A relatively new member of the Society, Ian is a keen railway enthusiast
I achieved my LRPS in 2012 and run photography workshops through my company f22images.
Whilst I’d describe myself as a generalist, my favourite subjects are urban night shots and have a personal interest in historic aircraft.
I’m also a balloon pilot and take aerial shots when the opportunity occurs.
A relatively new member of the Society
One of our long serving members, Ken runs our Film Group.
Although well versed in digital photography he still enjoys using film in his vast array of film cameras.
Ken is an avid poster on Flickr and enjoys documenting the changing face of the world around him.
Brian is a longstanding member and has been President several times.
He has had many successes in regional, national and international exhibitions and competitions and has recently been awarded his CPAGB
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Gary has developed a strong interest in traditional B&W film photography and has produced some excellent social documentary work.
Peter enjoys travelling now that he is retired and likes to record his travels.
My photographs generally come out of my hiking activities and are mostly landscape.
I have for some time dabbled in producing videos. Mostly these are a record of my hikes and include a mixture of stills and motion pictures and are shared on youtube. Photoart is a media that I occasionally dip into. I have one DSLR but generally for convenience use a bridge or compact camera.
Landscapes, cars and cats feature quite heavily in Martin's photography.
The sort of photography I like is outdoors in the countryside.
My images use minor parts of the landscape rather than traditional views, the pictures are more personal than a record of a location.
Amongst the cultural baggage I bring to the act of making pictures are an interest in Romanticism, Op Art and the history of photography.
Chris is a keen traveller and likes to document the people as well as the places when he is travelling.
Shirley was a photographic widow for many years (married to Brian one of our longstanding members) until she decided if you can't beat them, then join them.
She and Brian travel a lot and she gets many of her best images on these travels. She has recently been awarded her CPAGB.
Stephen says the following about his photography:
"I got interested in photography three years ago . It is a slow process but my photographs are steadily improving. My Flickr. page shows my progression."
Many of our members post their images to the Fickr website (a sort of Facebook for enthusiast photographers). Some have their own websites.
Some have photography related blogs.
The list below provides easy links into these various showcases of our members' photography.
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Howard has been a memberof the Society since 2011 and has a great interest in outdoor photography, especially landscapes
New to the club and photography, Glenn finds his inspiration from walks he does on his day off during the week covering the length and breadth of the country.
What started as a photo journal soon developed into a passion to capture great and differing images.
Our current President and a photographer with a wide range on interests, particularly architecture and landscapes
Another relatively new member to the Society, Mia is a graduate from Leeds Arts University with a 2:1 in Photography.
As part of her course, she specialised in landscape photography, with a specific interest in the relationship between manmade structures and the land.
Now retired and able to rekindle his interest in photography from earlier days - Tim's interests are predominately scapes and architecture, which he pursues through travel.
Roger is our longest serving member and has a lifetime of experience photographing nature in general and butterflies in particular.