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Have a good Easter guys.
I will require to know and receive money for safari park tickets on Thursday. £8 oap £9 youngsters. Sorry re rush but offer is through my work and it ends 31mar. Please contact friends in club if u know they don’t look at website. I will organise a club trip or you can go individually if u prefer. Thanks Mike
Listen to award winning screen and stage actor Robert Powell in an exclusive live interview on BBC Radio Scotland Culture Show TOMORROW FRI 20 MAR 2.43pm.
We’ve been racing the MRCC Nico35 3up TTT with two teams riding this year. The following day, Sunday 8th March, saw 4 riders head down to race in Northumberland at the GS Metro APR. Saturday 14th March was the tough Gifford Road Races where our new kit was on display in the A race. And the early season classic Corrieri 10 TT on Sunday 15th also had representation from the club. Over and above all this Tuesday and Sunday training runs continue.
Plenty of racing opportunities coming up in the near future with Road Races and ‘classic’ early season hilly TTs a plenty. Check out the entry details on the BC calendar to start with, or have a chat with one of the club members. The new kit can be seen on the club facebook page at Musselburgh Roads Cycling Club.
Hello again Mike,
Sorry again for the delay in getting back to you but now that I’ve had a little time, I’ve prepared the following overview on what I can offer in the way of nature photography workshops.
I’m assuming that weekends are best for most Club Members but if weekdays are possible, then do let me know and I’ll get back to you with further dates. Meantime, possible weekends are as follows:
21st / 22nd March
4th / 5th April
2nd / 3rd May
About workshops. I’ve been teaching photography since before I turned professional 30 years ago and I’ve long since learnt that everyone attends photographic workshops for different reasons – they are interested in learning how to photograph different subjects, need help in different areas etc. So I deal with this by offering one-to-one help by going round the group throughout the day. For this reason, and to be fair to everyone, then I suggest a maximum group size of six.
Group numbers can affect costs and so smaller groups are possible, but would obviously be slightly more expensive (per person) so my rates are as follows:
Two participants £150.00 each
Three participants £100.00 each
Four participants £75.00 each
Five participants £60.00 each
Six participants £50.00 each
This would be for a full 9.00am – 5.00pm day, but then if the weather is fine, and anyone wishes to stay a little longer, then I would pleased to extend this.
As with all my workshop days, the emphasis is showing guests how to get the best from the equipment that they already happen to own, rather than specifying a list of ‘must have’ items which can make some feeling a little uncertain. Items such as tripods are important but then I always have mine available should anyone need to borrow one. Similarly, I have a range of reflectors, diffusers and filters with a range of adaptor rings so that they can be fitted to most people’s lenses. What I wouldn’t want is for anyone to rush out any purchase anything specially for the workshop! Indeed, they should have a better idea of what they might need (if anything) afterwards so I can give advice on that subject too.
About locations / subjects. These vary enormously but a combination that has worked very well and which I have staged several times for visiting groups has been to spend a morning at Burnmouth and then the afternoon at Eyemouth Harbour. There is a great range of subjects between the two locations, starting with mostly static subjects at Burnmouth, including still life macro subjects, of rock formations, plants and shorelife through to landscapes. And then at Eyemouth there are the more challenging birds (gulls, eider ducks, cormorants etc) and grey seals in the harbour so there is a natural progression to the day.
If a smaller group only wanted to photograph one type of subject for the whole day, such as birds or macro, then this would be possible and I would come up with a bespoke itinerary to suit.
Meantime the attached ‘contact-sheets’ shows samples of just a few images from Eyemouth that are perfectly possible to achieve in a single day.
There are other possibilities, including:
The Scottish Deer Centre, by Cupar, Fife – birds of prey and access insides of enclosures to work with subjects such as fallow deer and foxes – samples attached. This spring / summer – cost: (including refreshments, lunch, entry to Park, hire of falconer £90.00 each for six or £135.00 for four.
St Abbs Head – seabirds (obviously) but fantastic plants, insects and landscapes – samples attached. Later this spring – cost: as for Burnmouth / Eyemouth day.
Gannets feeding – Sailing around (but not landing) on the Bass Rock on a trip designed for action photographs of gannets feeding – samples attached. July / August – cost TBA.
Do just feel free to call me anytime on the number below should you wish to discuss – and I don’t mind fielding questions from interested members too.
Regards & thanks,
Laurie Campbell Photography
Berwick-upon-Tweed, TD15 1TE
Tel:+44(0)1289 386 736
From: Mike Clark
Sent: Friday, March 06, 2015 10:31 PM
Subject: Show 6/3/15
Really enjoyed your show and images. I along with some of my friends in Musselburgh Camera Club are very interested in workshops with you. Can you supply me with a link to what you have on offer?
The PAGB is the GB organisation which organises inter club activities and provides advice and education on photographic matters. They produce an e-news letter approximately six times a year. Anyone can subscribe to the newsletter for free through the PAGB website http://www.thepagb.org.uk.
The most recent newsletter, which has just arrived, has a good article on how to make AV presentations and one on data protection, as well as prizewinning images and details of competitions and meetings etc.