Hopefully we are seeing the end of the pandemic and will be able to resume face to face meetings soon. Until then we will continue to meet on Zoom, and when normal meetings resume, we will adapt the below schedule with workshops galore.

Count Down To Our Next Meeting

Workshops / Focus Points

Photography Myths Debunked
A discussion on some of the things we hear quite often, why the might be holding you back and why you shouldn't listen to them.
How to Build Stronger Compositions Using Shapes
Composition maybe the harder of the techniques to master, so we will be discussing a concept of shapes and how to see and use them.
Tips for improving your Spring photography
It's nearly that time of year, where you can get out and about, so we will talk about some tips to get some great images with this season.
Tips for Creating Depth and Dimension in Your Images
How to move away from flat images, create some depth and impact using the presentation tips.
5 Photography Ideas for When There’s Nothing Interesting to Shoot
Lost inspiration? Here are 5 ideas to use in your next project, add to your current project list, or just use to get out and shoot.
How to Improve Your Composition by Adding a Focal Point
We have discussed this in part, but we will dive a little deeper and try to improve your your images using a focal point.
Frame within a Frame
Can you? Yes you can... lets look again at using a frame to frame an image.
Tips for better Black and White images
Our good old faithful Black & White. We will look at a few different ideas on how to improve your black and white, and use some shadows to add drama.
Adding Movement to your images.
So how do you add movement to a still image? You can, and we will discuss how to do this with a few different techniques.
Utilising Symmetry/Negative Space
Composition techniques using symmetry, but also lets try some negative space, something that you can use over the Christmas break and in the home to keep you busy.


Quarterly Competition.

(Crop to be no larger than A4)

  • January - Smoke
  • April - Transportation
  • July - The Urban Experience (Life and/or Environment)
  • October - Mightier than the Sword (define that as you will)

Monthly Competitions.

(Crop to be no larger than 7x5)

  • January - Still Life
  • February - Into the Light
  • March - Shapes
  • April - A Walk in the Woods Including Footpaths and Bridleways
  • May - Spring
  • June - Footwear
  • July - Historical Sites (e.g. Heritage/Trust)
  • September - Wildlife
  • October - Black and White
  • November - Movement (Or Implied)

Lancaster Memorial.

(Crop to be no larger than A4)

  • November - All things Watery.

Any questions on anything regarding this year’s programme, please click either of the following…

Graham Welsby - Chairman
John Horton - Club Secretary