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Brian Clark Speaker Wed 14th Feb

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When a speaker tells his audience he only produces 12 good images a year, you instinctively know, to do so, needs a hundred other good ones, and your going to be in for a visual treat. So, began a presentation, which Brian received not one but seven rounds of applause from an enthralled gathering. Brian […]

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Results: 3rd Internal Competition

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Congratulations to the winners of our 3rd internal competition for 2017–18. Here are the results: Projected: 1st The Name Of The Rose: Stan Farrow 2nd Water Drops: Ian Nelson 3rd wild horses: Chris Reekie Colour prints: 1st Oganza: John McNairn Joint 1st You Shall Have A Fishy: Stan Farrow 2nd Stag In Snow: Nicola Shepherd […]

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Guest Speaker Wed 10th Jan 2018 – David Sadler

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‘Now for something completely different’ Having watched Monty Python over the holidays, the topic for this talk conjured up, exploding photographs as tactical weapons, and nudge, nudge, wink, wink, fine art images..know what I mean!! Would it deliver on the comedy front? David is a Forensic Pathologist and is currently President of Dundee Photographic Society. […]

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Winners: 2nd Internal Competition

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Congratulation to the winners of the 2nd internal competition: PDIs 1st – ‘Letter from Yakima’ by Stan Farrow 2nd – ‘Damson Dragonfly’ by Chris Reekie 3rd – ‘Time Passes’ by Stan Farrow Mono 1st – ‘Vintage Wine’ by David Wallace 2nd – ‘The Breakwater’ by John Drummond 3rd – ‘Cup and Jug’ by Stan Farrow Colour 1st – ‘Dark Angel’ […]

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Wednesday 29th November – Speaker Julie Close – Fact, Fiction, Fantasy

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Julie Close became interested in photography in her home town of Doncaster during the 1970s. She especially enjoyed the technical process of the dark room and developing her own photographs. Having to find employment she moved to Bridge of Earn hospital, where she was involved in all aspects of medical photography, principally, ophthalmic, dermatology, and […]

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Speaker 15th November Antonia Laurence-Allen

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Exploring The Photographic Collection of the NTS Antonia as Curator for Edinburgh and the East of Scotland covers 17 properties. Some with have a history of photographic images. Antonia has been funded by the Morton Family Trust to archive, digitalise and document these collections. Her talk gave an introspective look at a world gone by […]

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Speaker 8th November Ken Kennedy, ‘Astro Photography’

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Ken Kennedy as a young man was smitten by the night sky. His first attempts at capturing an image of this beautiful manifestation above us was not very successful, not surprising, everyone has to start somewhere. Ken purchased a bellows f8.8 camera, it was primitive, and film was restricted. With a camera propped up and […]

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Results: First Internal Competition for 2017–2018 Season

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Congratulations to the winners of our 1st internal competition this year: PDIs 1st: ‘A Shaft of Sunlight’, Dave Vallis, 2nd: ‘Gemmas Robe’, John McNairn 3rd: ‘Crail Harbour Reflections’ Keith Proven Mono 1st: ‘Attic Light’, John McNairn 2nd: ‘Manhattan Bridge’ Alison Donald Joint 3rd: ‘Natures Flashgun’, Billy Donald Joint 3rd: ‘In Memorium’, Stan Farrow Colour 1st: […]

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Alan Morrison, Speaker Wed 18th Oct ‘F8 and Be There’

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The quote “F8 and be there” is attributed to Weegee (Arthur Fellig) who was a famous street photographer during the 1930’s, 40’s and beyond. In the late 1970s Alan was bitten by the by the journalistic bug on coming across a copy Photojournalism: Life Library of Photography. Alan was set on a career in the […]

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