Summer Programme 2020

Due to the need to cancel the remaining part of the season because of the pandemic , we have arranged some additional speakers and events to take us through to the start of next season. These are free to club members and as you can see below really top quality so we hope you enjoy them. These are zoom events and mainly presentations but we are planning a mixture of further events including competitions.


Steven Le Prevost

is equally respected internationally and has sent me the following The talk is called “A Feeling of Impressionism” and will cover work from 2014 to present day. Still life and pictorial images, with the pictorial images I try to portray atmosphere and emotion into the finished picture. I will show before and after pictures, the methods I use, the pictures that work and those that didn’t work.Questions are welcome. Please find three image examples attached.

Inaki Hernandez-Lasa

Born in Bilbao and living in Ireland since 1990, Iñaki Hernández-Lasa, FRPS – FIPF- AFIAP, specialises in architectural photography and shares with many photographers his absolute passion for the Guggenheim Museum in his native city. His interest in photography started during his school years, when he experimented with different photographic genres and styles through the medium of film and slide. A highly respected speaker and assessor, Iñaki has photographed some of the most renowned buildings in the world. These include the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in L.A., the City of Arts & Sciences in Valencia, Berlin’s Reichstag and the Milwaukee Art Museum to name but a few. As a regular workshop leader he has taken multiple groups of very experienced photographers on international workshops. Currently Iñaki is an assessor for the Royal Photographic Society and sits on the Fine Art panel.


Details to follow.We had a great reaction to Jane’s talk

3RD SEPTEMBER– AN EVENING WITH MARK PAIN– Mark is a multi award winning Sports Photographer.

He will take us through some of his award winning images, sharing some of the stories behind them and the circumstances he sometimes had to overcome to get them.He has twice been named as the Sports Photographer Of The Year and was named as the Olympics Photographer Of The Year for his work at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. He was the Chief Sports Photographer at The Mail In Sunday for over fifteen years and a Nikon Sports Ambassador 2013-15.The talk comprises of two 40/45 minute sections with a break in the middle,. The first section covers day to day sports photography, shooting Premier League and international football, Six Nations Rugby as well as all the other mainstream sports, and the second section is devoted to images from and working at an Olympic Games..