Wednesday March 27th “Emotion and Atmosphere” by Mark Littlejohn at York PS.
On Wednesday 27th March Mark Littlejohn is visiting York Photographic Society to share his amazing images with us. http://marklittlejohnphotography.com
Members of the YPU are invited to attend although as numbers are limited please complete and submit the following form. Once the talk is full access to the form will be withdrawn.
York PS meet at The Poppleton Centre, Main St, Upper Poppleton, York YO26 6JT – 7.30pm
“I do not see landscape photography as a boring, staid, gear minded pursuit – for me it is an adrenaline filled thrill seeking ride through a landscape I love. It is about capturing the emotions we feel when we are in the right place at the right time, it is about not showing everybody, everything all the time. It is about working out what to leave out as well as what to put in. It is about using the heart and the head in unison and processing our images in such a way as to merely enhance what we felt at the time.” Mark Littlejohn
Tuesday April 2nd “Captivating Nature” by Des Ong at Wetherby & District CC.
Captivating Nature lecture on the wildlife of Britain and beyond by Des Ong.
Wetherby meet at St James, Church Rooms, Church Street, Wetherby, LS22 6LP
Tickets/ Pre-book your place by Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
See the attached poster for further details.
Monday April 8th “China and Wild Kew” by Heather Angel organised by Viewfinder PS.
Venue Hayward Theatre, Parkway Cinema, Flemingate, Beverley HU17 0PW at 7.30pm
Tickets from: beverley.parkwaycinemas.co.uk Adults – £10, Students £5
Heather Angel has been at the forefront of wildlife photography for several decades and her images appear in magazines and books all over the world. Her passion for photographing mammals, plants and macro subjects have led to many awards in Britain and overseas.
China has a special fascination for Heather and her frequent visits to the wilder parts of this enigmatic country have resulted in three books on pandas alone. In recent years, she has also invested a lot of time working at Kew Gardens in London, documenting the wildlife for her book and exhibition ‘Wild Kew’