Thu18Oct201810:30Grass Wood, near Grassington
Grass Wood is an area of mixed woodland offering scope for a variety of nature pictures. There might even be some autumn colours!
Dave visited us in November 2017 when he gave us an excellent evening talking about his street photography. I'm intrigued to see what his approach to 'Life' will be.
Another chance to show off your best pictures and your printing skills.
Wed21Nov201814:00To be arranged
Linton is a delightful Dales village and a good place for photography. Possible subjects include the church, the falls on the Wharfe, and the village green with it's attractive bridge.
Gary last visited Settle in October 2016 when he spoke about his approach to landscape photography. You can see more of his work at http://www.waylandscape.co.uk/
Ymir is a character in Norse mythology:
"From Ymir’s flesh the earth was created,
And from his sweat the sea,
Mountains from bone,
Trees from hair,
And from his skull the sky".
Our annual "jolly".
No Gallery this evening.
Tonight we will be looking at aspects of making prints for exhibitions. As well as our Annual Exhibition in August also coming up are an exhibition in the Folly and the annual YPU exhibition.
A video presentation looking at aspects of judging pictures.
Gallery: "Best of 2018". A chance to show off your best pictures from last year and to explain what makes them special for you.
The Church of St Michael the Archangel in Kirkby Malham is an imposing building also known as the "Cathedral of the Dales".
Shy Burhan is a social documentary photography based in Shipley. She will be talking about her latest project "Life at 40" in which she documented 40 people who turned 40 in 2018.
For more information about Shy and her work visit her website:
Selected members will talk about the pictures they would take with them to the proverbial "Desert Island".
Gallery: "Still Life".
Cattle and sheep markets provided fascinating venues for photography, so we're hoping for an interesting morning.
Andy last visited us a few years ago, showing his pictures of the Ribble valley. Tonight will be the opportunity to see more of his excellent work.
A new one for SPG - tonight will be our first 'proper' competition with an outside Judge. Further details will be advised later.
Wed20Mar201914:00To be arranged
Which waterfall to visit will be decided nearer the time, in the light of weather conditions and other relevant factors.
Mon01Apr201919:30Townhead CourtArchitecture is my main subject of photography. This talk/presentation looks at various cities around Europe mainly focusing on modern architecture both in colour and monochrome. The subject can be in dark monochrome or the very light delicate tones of monochrome, in colour I show the vivid colour ranges of the Munich U Bahn to the subtle desatured colours of Stuttgart. In the talk/presentation I explain my thoughts behind the images some go much deeper showing the original RAW file that came out of camera and its journey through my vision and processing that makes the final image, I talk and show you through this process plus others I will show the final image and the RAW. It is not only an evening of showing images I try to explain my workflow, research and what to look for in architectural shoots to help your member if they shot architecture. Although the talk/presentation is digital I also bring a selection of prints for members to view.
Your chance to kick out the committee and generally cause trouble.
Gallery: "A Touch of Humour"