This coming Tuesday our guest speaker is Eddie Mallin (LIPF) from Clondalkin Camera Club. Eddie is a Kildare based photographer who specialises in Black & White Photography and has recently published a book of images of Dublin captured in Black & White.
To see some of Eddies images you can visit his Flickr page
Congratulations to Paddy Sayers who won the “one shot” competition this month and won a voucher for a canvas print from Harvey Normans. Theme for next months competition will be announced shortly.
This coming Tuesday we have Jackie Campbell as our guest speaker. Jackie is a Dublin based freelance award winning photographer. Jackie was awarded her LIPF in 2015 and has won numerous awards both nationally and internationally. If you would like to have a look at some of Jackie’s fantastic work you can visit her website.
Tuesday will also be judging night in the one shot competition. The theme for this month is “Reflection”, Images should be brought to the club on Tuesday night on a USB stick and the winner from the last one shot comp,Eleanor Whelton, will judge Tuesdays competition. Please remember this is a digital image only competition, no prints are acceptable.
This Tuesday is competition judging night. Our guest judge this month is Malcolm McCamley (AIPF) from Greystones Camera Club. Malcolm’s Photographic interests include nature photography and macro photography and Malcolm was awarded his Associateship for a stunning panel of macro work. If you would like to look at some of Malcolm’s images here is a link to his Flickr page.
The following Tuesday 7th of Feb, we will have Jackie Campbell as our guest speaker. We will also have the “one shot” competition. The theme for this month is “Reflection”. Maureen Hastings has secured sponsorship for the one shot from Harvey Normans in Nutgrove and from now until the end of the year the winner of the one shot will win a canvas print from Harvey Normans.
So you all have plenty of time to get snapping and get you entries in on 7th Feb. To enter all you have to do is bring your image along on a pen drive and the images will be judged on the night. This is a digital image competition only so prints should not be submitted.
A big thanks to Maureen for getting the sponsorship for the competition.
This Tuesday we have our first guest speaker of the year Noel Marry. Noel is a member of Mid Louth camera club and has been photographing wildlife since 2007 winning the Best Irish Wildlife Image in 2009. Noel has featured on TV shows like the Late Late and Capital D and has worked on radio shows like Mooney Goes Wild. Not only does Noel take fantastic pictures of wildlife he also shoots some film and worked on an RTE production Secrets of the Shannon which was shown on RTE and American TV station PBS.
Tuesday is also league entry night so be sure to have your images ready. We have a monthly league competition where you can enter 3 images, one colour print, one mono (black & white) image and a digital image (projected). If anyone has any queries regarding the competition feel free to email me.
Finally congratulations to both Kevin Maguire & Des Maguire for their success in the regional rounds of the POTY & NPOTY which took place in Palmerston Camera Club on Saturday. Kevin took a gold medal in the projected theme section and Des took second place in the Mono open section, very well done to both.
This Tuesday we will looking at the set up for studio lights. Due to the interest from club members in the portrait nights we thought it would be a good idea to demonstrate how to set up the studio lights. So some of the more experienced club members who specialise in portraits will show how to go about setting up the lights. There will be no models so we will need a couple of “volunteers” to pose for a few shots. So bring your camera on Tuesday.
The club has a set of studio lights that are available to rent if anyone decides they would like to practice studio shots at home or elsewhere. The cost is €50 (€25 to rent and €25 deposit that will be returned once the lights are returned). For more info ask any of the committee members.
Tuesday will also see the start of the beginners course in Tallaght Library. Eddie Cody will run the course for 5 weeks starting Tuesday. The course is open to club members only and is a great way to learn about photography and improve your shots
The Tallaght Photographic Society International Salon of Photographic Art Exhibition 2017 will open on Tuesday the 10th of January in Tallaght library. The TPS Salon is Ireland’s longest running photography competition of its kind and has been running now for over 25 years. Photographers from around the world enter the salon every year and the standard of the images is truly outstanding.
We will not be meeting in the Maldron hotel on Tuesday but rather we will be attending the opening of the salon exhibition. The exhibition will open at 7pm in the library and will run for a couple of weeks so if you cannot make it on Tuesday you will still be able to view the exhibition for a couple of weeks.
It takes a great deal of work to organise the salon and setup the exhibition so a big thank you to all on the salon committee and volunteers who have put the salon together for 2017.