Wednesday, 14 March, 2012 - 09:11
A big thank you to George Smith and John Napier who were kind enough to show us a selection of the photographs they enjoy taking. A good selection of landscape, wildlife and flowers, amongst other things, were displayed and John even put together a great AV of Musselburgh in snow.
The club has a copy of the AV software John recommended, Pro Show Gold, so please ask if you are interested in taking a look and having a go at making your own AV.
We plan to have more nights like this next session so if you would like the opportunity to share your shots with other members then please leave a comment below this post or speak to one of the committee members. It would be great to get everyone on board even if it’s just for a 10 minute talk.
There is another chance to receive constructive feedback from some of the more experienced members this Thursday so please bring along one image (mounted or unmounted).
Please also bring along a couple of prints you’d like to be considered for the summer library exhibition and hand them to John Knox or Charlie Briggs. We will then choose the most appropriate ones that hopefully will be varied and fit the space available. They can be A4 and mounted on black card with a title and your club number on the back.
See you all Thursday.
Wednesday, 14 March, 2012 - 10:06
Sounds interesting…Hello Musselburgh Camera Club,
Lantern slide enthusiast Winnie Stevenson will entertain us with a blast from the past using original Victorian equipment to present her Phantasmagoria – The Traditional Magic Lantern Show.
Winnie will be giving her presentationat the Mid Calder Camera Club on Wednesday March 28th 2012 at 7:30 PM. We meet at The Institute Hall, Market Street, Mid Calder EH53 OAL (opposite Tonino’s Takeaway and The Black Bull).
Admission is £2 and will include tea, coffee, and biscuits.In case of a possible bad weather cancellation, check the website or contact me.
Hope to see you there!
Sincerely yours,Debra Mills
Tel: 01506 204700 or 07905 519592
Tuesday, 13 March, 2012 - 13:52
On Thursday 26th April 2012 over 500 guests will attend the glittering awards ceremony to recognise and celebrate the outstanding
- Do you know an unsung hero who deserves to be recognised?
- Do you know someone who works tirelessly to improve their community and/or country?
- Or is there a young person in the public eye that inspires you?
There are 15 awards, from sports to entertainment, unsung hero and volunteering. Simply go to the Nominate Now page and make your nomination for the young person, aged 11 - 26, you think has really made a difference to people's lives this year. The final 3 people in each category will get a VIP invitation to attend the awards ceremony at the Glasgow Hilton Hotel on Thursday 26th April 2012.
Friday, 9 March, 2012 - 00:04
Friday, 2 March, 2012 - 07:59
We had nearly fifty people attending our joint meeting with the Musselburgh Art Club last night which proved to be fascinating experience.
Dell with his tremendous knowledge of both photography and artistic skill discussed the thirty paintings and prints images.
Both seemed to have the same characteristics and elements that make up an image that ‘speaks’ to the viewer.
Positioning, colour combination, originality and avoiding elements in the image that distracts from the main subject were all relevant in creating a quality product.
Thanks to Malcolm Roberts who put in a good article and picture relating to MCC in this week’s East Lothian Courier, page 16.
Library Exhibition - From May to September we will be holding our annual display which will tour seven libraries in East Lothian.
This year I would like to see that it contains a print image from each member of the club (subject to available space).
Thus showing the general public the full range of work and experience achieved by members, so that they can relate to them and hopefully be interested in coming along to the club next season.
We need up to two prints from every member mounted, if possible on black mounts as the lighter ones do tend to get a bit ‘grubby’ by the time they have done the rounds.We will then choose the most appropriate ones that hopefully will be varied and fit the space available.
You can use any prints that you have – if you want to improve on them based on comments and guidance made so much the better. If you are reprinting, try to keep to A4 size, suitable mounted, as they will take up less room and allow more prints being shown.
Please bring in your prints over the next few weeks and give them to John Knox or Charlie Briggs, but please aim to have them with us by 29th March, remembering that 22nd of March we are away at Beeslack. Please put a title on the back with your club number.
So please give us your full co operation so that we can really make a good show of our efforts made during the year.
On the 22nd March we are visiting Beeslack Camera Club at Penicuik, so there will not be a meeting at Fisherrow – I have put a list on the notice board, please put your name on it if you are planning to go to Beeslack so that we can organise transport ( car sharing)
Meet at Fisherrow car park 6.45pm
Next week – we have John Napier and George Smith who will give us a presentation on ‘Pictures that they enjoy taking’.
I shall be away for the next three meetings, so Joe Fowler will be ‘Master of Ceremonies’.
I will be back again for the meeting on the 29th March and am looking forward to seeing ‘a large pile of prints’.
Saturday, 25 February, 2012 - 09:38