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Time to Stand and Stare: Continuing My Journey
Vanda Ralevska is a landscape and seascape photographer, based in London. Her work captures the atmosphere and feeling of the world around her. The images Vanda creates are powerful and ethereal.
Adventure on your doorstep
Giles is a commercial & editorial photographer and writer, with a passion for the great outdoors.
A Japanese Journey
Ann Healey is an multi-award-winning professional photographer Fine Art photographer. From garden nature to far-off destinations and from landscapes to cityscapes, Ann’s photographs reflect her interest in shapes, colours, textures and vibrancy.
Taken as Red – Infrared Photography
Mike is an ‘hobbyist photographer’ whose interests range from flowers to landscape, from people to places. This talk is an overview of infrared photography, the equipment required, and post processing as well a demonstration using Lightroom and Photoshop to show the processing of infrared images.
Impressionistic Photography – Creating Beyond Imagination
Valda is a leading exponent of impressionist landscape photography. Her images are in many collections around the world. Valda has also published three books of her iconic work.
A Journey around Spitzbergen
John Nathan is well known on the camera club circuit both as a speaker and judge. An evening of Polar Bears, icebergs, and fjords.
A Journey with my Trip
Monica is a member of Bookham Camera Club and is a Freelance writer, photographer, and public speaker. Besides being a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society (FRPS) she is a photographic judge, a member of the RPS Licentiateship Panel and has exhibited her photographs widely.
Heather has been at the forefront of wildlife photography in Britain for several decades, with her images appearing in magazines and books all over the world. Her work has been recognised by many awards in Britain and overseas. She was President of the Royal Photographic Society from 1984-86.