Wilbrahams’ Photography Group


Photography Group

Group Leader:
Chris Fell LRPS
07802 775175
01223 882456

Communications by Sue Lambton


March 2019

The Joys of Spring

The last meeting of the Wilbrahams’ Photography group allowed us all to feel full of the joys of Spring whilst viewing a selection of members’ images including sunny Narcissi, graceful catkins, moody mornings and the cutest lambs ever (not that lambs are anything other than cute!). thanks to Martin Gienke and Tony Ryan for the photos displayed on the Home Page of the website

For our next meeting on Tuesday 7th May, we hope to meet earlier, possibly 6/6.30pm in order to go out and about to take photographs. If you have budding younger photographers in your family they are more than welcome to join you. A definite time and venue will be sent out closer to the date but get the 7th in your diary ready
Another date for your diary is 4th June. This meeting will allow time to review any potential images you have for the Produce show and also to try out a number of photography “table top” techniques – more on this to follow.
So, enjoy this lovely Spring weather and remember to carry your camera around with you when you can!

Re the Village Show 2019 Photography Section

PHOTOGRAPHY SECTION – after the very successful trial of electronic submission last year, you will again be able to submit your photos electronically up until midnight on Friday 12th July (the day before the Show) to: chris.fell@me.com so that he can prepare them for the external Judge to view and also to show on the large screen.
Please note – extra awards will be given in the Photography Section for the:
1) Best photo of any of the five subjects (Classes 71 -75) which is recognisably taken in the Wilbrahams or Six Mile Bottom.
2) The best Mobile Phone Photo.


71 On the Farm

72 Past its best

73 Looking down

74 Amateur sport

75 Portrait of a family friend


January and February 2019

The Memorial Hall was booked for Tuesday 19th February (7.30 start) for our first meeting of the year. Chris suggested we might like to experience some “studio photography” so it was a case of cameras at the ready on the evening. Chris  offered to bring along studio lights, backdrops and radio triggers. Harry Oliver and her two children proved to be willing and attractive models.