If you have not already done so, please go to the Northern Photographic Society (NPF) website and enter your EDI and Print images for the 2018 NPF competition.
The agenda for the weekend is on now on the site. You can can also pay for your entry on the site. The one $25 fee covers entry to the weekend and to the competition.
After you enter your prints, please click on the button to print your labels, attach the labels to your prints. Ensure you have the correct front numbered label attached.
BRING YOUR PRINTS TO THE CLUB PRESENTATION THIS WEDNESDAY NIGHT. This is the last chance to submit prints for the competition.
If you have any questions about the NPF please email Roy Killen.
Over the past couple of years our club has been very fortunate in having Colin Woods develop and maintain our club website. We now need two club members to volunteer to take on some of the routine tasks associated with keeping the website up to date and providing help to any members who have a problem. Colin will continue to provide the structural support for the site and deal with any major issues. Colin will also be available to support the two volunteers who take on the new roles.
If you would like further information about what is involved in this task please contact Colin at email@example.com
The April Newsletter is available and can be downloaded from here.
In response to member requests, in the training night next Wednesday, 28th March, Roy Killen will explain how to get the best results from your camera (whatever it is). In particular, he will explain how to get good exposure, perfect focus and appropriate depth of field in your images.
This session will be particularly useful for new members of the club – but even old dogs might learn some new tricks! It will be useful to bring your camera and manual.