Thursday 21st April "Life in the Wild" with Tom Mason

We have a lecture this week by Tom Mason who is a professional Wildlife Photographer and Photo journalist.

Tom writes for Wex Photographic, Wild Planet Photo magazine and the RSPB Natures home magazine!

Tom says; Throughout my life I have always been a little different. Growing up, games consoles were never much interest to me and I don’t claim to know a lot about football… Instead, I have a huge passion for exploration, the world and the wild. Capturing photographs and telling stories. I love spending time with nature and am a huge believer in conservation for a sustainable future. I have had the pleasure to work in some awesome locations and with some incredible people. Not a day goes past when I am not thankful for what I do. I have made a shedload of images yet I’m constantly learning new things. Life’s all about the journey, meeting people and sharing what we love. So lets travel, explore or better still…we could always shoot some pictures?



Final Internal competition results!

Congratulations to Neil Schofield, Mark Jones and John Dudman for their excellent winning entries into the final round of out internal league competition.

Please head over to the competition page to see the winning images and all of the other entries.

Interim results for the league can also be found on the competition league table page (Please note, these are yet to be verified)

Many thanks to Dr John Law for his judging on the night,

Photo meet at Stowe Landscape Gardens on Sunday 24th April 1345 for 1400 entry

This is an opportunity to photograph Spring afternoon light at Stowe.

The gardens were designed to provide artistic vistas and compositions and as a result have plenty of good opportunities for Landscape, Architectural, Water, Tree and Floral photography.

There have been several high scoring images in club competitions which were shot at Stowe.

Here is an opportunity for members to have an afternoon out and improve their photographic ideas together.

The event will be hosted by Sue Martin and Stephen Miller.

The event will end by 1800 when the gardens close. Members will need to pay their own entry fees unless they have National trust membership.

To express an interest please register your interest in this event on the club Facebook page

or if you don't use Facebook speak to Sue or Stephen at the club meetings.