Colin Jarvis (MA Photo, FD Photo, PGCE, ARPS) is a professional landscape photographer based in the North West of England. He has worked as a photographer and educator for many years and his work has been featured in books and magazines as well as exhibited in London, Liverpool and Manchester in private exhibitions and in association with the Royal Institute of British Architects. Colin runs residential workshops to some of the most beautiful areas of the UK including Northumberland, Glencoe, Skye and North Wales, along with specialised weekend workshops covering Infrared photography, Long exposure photography and Monochrome masterclasses.
For more information and to see examples of his work visit https://www.colinjarvis.co.uk/
Bring your possible entries for the exhibition for discussion and feedback prior to finalising them.
There will be no Gallery this month.
Tue21Jan202011:30National Science and Media Museum, Bradford.
The museum has a huge collection of photographic items and a number of exhibitions.And at least it should be warm and dry indoors!
For more information visit https://www.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/
Suggested travel arrangements for this visit are as follows:
Depart Settle 10.02
Change Bingley arrive 10.44 depart 10.55
Arrive Bradford Forster Square 11.11.
Return fare to Bradford is £12.10 or £8.00 with railcard.
There are return services from Bradford at 13.16 (Settle 14.16), 15.16 (Settle 16.20) and 16.46 (Settle 17.49). For those who want to sample the night life there are also later trains.
In both directions the train to/from Bingley will call at Ribblehead, Horton in Ribblesdale, Settle and Hellifield.
It’s approx ½ mile from the station to the museum in Bradford, so we would expect to arrive at the museum at about 11.30. There is a good cafe at the museum for drinks/lunch etc.
By Car: Arrange to meet at the museum at 11.30.
Charlotte Graham is a professional photographer based in the north of England. Her unique combination of technical and creative photographic talent combined with a desire to create the very best image possible from any scenario makes her in demand with both international press and businesses alike. You will see her work published regularly in The Telegraph, The Times and The Observer broadsheets as well as gracing the covers of leading tourism and leisure attractions and entertainment venues.
For more information and to see more of Charlotte's work visit https://www.charlottegraham.photography/
Members talking about projects they have been working on.
Gallery: "Journeys". Colin Jarvis talked to us recently about his journey to an MA in photography. But people undertake all sorts of journeys for all sorts of reasons, from travel to life and much in-between. Show us a picture about one of your journeys.
Tue18Feb202010:30Malham Village Hall
Please note change of date and time.
We have booked Malham Village Hall for this visit, on the basis that if the weather is fine we can use it as a base to get out and take photographs and if not then at least we can be indoors. There are facilities for making hot drinks, so bring sandwiches for lunch, and members can choose to stay on during the afternoon if they wish.
There will be a small charge to cover the cost of hiring the hall.
Amy Bateman is a freelance photographer who lives on a farm in Cumbria and whose life through a lens came after having children. Having giving up her previous career to look after them at home on the farm, the camera went with her capturing their early years. She is now thrilled to be pursuing a career as a photographer, and thoroughly enjoys capturing light, memories and making the important details stand out.
For more information and to see more of her work visit https://amybatemanphotography.com/
Members will show and talk about the photographs they would choose to take to a desert island.
Gallery: "Photojournalism". Your chance to have a go following Charlotte Graham's talk.
Everybody goes to Stainforth Force for the salmon, but it's still there for the rest of the year so we'll give it a go in early spring.
The competition is in two parts, for prints and Digital Projected Images (DPI's). There is no set theme, you may enter any pictures of your choice.
The arrangements are:
1 Member's may enter up to two prints and/or two DPI's.
2 Prints should be mounted in standard mounts (500x400mm or 400x300mm. 20"x16" mounts are acceptable). They must be handed in at the meeting on 16 March. If you are submitting prints you must also upload a jpg copy to the online Gallery in the usual way by 16 March.
3 DPI's must be uploaded to the online Gallery by 16 March.
UPDATE - We will still be running the competition even though meetings have been cancelled. The entries will be judged remotely and results will be publicised subsequently. If you were intending to enter prints please upload the digital versions as previously advised, but there will be no facility to judge the actual prints.
All the fun of the - - - AGM!
