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Landscape Photography is Simple
Slawek is a Polish-born photographer based in Brighton, East Sussex, UK, specialising in landscape, architecture and travel photography. He will be showing and talking about a wide range of his images and explaining how he goes about capturing his images.
Wayne is an Engineer, Photographer and technology expert. He will be sharing with us his workflow combining Lightroom and Photoshop.
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This will be Viveca’s third visit to MSCC. She will be sharing the latest developments in her photgraphic journey. Her presentation includes the use of composites, overlays, iphone & analogue style processing.
David’s theme is close-up and macro photography, mainly of flowers and small animals. In his talk he will cover what excites him, the equipment he uses, and a short demonstration of focus-stacking in Photoshop, as well as sharing a variety of his images and tips on how to go about producing them. The talk will also include a contrasting section on a short visit to Chernobyl in 2002.
An Evening with Charlie Waite, Landscape Photographer
Mid Sussex Camera Club is delighted to host an evening with Charlie Waite, one of the world’s preeminent landscape photographers. Charlie Waite will be talking about his work as a leading landscape photographer at the Kings Centre’s main auditorium
Darragh’s work was selected in the top 50 images for the Travel Photographer Asia 2015. He will be sharing his experiences of travel photography, and the stories behind the images as well as helpful technical information, tips & techniques.
“I don’t show pictures and talk about the lovely places I’ve been, but instead explain how I took the picture on show and what elements make it work. My talks are instructional, inspirational and fun”
Creating audio/visual presentations of your favourite images is a great way of sharing your images, and ensuring that they aren’t lost on your hard-drive. Cliff is well known to many within MSCC. He is a keen club photographer and producer of audio visual presentations of his images. Cliff is going to share his workflow with us.
Come and be inspired by Ken’s story of a challenging physical and emotional journey of over 3000km. The presentation features photography from the heart, combining storytelling and audio-visual elements.
Robert Canis is a professional nature photographer living in Kent. A regular contributor to the photographic press he has received numerous awards in such prestigious competitions as Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Bird Photographer of the Year, British Wildlife Photography Awards, Asferico, International Garden Photographer of the Year, International Photography Awards and Environmental Photographer of the Year. Robert is the recipient of the Royal Photographic Society’s Gold Medal and in 2014 was appointed a Nikon ambassador for their Extreme Weather Photography campaign. This is sure to a great evening, full of wonderful images and insight.
One of ‘the best outdoor photographers working in the UK today’, a ‘landscape master’ Outdoor Photography Magazine June 2016
Multi-award winning (Black and White Photographer of the Year 2018, Classic View winner, Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017, Sunday Times Magazine award, Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016) photographer Rachael Talibart will be sharing her insights on fine art coastal photography.
Polina has been winning awards for her stunning images every year since 2010. Polina’s approach to flower photography is somewhat similar to that of a portrait photographer – for every flower and plant that she photographs, she will always try to find its unique look, study its mood and character, and ultimately unlock the hidden beauty of her models.
Polina says of her still-life work “Still life photography is great for a perfectionist – no one fidgets or makes faces, no sudden gust of wind or some other quirk of ever-changing weather can spoil your shot. But, by the same token, you cannot count on something interesting that just happens all of a sudden – it is all up to you; the choices are infinite, and the final result is entirely in your own hands.”
Model, muse, photographer, artist, war correspondent & gourmet chef.
Born: 23 April 1907, Poughkeepsie, New York, USA.
Died: 21 July 1977, Farleys House, Muddles Green, Chiddingly, East Sussex, England.
The life of Lee Miller, told with reference to those with whom she exchanged creative inspiration. A definitive view by her son and biographer, this presentation has been acclaimed for its ability to embrace many different levels of the history of art and photography, social commentary and emotional connection with the subject. It gives an accurate and lasting portrait of a talented and courageous woman who was a free spirit and a trailblazer.
Paul Sanders is passionate about landscape photography. Long exposures are his favourite style. Only using post processing to correct colour balance, exposure and contrast, his images are created in camera. Paul will be exploring ‘A mindful approach to Landscape and Fine Art Photography’ with us. Paul’s work combines long exposure landscape with the workshops he runs for Light & Land. He was formerly the Picture Editor at the Sunday Times.