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C&C images of ‘entrances’ available

The gallery of images from the latest Cuppa & Capture on “entrances” has been published – it is available here.

C&C ‘Dogs’ gallery now available

The images submitted for the Cuppa & Capture on 25th July, subject ‘Dogs’ are now online:

Latest C&C photos available

The photographs from the Cuppa & Capture assignment on ‘Bark (of trees not dogs)’  are now available Cuppa & Capture – “Bark”

New version of Nik released

There is good news today of a new release of the Nik Collection software that so many of us use. The bad news is that there is a price: £39.99 (£59 from 1st July 2018). I saw the announcement here ,

Late update: C&C gallery ‘Modernity’

I forgot to announce the publication of the gallery from the C&C meeting on 21st May – the theme was “modernity”. Cuppa & Capture – “Modernity”  

Latest C&C gallery available: ‘Good and gooder’

The photographs from the latest Cuppa & Capture assignment – Good and gooder – are now available. (And before you submit comments about the incorrect grammar in the title, let’s just say Rob has his own particular – peculiar? –

Annual lecture – tickets going fast!

The BCC Annual Lecture with Richard Revels, FRPS, is getting ever closer – it’s on the 15th May. For more details see here. As of today (20th April) tickets are still available but it would be a shame to leave

C&C ‘In Transit’ gallery available

The first tranche of photos for this week’s Cuppa & Capture with the theme “In transit” has been published: available here.

C&C: Take 3 gallery published

Photographs from the most recent Cuppa & Capture – “Take 3” – have been published, see them here.

Portfolio critique: 17th April

Details of the Portfolio critique evening on 17th April are now available – see the event entry

C&C: walls – photos uploaded

The first sets of photographs from the latest Cuppa & Capture – “Walls” – have been uploaded.

Photos from our Studio Night

Michèle has published the photos from the Club’s recent Studio Night, which was enjoyed by all!

Yorkshire Monochrome Group anniversary exhibition

The Yorkshire Monochrome Group 20th Anniversary Exhibition runs from March 13th to April 20th at Wath on Dearne Library. Opening times Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 9am – 5pm ¦ Thu: 9am – 7pm ¦ Sat: 9am – 1pm ¦ Sun:

Stereo photography

We have added a document by Trevor Richardson on stereo photography. This is based on a talk he gave at the club meeting on 20th February 2018 and is an aspect of photography in which he has had a long

New: list of Cuppa & Capture reports

We have added a list of reports & photos from Cuppa & Capture events over the last three and a half years.

Your help requested!

We have received an email from a Masters’ student at Leeds Trinity University looking for members to give her “comments and opinions re the future of professional photography”. The student, Christine Wilson, says: I am currently doing research for my

Photographic software workshops

The Bishopthorpe Camera Club’s very own Roger Walton regularly runs workshops on photographic software. The courses on offer in spring 2017 are: Introduction to Photoshop, Saturday 4th Feb. Lightroom basics, Saturday 25th Feb. Getting great black & white using Silver

Cuppa & Capture – “Connections”

Monday 3rd August, 12.00, Kings Manor Cafe, Theme : ‘Connections’ Human, mechanical and historical are but a few types of ‘connection’ that can be recorded photographically.

Exhibition by club member John Potter

Landscape photographer John Potter’s evocative images of North York Moors capture subtle, transient moments of exquisite light in an exhibition entitled “Purple Heather to Shingle Beach” at the Inspired by Gallery, The Moors National Park Centre, Danby, YO21 2NB. The exhibition will

Report On Cuppa & Capture-Isolation Of Subject By Colour

Another excellent turnout and some interesting interpretations of the subject, only marred somewhat by the weather at the end, will it ever be a sunny day again for us?

Report on Cuppa & Capture – 8th June 2015 – ‘Snickets, Ginnels and Alleys’

Unfortunately the weather wasn’t on our side but there was good turnout and the wet weather enabled some very fine images to be had, well done everyone!!    

Meeting report – 6th January 2015 – Using Lightroom to process monochrome images – Roger Walton

Happy New Year everybody! Our first meeting for 2015 was related to one of our club themes – monochrome photography – in the form of a talk by club member Roger Walton on using Lightroom to process monochrome images. Roger

Meeting report – Tuesday 16th December 2014 – Annual Projected Image Knockout Competition

This was our last meeting before the Christmas break. For deails about our forthcoming meetings, please visit our Programme page.

Next meeting – Tuesday 2nd December 2014 – “Stereo Mike”

We will have two speakers for our next event. Mike Coultas will be talking about wildlife around Bempton and Mike Barnard about “A little of what you fancy”.

Meeting – Tuesday 1st July 2014 – Annual Projected Image Competition

This is our end of season celebration of the best in the club, culminating in the “Best in Show” from the Annual Competitions. Come and see what continues to make Bishopthorpe Camera Club so special.

Meeting – Tuesday 17 June 2014 – Annual Print Competition

This is our standalone print competition, and the penultimate competition of the Club year.

Meeting – Tuesday 10th June 2014 – Members’ Audio Visual (AV) Evening

Hopefully you will have been inspired by the Browns to create your own AV project. After the success of the AV evening last year, Rob Rivron will again lead a similar evening, showing our projects.

Meeting – Tuesday 3rd June 2014 – Members’ Print Exhibition – Dr Jeff Crane – “The Early Development of Landscape Photography”

Dr Jeff Crane will be presenting his latest lecture on “An exploration of the early development of landscape photography and its relationship with painting practice, including impressionism”. Deadline to email/hand in entries for both the Annual Projected Image Competition (up

Meeting – Tuesday 20th May 2014 – Howard Tate – “Personal Prints with a BIG Difference”

Howard Tate will be showing us how to use Lightroom to get pin-sharp prints with many examples of A2 prints and linear panoramas.

Meeting – Tuesday 6th May 2014 – Club Competition (Round 4 – Portfolio Competition)

Our member’s print and projected image portfolios were judged this evening for photographic quality and overall coherence. Many congratulations to Helen for scoring 20 marks out of 20!