Gallery: "Spring is Sprung". A change from the original gallery for this month. All locked down and nowhere to go? Well spring is springing all around us, indoors as well as outdoors, so no excuses.
We are hoping to arrange a Photography Workshop, details will be published as soon as possible.
Mon18May202019:30Townhead Court, Settle
It's almost mid-summer so you might like to take advantage of the evening light to tgake photographs around Settle. Alternatively there will be a "Camera Clinic" for members who might wish to learn more about their cameras.
Gallery: "A Camera Technique". This is all about making a photograph which is out of the ordinary but achieved totally in-camera. So no Photoshop trickery, just camera trickery such as use of long or short shutter speeds, camera movement, or any other creative way of using a camera you can think of.
Tue19May202010:30Parceval Hall, near Appletreewick.
We paid our first visit to Parceval Hall as a Group last autumn, and highly enjoyable it was. Everybody said we should really go there again in the spring for the flowers, so that's exactly what we'll be doing
Open gallery for anything from your activities or thoughts during May.
Mon15Jun202019:15Online - Skype
Given that "Lockdown" is likely to prevent us holding conventional meetings for a few more months, we will be holding our first virtual meeting through the magic of Skype. More details will be forthcoming via the Newsletter, the website and other announcements.
Mon15Jun202019:30Townhead Court, Settle
Elaine Newington-Ward is the member who produces a seemingly endless stream of creative posters advertising our meetings and events, and tonight she will tell us how she does it.
Gallery: "Exhibition Pictures". We may or may not be putting on an exhibition this year, but upload your prospective entries into this gallery so at least we have an online exhibition.
Wed17Jun202014:00Salt Lake Quarry, near Ribblehead.
Salt Lake Quarry is a small quarry situated beside the railway about a mile south of Ribblehead station. Although small it's full of interest, with a wide variety of fauna and flora to capture.
We cannot put on our usual physical exhibition this year, but please upload your prospective images so that we can at least have an online exhibition.
Open gallery for anything from your activities or thoughts during June.
Sun05Jul202010:00Village Hall, Horton in Ribblesdale
This is the day when all the pictures for the annual Exhibition are collected up ready for the "Town Trail". Bring along the pictures you will be entering for the exhibition, either framed or you can frame them on the day.
We live in a wonderful part of the country, so this should be easy! Rumour has it there are also other outdoor places which aren't too bad, so there should be plenty of scope for this one.
Following last month's introduction to photographic panels, this month we will hear how to create one using digital tools.
Thu23Jul202010:30Threshfield Quarry, near Grassington
We've been here before, on a glorious hot sunny day, so how will it be this time? Whatever, it's the kind of place which will be well worth a second visit, whether to explore a corner you missed last time, to try again for a shot you wish you'd taken before, or even just because the light and weather are almost bound to be different. And if you haven't been before then now's your chance.
Open gallery for anything from your activities or thoughts during July.
Indoors could mean at home, or other buildings, or anywhere that's not outdoors.
Galleries: "My Panels" and "The Great Indoors". Indoors could mean at home, or other buildings, or anywhere that's not outdoors.
Meet in Skipton for some photography as the light fades and the lights start coming on.
Open gallery for anything from your activities or thoughts during August.
Gallery: "Outside the Box!". Think outside the box and let's see pictures you wouldn't normally take. Health warning - this will probably mean venturing outside your comfort zone, but it's quite safe!
Tue22Sep202010:30Leighton Moss RSPB reserve, near Carnforth
Always well worth a visit, and we haven't been for a while.
Open gallery for anything from your activities or thoughts during September. Location suggestion: Langcliffe Village.
Annual General Meeting, followed by a discussion of "My Panels" Gallery.
We will review the "My Month - August", "My Month - September" and "Outside of the Box" galleries.
Open gallery for anything from your activities or thoughts during October. Location suggestion: Leeds Liverpool Canal
Elaine Newington-Ward will share with us how she designs and creates the posters that grace our home page every month. We will also review the "Travel" gallery.
Open gallery for anything from your activities or thoughts during November. Location suggestion: Grassington.
PAGB online lecture featuring some images by Irene Froy. We will also review the "My Month - October" and "My Month - November" galleries.
Open gallery for anything from your activities or thoughts during December.