Monday, July 7, 2014

Agenda - Club Meeting Tuesday 8th July

The Agenda for the July meeting is as follows;
  • Chairperson's Address;
    • Boyle Arts Festival - Club Annual Photo Exhibition - Submission of images for selection process complete. Late submissions considered (contact committee members). Details HERE. Marion has compiled a rota to supervise the exhibition during the festival, this will be presented during the meeting. Participating members are asked to sit for at least two one-hour periods.
    • August - No Club Meeting.
    • Issues relevant to the AGM in October.
    • AOB
  • Mary Lane and Joe Kennedy will select the 'Photo of the Month' from the BCC Flickr Group Pool.
  • This months 5-minute talk will focus on the IPF Licentiate panel submissions by Matthew and Mick.
  • This month's Motivation theme is 'Man-Made'. Members should note that in addition to the digital submission, there is also a PRINT option this month. As outlined previously, prints should be A4, preferably mounted. Jason Mallard will judge entries. See submissions HERE.
  • Tea/Coffee Break
  • Tony Murphy with give a brief presentation about 'home printing' in the context of this month's Motivation print submission.
  • Group Sessions - if time allows; Opportunity to discuss relevant photography issues for Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced members.
Members should note that the door fee for meetings is €3.

We look forward to seeing you all.
New members always welcome.

Last Sundays Photo Shoot to Sligo

Brian Munnelly reports; "Basically we met at Streedagh, but while the weather was lovely and sunny, the conditions were not great for photography as it was very bright and the sea was very flat. So we decided to head to the Gleniff Horseshoe, where we stopped at the Old Schoolhouse and later at the waterfalls near the old mill site as you enter the horseshoe. On the way back we took a detour to Mullaghmore, where members made their way around the loop around Mullaghmore Head, taking in the village, Classiebawn Castle and anything in between."

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