Many people at the club were interested in how Sharon Powell had taken her frozen flower images for the recent critique evening. Sharon has kindly put together some notes on how to do this, and these are now available on the Help Page of the website, or Click Here
Andrew has recently circulated the programme for the forthcoming season. Thanks again to Nick for all his hard work compiling this in such a short timescale.
All events for the 2020 year have now been added to the Events page of this website, and those events for 2021 will be added in due course if the coronavirus situation doesn’t change significantly.
The Committee has worked hard to produce a schedule of events for the coming season, in these very difficult times, and have decided that the membership cost will remain at £50 for the 2020-21 season. We feel that, given the comprehensive programme, this represents good value for money with each session costing £1.25. Membership fees are now due, and details on how to pay these have been circulated by Andrew. We look forward to welcoming back as many members as possible for what should be an interesting and varied programme of events.
Following John Harvey’s excellent training evenings on processing images in Lightroom Classic, his comprehensive notes on this are now available at the bottom of the Help Page of this website. Notes on processing in Photoshop will follow once that training session on that has been held.
Many thanks to John for his hard work in producing these extremely useful guides.
On Wednesday 25 March 2020, the club held it’s first virtual meeting using Zoom, an online videoconferencing application. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently not holding our normal meetings, so this experiment was a useful one and definitely the way forward to keep club members in contact with one another. Training on how to use this form of communication, and the meeting itself, was organised by the Club Chair, Andrew Hunt, to whom we are very grateful for all of his hard work. On the night, the meeting was very successful, and we hope to arrange further meetings and events in this way for the time being. This will mean that the club can continue to provide the best possible service to members in the current difficult circumstances.
In view of the rapidly developing situation and the need not to put members at any risk, ALL of the remaining events scheduled for the remainder of the club season have been cancelled.
The final pdi competition images already submitted will be judged away from the club, and critiqued feedback and scores will be passed on to the relevant members in the next few days. This will conclude the pdi league for the season.
We would like to encourage members to utilise the EPC members Facebook group and share work – old and new – and seek any help they may require from fellow members.
Please note that tonight’s PDI Competition meeting has been postponed and will be rescheduled shortly
On 22 February 2020 EPC competed in the St Ives Interprint competition, where 29 clubs from within the East Anglian Region (EAF) were participating. This competition is in its 38th year and is the most prestigious competition that our club competes in.
Each club has to enter 8 prints that are carefully scrutinised by the highly experienced Judge during the day and then the critique and scores are fed back in the evening session with the PDI projected on the screen so that the audience knows which print the Judge is referring to.
Results for our annual Ken Hitch Trophy competition held on 15 January 2020 are now available on the Competitions Page of this website or by clicking here, together with a gallery of the images that scored the maximum 20 points. In total, 59 pdi images were judged in the colour and mono sections, with the themes of “Hot” and “Cold” respectively. Congratulations to Kevin Pigney for winning the competition by scoring a remarkable 78 points out of a possible 80, to Ryan Bailey for coming second, and to Shirley Eastwood and Viv Houghton who came joint third.