Tonight, we had another excellent evening, which has proved popular with members. Images tonight covered a wide variety of genres, from portrait, landscape, nature, creative and infrared to name a few. Time was not on our side and due to the interest from members we could only have 5 members showing their work so we look forward to the next 10 from 6 evening to catch up.
Peter showed a selection of images from being a ‘novice’ when he joined the club through to his creative colour phase inspired by a club member to more recent images created through lockdown.
Janice gave us a tour of images from Bruges, Ireland, Scotland and closer to home that brought back memories whilst looking through them in Lockdown to Janice experimenting with different effects with new images, particularly one image that was reminiscent of a Vincent Van Gogh painting.
Matteo recently moved to Lincolnshire but distance does not stop Matteo from being a member. Matteo showed us his favourite genre of people, the stories behind each image to his new genre of creating conceptual images. From Texas, Italy, to his first images when arriving in Yorkshire to his latest images of creating images similar to the style of Pep Ventosa with a twist.
Graham E. Sykes
Graham gave us ‘a brief history in 10’, a tour of images starting in 1977 to the present day. From analogue, using medium format camera to 2002 when Graham changed to digital. Graham is well known for his architectural record and particularly his infrared photography of the famous tree.
Michael’s 10 images reflected his travel aspirations and scenes that he likes from the Orinoco delta, Spain, Portugal, Scotland to his recent trip to India where he captured some stunning images of Woodpeckers.