Start of the 2015/2016 Season

New City's first club meeting will occur on Thursday 4th Sept and will be a welcome back and a review of the year. We will be looking back at the images produced by members during the summer programme and otherwise during the break. Please bring along a sensible number of images to display and be prepared to give a quick overview of each!

See you all then

This coming Thursday (30th July)

This week is the last week of our summer programme for the 2014/2015 season until September when we resume our normal schedule.

We are meeting at 19:00 at the Tree Cathedral at Newlands (near Willen) for a portrait evening.

I've been told (I've not had a chance to recce) that the car park may be closed from 18:00 - so I suggest if you can't park there, to park at Willen Lake and make the short walk over. 

We have model Nix (Purpleport profile: http://purpleport.com/portfolio/nixbrown/) and her partner joining us. Outfits will be "fashion and bohemian" in nature. 

All are welcome to attend, members and non members alike! Come along and meet us if you're interested in photography!

Looking forward to seeing you. 

This Thursday coming (16th July)

Colin will be hosting and we'll be looking at Cityscapes & Parkland Landscapes

Where: 
Car park between Marlborough Gate & North Fourteenth Street.

What: 

  • Cityscape - the buildings around John Ormond House & John Lewis
  • Landscape - Campbell Park, start & finish at the Beacon.

Cityscapes - there are numerous opportunities to take both wide shots and close ups of the architecture around that part of CMK, and if the light is kind to us we'll hopefully have buildings bathed in golden light.

Landscapes - from the elevated views from the beacon through to the flat of the cricket pitch there's plenty to photograph around Campbell Park. A supplementary visit prior to the evening is advisable if you want to work out where the best view for sunset might be.

Meet at 7 for a briefing, sunset is around 21:20 and if the weather is good we could be shooting well past 10pm.

Remember, our summer programme is FREE! and open to all! If you're new to photography, or have been practicing if for years, you're most welcome to join us