John Chamberlin certainly served us up a treat with wildlife from around the world. High standards indeed.
We also had our first practical outing to the Stoke Prior Steam Rally. Lots of steam traction engines of all sizes, plus vintage motorcycles, cars and trucks. There were plenty of people in period costume and even a chance to enjoy a proper cup of tea (no tea bags) in the refreshment tent with a World War II theme. The weather was perfect as well.
This week we have an interactive night, partly hands-on and partly lecture/demonstration – guaranteed to be all informative I believe. Wendy Irwin will be showing us how she achieves special effects with her still lifes. We will see her work and how she processes it in Photoshop. She will also set up some still life tables with basic lighting – a chance to bring your cameras and perhaps practice some new techniques.
Finally, for those of you who have not submitted your entries to the first PDI competition (myself included), there are 2 days left. It’s an excellent chance to receive positive feedback and advice from an experienced judge, plus being able to learn from the critique offered to other people’s work. Don’t miss out.
See you all on Tuesday.