Welcome to our Photoshoot Page, where you can see what we get up to when we are let loose on the world! We often organise photoshoots & workshops outside of Club hours, both indoors and out. We are occasionally joined by other experienced photographers who offer assistance and advice along the way. For details of our next adventure please see our Events Programme or check out our Blog for news & updates.
Watch out for more Club Photoshoots soon!
Weymouth Low light and Night Shoot
Following our most inspiring talk by Tony Worobiec FRPS we decided that a night out in Weymouth would create the ideal opportunity to practice the skills taught by Tony.
We were very lucky with the weather, providing you had wrapped up well to keep out the freezing temperatures!
Various locations on the seafront and around the old harbour were photographed.
As usual on our shoots there was a lot of jovial banter and sharing of ideas and help.
The general view was that more practice is required to perfect the techniques explained by Tony. However, despite the challenges, some excellent images were produced by all. A return visit sometime in the New Year has been suggested.
On the 23rd January a slide show of all the favourite images from the night will be presented at the club for discussion.
Forde Abbey Photoshoot
This was a great day in a wonderful location. Ample to focus on (haha) and good weather.
Everyone did their own thing, meeting up for two or three coffees during the day.
As always, lots of laughter, but equally lots of serious photography with generous lending of lenses and equipment with hints, advice and critique.
Lytes Cary Photoshoot
On Saturday 29th July there was a camera club photo shoot to Lytes Cary.
Sadly, the weather was dull with intermittent showers making it difficult to take advantage of the beautiful gardens.
However, it did leave time for coffee conversations which proved extremely helpful in terms of discussing different lenses, how to cope with difficult light, the use of filters and overcoming the inclement weather.
Although only a small group took part, there was good social interaction and despite the showers, some worthwhile photography was achieved.