FEBRUARY MEETING IN PERSON at the BELL INN
Wednesday February 15th at 8pm
This evening we have Sarah Titcombe presenting on the making of “Frozen Planet 2”. Sarah is Committee Member Charles’s daughter, and she was an Assistant Producer for the production. She will bring behind-the-scenes tales from some of the coldest corners of our planet during this one-hour talk, followed by a short Q&A. Sarah will be presenting to us via Zoom from Bristol.
Members are free; there is no charge for non-members on this occasion, but places are limited to 10 because of the size of the room. Pleased email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
JANUARY MEETING IN PERSON ONLY at the BELL INN
David Smith LRPS CPAGB gave a fascinating presentation “The Great Silk Road Today.” It was a record of his journeys over the main part of the Silk Road between Xian, China to Istanbul Turkey. In addition to showing us interesting places and peoples, he also demonstrated that travel photographs can be well composed.
MARCH MEETING IN PERSON at the BELL INN
Wednesday 22nd March at 8pm
Annual General Meeting followed by Picture Sharing
This is our formal meeting about the organization of the society and its future direction. Picture sharing is an opportunity for Members to show each other some of their recent work – both to impress and inspire!
APRIL MEETING IN PERSON at the BELL INN
Wednesday 19th April at 8pm
“Blowing hot and cold” a talk by Rene de Heer
This is Rene’s latest presentation of nature photography is winter in Scandinavia and Spring and Summer in Spain.
PHOTOWALKS IN BUSHY PARK
We are considering restarting of monthly Saturday afternoon photowalks during Spring and Summer – more details to follow.
ANNUAL EXHIBITION SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2023
Teddington Library September / October
Hampton Library October / November
We are in discussions with Richmond Libraries to confirm dates for our exhibition – more details to follow.
BATTERSEA POWER STATION LIGHT FESTIVAL 2023
Their light festival runs until 5th March – details here
There are eight light installations, but the main attraction is the power station building which, along with other building is great for night photography. And last Friday evening, it was not too crowded!
I look forward to seeing you many of you on Wednesday evening in The Bell. Any questions please contact me.
Best regards, David
Chairman, Hampton Hill Photographic Society