At this week’s meeting, 14 April, we are having a round-table discussion on composition and what makes a good photograph, plus tips and tricks that hopefully we can all share when it comes to putting a picture together and why some ideas work and others don’t!
We shall be bringing along a selection of books showing work by photographers from a previous era — including Robert Doisneau, Willy Ronis and Jane Bown. It might sound boring, but some of this stuff is absolutely fascinating and we hope it will lead to some interesting discussions!
If you have any books or examples you’d like to bring along, please add them to the pile. We haven’t ever held a session like this before and we’re really hoping it will be interesting and useful. And, also, bring along your cameras if you’d like to discuss settings and other bits and pieces — but, perhaps, never had anyone to ask!
We are meeting at our usual time for an 8pm start at Monkland Village Hall and we look forward to seeing everyone on Thursday. New members are welcomed!