Fiona Wallace tells us how the Kilmaurs Club has coped with a year of restrictions
Like many clubs and societies, Kilmaurs Photographic Club has been hit fairly hard by the various restrictions over the past year. With the first lockdown bringing an abrupt halt to the 2020 season, members found themselves not just unable to get to meetings but so many of their regular photo haunts were now out of bounds. Taking new images almost overnight became a considerable challenge. Those lucky enough to have beauty spots on their doorsteps within the travel restrictions fared slightly better, but all in all, the situation has meant that the majority of members were left clicking their heels rather than their shutters, certainly as far as outdoor photography was concerned.
Undaunted, some members ventured into new indoor projects such as product photography, while others found a new interest in still life and tabletop photography. For others, it was rediscovering the beauty in the flowers and wildlife in their own garden. Continue reading “Locked down but not out”