With the summer recess now in full swing, Fiona Wallace is devoting her time to her “summer shorts” – no, not an attempt to rival Jim Stevenson, the undisputed shorts king, but shorter articles for the website only. The first of these looks at possibly the Marmite of photography genres – Portraiture.
With the main meeting season now finished, many members of Kilmaurs Photographic Club have already turned their attention to the schedule for this summer’s Monday evening mini-excursions. Dubbed the Monday Meanders, these are essentially social outings to various locations within a thirty mile radius of Kilmaurs, but with the intention of taking photos along the way. The informality of the event allow people to wander to whatever section of the venue as they want and take photos at leisure. Continue reading “Summer Strolls”→
Entries at Kilmaurs PC were once again well up for the club Annual competition, when a total of 130 high calibre images were presented across the three categories – mono prints, colour prints and digitally projected images. The judge for the event was Colin McLatchie from Eastwood Photographic Society. Continue reading “Hardy Annuals”→
With rapidly falling prices, easy availability and diminishing size putting drones firmly on many Christmas wish-lists, the big question remains: can they be used in photography both safely and without causing harm or annoyance to others? In this two-part article Fiona Wallace takes a look at these gadgets to see what the situation is. Continue reading “Pie in the sky? …….. Part 1”→