Tuesday 14 September 2021.
Tonight our guest speaker was Teddy Sugrue, AIPF, ARPS, EFIAP Silver, from Mallow Camera Club. Teddy is based in Killarney, Co. Kerry.
Teddy showed us a selection of his images form the past 14 or so years from his travels to Iceland, Lofoton Islands, Tuscany, and Moravia in the Czech Republic as well as images for around Kerry and the south west of Ireland.
Teddy's favourite subjects are landscapes and seascapes and he loves to create Mono Conversions using Photo Shop, Camera Raw and Silver Effects Pro.
18 Members joined the Zoom meeting and found it to be a fascinating evening of stunnning images with the stories about capturing the images.
Teddy's work can be seen on the SWPP website – here's the link -https://swpp.co.uk/members/Sugrue5504.htmand the Photographic Society of America on this link -https://psa-photo.org/index.php?ropa-teddy-sugrue-0816#ad-image-0
|07/09/21||Tuesday||Welcome Back, League Results, Discuss plans for this session|
|14/09/21||Tuesday||Hand in for Colour Images Competition next week, and Guest Speaker Teddy Sugrue|
|19/09/21||Sunday||Sunday Morning Outing to Corkagh Park (COVID-19 compliant)|
|21/09/21||Tuesday||Colour Images Competition|
|28/09/21||Tuesday||AGM, Winners Certificates, Medals, Shields - finalise Plans for the season|
Clondalkin Camera Club was formed in 1988 (Millennium Year) when a small group of like-minded people with an interest in photography got together, at the suggestion of Mr. Finbarr Brady, then Principal of St Joseph's Boys School on the Boot Road, Clondalkin. Finbarr's enthusiasm was matched by his actions as he provided us with a meeting place and a room to be set up as a darkroom.
33 years later and the Club has gone from strength to strength and now has around 40 members.
The Club is made up of photographers of all levels of experience from the complete beginner to professional. The Club is also affiliated to The Irish Photographic Federation (IPF), which is the governing body for Camera Clubs and Photographic Societies in the Republic of Ireland.
As we are a smaller Club there is a friendly and welcoming atmosphere where members can meet together (by Zoom at present due to COVID-19 restrictions), to discuss and develop their photography skills.
Our Members will be only too happy to help you by sharing their knowledge and information and answer any questions you may have.
Our Sunday Morning Outings - are normally held on the third Sunday of the month - are a great way to gather information and ask questions “in the field”.
We would love to see you there. Check our Events page for the date of the next Sunday Morning Outing, which are subject to the COVID-19 guidelines in force at the time.
Our Basics of Photography classes normally run over 6 weeks normally starting at the end of September and again at the end of January. These classes are constantly being updated and refined to reflect current developments and members needs. If you're interested in attending please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the beginning of September until the end of May, club meetings are held once a week on a Tuesday evening at 19:30 by Zoom. Check our events page for details.
There are a wide range of activities which takes place during the season. These include workshops, guest speakers, presentations, competitions (at club, Regional, National and International levels). See our Events page for more details.
Wanted - your images for our Members Gallery.
Please submit 15-20 of you best or favourite images for us to upload to our new website. Check our www.clondalkincameraclub.com and go to the Members Galleries tab.
You can send your images to email@example.com and we will do the rest - resize, add a copyright mark etc.
You can contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have a Facebook page which our Members can access.
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