Our annual Town Trail of member's photographs will be on display in most shop and commercial premises front windows during this period. This is your chance to take a leisurely stroll around Settle and not just see the pictures but also perhaps to learn more about Settle itself.
Tricks, tips and techniques in Photoshop for you to enjoy, with Margaret and Rod Smith
Gallery: Light and Dark
Tue21Aug201814:30Southerscales, near Chapel-le-Dale
Lots of possibilities at Southerscales, from wide-open vistas to the nooks and crannies in the limestone, and not forgetting that tree!
Sat25Aug2018Mon27Aug201810am to 5pmClapham Village Hall
Our Annual Exhibition again, but this year of special significance because it marks 10 years since the Group was formed.The exhibition is open to all members to display their work - there is no theme or selection so it really is representative of the work of the Group. Come along, see what you think, and maybe even consider joining us.
Admission is free.
Remember the days when the only format for most people was 35mm, or medium format if you were really keen? John will talk about the bewildering array of different formats used by modern cameras and their implications for your photographs.
Gallery:"More than One".
There is much of interest to see and photograph around the canal basin in Skipton, as well as the branch along behind the castle. And if the excitement gets to be too much there are always the ducks to feed!
Exactly what it says - an evening with Alan Stopher, the current President of the YPU.
A chance to see some of the pictures which were selected for this years YPU exhibition.
Gallery:"Photos in the style of - - "
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.
Wed21Nov201810:30To 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.