Wednesday 20th October – 8:00 -10:00 PM
Kathryn Alkins ARPS– Fine Art Photographer 
Location:  ONLINE
Kathryn has developed a unique creative style which led to her being awarded her ARPS in 2020.  In the first part of the evening, she will share with us how she evolved her successful ARPS panel. For the second part, Kathryn will talk about the work she has developed since, still involving ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) and other creative techniques including an overview of the Photoshop techniques she has used.  Kathryn has a very good eye for matching and blending colours to achieve harmonious pastel shades in her images.
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Hampton Hill PS Members do not have to sign up:  the zoom link will be sent out to All Members on the day of the meeting.

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The zoom link will be sent on the day of the meeting to those who have signed up and paid.
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17 September to 16 October at the Hampton Library, Rosehill, Hampton
Note that this exhibition is being taken down on the afternoon of Monday 18th October – so Monday morning will be your last chance to go and see it!
Wednesday, 15th September 
Eddie Hyde – A comprehensive exploration of the creative use of shutter speed. This was a very enjoyable and informative evening.  Eddie presented a number of his pictures to demonstrate how varying shutter speed can demonstrate motion in different ways.  Fast speeds freeze the image in crisp detail; slower speeds allow motion blur of either the subject or the background.  As well as showing the effects he displayed they shutter speed used for each image and explained the best ways of showing motion for a range of subjects.  A useful and enjoyable learning experience for us all!

Wednesday, 17th November
David Boag – The World of a Wildlife Photographer
David Boag is a wildlife photographer and author/photographer of 18 published books.   Over the years he has taught photography both to photographic degree and wildlife illustration students and he has been requested to teach many courses, he thinks this is because his style is to make everything easy and achievable.  You can find out more about David from his website here:  David Boag (   


Our new ‘Photographer of the Month’ for October/November will be David Wile.  You will be able to see his work and read about his photographic career very shortly on the website here Photographer of the Month – Hampton Hill Photographic Society (, where he will be taking over this spot from Susi. 

Wednesday December 15 at 8.00pm back at the Bell Inn.
The set subject for the competition is: “a colour”.  Chosen by each individual Member, this will be the main or only colour in the photo. Up to three digital images may be entered by each Member and each can be a different colour of their choice. Details of how to submit your entries will be issued in due course, but time to get thinking now!
Our “Autumn Walk” will have been held on Saturday 16th October in Morden Hall Park. The Autumn colours are just emerging, so hopefully we will have captured them!
Generations:  Portraits of Holocaust Survivors at the imperial War Museum.  
“Over 50 contemporary portraits of Holocaust survivors and their families shine a light on the full lives they have lived and our collective responsibility to cherish their stories.  The Exhibition comprises specially commissioned new works by 13 contemporary photographers, all members and Fellows of the RPS, alongside photography by RPS patron, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge”.  
It runs until 9th January. Tickets are free but booking is essential:  for more details and to book, here’s the link:  Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors | Imperial War Museums (

Keep an eye on the Surrey Photographic Association | Facebook pages for information which may be going on in the area, for local club Exhibitions and talks.
We hope to see many of you at our next meeting – spread the word!
David, Chairman