Message from the President
Everybody is well aware that the Coronavirus pandemic means we are now living through some very difficult and unprecedented times. Compared to the health and economic challenges facing most people in their daily lives, our photographic hobby is well down the scale of importance. However for those who are now stuck at home for much longer, it is also important to try and keep active and occupied in order to maintain our well-being.
You will know that in line with Government advice, we have cancelled all Society meetings and workshops for the foreseeable future. We hope to be able to reopen as normal as soon as the situation allows, but this may not be for a while. In the meantime your committee has been thinking how we can maintain your photographic interests during the coming months. One thing we are doing is sending out regular mini-newsletters. These can be viewed in the Members’ Area.
Please keep safe and follow all official advice over the coming months. But also if you have more time on your hands, why don’t you try and finish that photographic project
you have had in your mind for some time.
Bob Breach – President
Annual DPI Competition
We plan to run an on-line version of our annual DPI competition. Try and support this by entering some images by the revised handing in date of 7th April. Remember that you can enter up to four images across any of four categories: Colour, Mono, Scapes, and Portrait. The competition is open to members only.
This image was taken during a Zoom meeting between six members of our committee reviewing a test of running an online competition.