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May's Theme - Motion

Theme Winner

Thunder Coming

by David Kallmeier

Image of the Month Winner


by David Kallmeier

April's Theme - Weather

Over 30 images were submitted by our members for this month's theme of 'Weather'. There was a diverse set of interpretations for the theme, covering many types of weather phenomena: lightning, frost, snow, mist and clouds - a bit like a nightmare weather forecast. Of all the photos shown at the meeting the members' favourite was 'Thunder Coming' by Davaid Kallmeier - a stunning contrast of bright flowers against a glowering sky.

Not surprisingly, as the Image of the Month photos had to be taken since the last meeting, there was a Spring theme to some of them. Lambs, blossom and buds all featured. The photo voted as the Image of the Month was David Kallmeier's 'Wolfhamcote' that captured the essence of a Spring day.

Capturing motion in a still photograph appears to be an oxymoron - motion can show as blurring and many photographers go to great lengths to avoid it. But blurring can be used to artistic effect to portray motion in an image, giving it a feel of dynamism.

For May's meeting our members are faced with the challenge of showing motion in whatever way they wish (but not videos - we're a stills-only club).

Check back after next month's meeting (16th May) to see what moving pictures the members produced.

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6th Annual Photo Show

West Haddon Photo Club's photo show has been a popular annual event in past years and we hope to continue its success this year by exhibiting more photos than ever.

When:  Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th April, between 10am & 5pm

Where: All Saints' Church, West Haddon, NN6 7AP

Admission Free

For more information, including how to submit your photos, both prints and digital files, go to our Photo Show page.

We hope to see you there!

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Closing date for entries 20th April.