsmith.

From the RPS website:

“While the technical image quality and features of a smartphone camera cannot compare with the modern dedicated digital camera, its compact size makes it an attractive tool for spontaneous or discreet photography. In this session, Nigel Goldsmith will show you how to access some of the controls and features familiar to those with dedicated cameras and introduce some of advanced features. During the session he will demonstrate preparation, focus control, exposure, accessories and creative controls. Most of the features covered are common to both Android and iPhones. Watch with your smartphone to hand! You might want to follow along with the session using your own mobile device. There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session.”