Darren Holden is a Manchester based photographer with a passion for derelict buildings, architecture, industry, travel and documentary photography.
A short digital presentation of photos from a recent trip to Cuba, followed by a selection of images showing the starting image and how they were progressed and edited into a competition style image.
This talk is in-person at the Guild.
Tim is currently based in Bulgaria; is a professional photographer and also write columns in Black & White Photography magazine.
This talk is via Zoom.
The Power of Sports and the Poise of Dance. The talk will be in two distinct sections where Steve will talk about the technical aspects of shooting these genres whilst sharing images and some of the ideas that led up to taking them.
His goal is to create pictures that portray mood, atmosphere and emotion, in the genres: still life, nautical and character studies. Steven will show work from three Fellowship panels, the methods he used, his approach to being creative, the pictures that work and those that didn’t work.
This talk is via Zoom.
Dave Wyman is based in Los Angeles and is an accomplished photographer and author of three pictorial guidebooks (“Backroads of Northern California”, “Backroads of Southern California”, and “Yosemite in Photographs”). Dave has been to Yosemite many times and his presentation will show pictures that go beyond the usual view of the National Park.
Brian lives just on the SW side of the Dartmoor National Park. Via his photographs we will travel to some of the remoter areas of the moor, as well as more familiar spots.
Nancy is a full-time Wedding & Portrait Photographer from Lancashire. She makes a living out of being informed, comprehensive, entertaining, and showcasing beautiful & quirky wedding photography; and is a popular speaker at photographic clubs.
The presentation charts his move from News Photographer and Picture Editor with the Manchester Evening News and The Times to noted landscape photographer, how he discovered his real self through photography and the importance of discovering the photographer you are rather than how others perceive you.
In this talk he shares his best plant and fungi images. These include a wide variety of flowers as well as leaves, trees and grass, and plenty of fungi. At the same time as showing a broad range of species, he covers many techniques and styles, explaining different approaches and the importance of several factors in this sort of photography.