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Meeting, Offsite, 19 March 2019 📷

Practical OFFSITE evening – Night shots, light trails, star bursts and reflections. Weather dependent, location to be advised nearer the time, but likely to be Shoreham town centre.

📷 Don’t forget to bring your camera, also tripod, spare battery, remote shutter release if you have them! 📷

Photo camera

Meeting, Garden Room, 27 May 2014

This is our last full normal meeting, which will be an open forum in order that all members can contribute in a discussion regarding next seasons programme.  We would value your input and ask that you give some thought over the next couple of weeks with a view to the direction of the instruction/ tutorials/ practical issues that we can provide for you.  We need your direct feedback to enable the Committee to formulate a programme for next year that you will find interesting, informative and above all enable you to understand your cameras and to take great images.

This is your opportunity to have your say, we would be grateful if as many members as possible could attend.

It is unlikely that this will take up the whole of the evening, please also bring in your cameras and if time permits we will get amongst you and give some hands on advice on problems that you may be having difficulty with or where something is a total mystery.

21st May 2014 – Lifeboat Experience

Wednesday 21st May 2014 – Come along for full access to the Lifeboat station AND a trip out on the Lifeboat.

Time: Meet at 1700BST for launch at 1800BST.  Please do NOT be late, the launch of the lifeboat will NOT wait for you!
Location: Shoreham Lifeboat Station by the Lighthouse
Equipment: Cameras and weather covers if you have them (it will almost certainly be WET).  A clear plastic bag is an alternative to a weather cover if you don’t have one (and very much preferable to a soggy camera!).  Full wet weather clothing, including boots, will be provided by the Lifeboat station.

Please consider making a charitable donation to the Lifeboat appeal on the night.

Meeting, Garden Room, 22 Apr 2014

We will hold a Question and Answer evening.  Please bring in your cameras and if you have any operational queries we will try to resolve them

Also, time permitting, if you have any processing (e.g. Photoshop) questions then these can also be addressed.

Please note that the next meeting will be held on Tuesday 13th May 2014 (not Tuesday 6th May as would be expected from a fortnightly cycle!).

Meeting, Deall Room, 29 Oct 2013

More in-depth information and instruction regarding the settings of your cameras and the results you get, covering such topics as depth of field, which f-stop to use, shutter speeds, composition, ISO settings, white balance, and anything else we can squeeze in.

Photographic Opportunity – Deer Rut

A visit to Petworth Park to try to photograph the annual deer rut.

Meet in the North Car Park at 08:15am, to take advantage of the rising sun and hopefully some atmospheric mist.  The car park is located about 3/4 mile north of Petworth on the A283.  (Please note that car parking charges apply for non-National Trust members.)

Please bring a packed lunch or other refreshments, since we don’t know how long we will be there; we might even go on somewhere else afterwards.

Please note that this is NOT a formal outing!
Car-sharing is recommended, if you are willing to take passengers, please let one of the committee know at the next official meeting, or email enquiries@adur-ps.org.uk to let us know where you are travelling from, and how many spare seats you have. We would naturally hope that the passengers would contribute towards fuel costs.

You should prepare for the weather and dress in dark/dull (not bright) clothing. Bring the longest lens that you have (as well as shorter lenses, naturally!) and a tripod/monopod if you possess one.

Meeting, Porter Room, 15 Oct 2013

More in-depth information and instruction regarding the settings of your cameras and the results you get, covering such topics as depth of field, which f-stop to use, shutter speeds, composition, ISO settings, white balance, and anything else we can squeeze in.

This week… ISO settings.