Please refer to programme booklet and competition rules for further details
Welcome to the start of the new season.
Prospective members can get an idea of what we do at FEPS; existing members can revisit some highlights of last season; and all can meet and greet. Stations around the hall will include some of last season’s winning entries, the Exhibition Slideshow, a Photoshop demonstration, audio visual examples and displays about some of our other evenings.
Competition: Prints No. 1
Our first print competition of the season. Judge to be announced on the evening. Up to 3 entries allowed.
Competition: Projected Open No.1
Our first open digital competition of the Judge will be announced on the evening. Up to 3 entries allowed. See important notes earlier in the booklet for entry size, rules and format.
Speaker: Mike Curry:
From abstract to Landscape and most in between. Mike is a professional photographer with a multiple skill set.
Small Station Workshop with Photoshop
Tonight we will be giving tutorials on Photoshop based on the questionnaires you replied to, a team of our members will look to address these in detail.
Competition: Projected Set Subject No. 1
The first subject is “Patterns”. Judge to be announced on the evening. Up to 3 entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.
Mike and Val Walker Talk.
Wildlife Photography Holidays Pros and Cons. Val and Mike will discuss the various types of wildlife photography holiday with examples from their travels.
Competition: Prints No. 2
The second print competition, Judge to be announced on the evening.
External Competition: North-West Federation Round 1 at Home. Field End PS against Pinner CC and Ealing and Hampshire House P.S
Competition: Projected Open No. 2
The second of our open competitions, judge to be announced on the evening.
Speaker: Viveca Koh:
Viveca Specialises in Fine Art Photography and Digital Image Manipulation/ Photo Illustration.
Competition: Norma Bateman Rosebowl
Projected Set Subject “Illustrate a Well Known Phrase or Saying” is the theme this year.
Speaker: Tom Way:
Wildlife photography to the highest standard is what you will see this evening, produced by a man with total dedication to his work.
6th Q and A and AV Demo
We will have a team of our more experienced members to answer all things photographic and a demonstration how you can make you own AV presentation, please send your questions by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Christmas Social and Photo Quiz
Friends and partners welcome at our popular Christmas social: an exclusive Val Walker Quiz; good company; not to mention the raffle! Held at the Ruislip Conservative club £5 per head at the door.
20th Christmas Holiday – No Meeting
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
New Year Holiday – No Meeting
Speaker: Marilyn Steward:
Pictures in an exhibition, BPEs and FIAPs.
Marilyn will show images that have been successful in British Photographic Exhibitions (BPE) and in Federation International de I’Art Photographique (FIAP) exhibitions along with some that she thought might be successful but weren’t. Marilyn will explain how she got into entering exhibitions and how you can do that too.
Competition: Prints No. 3
The third print competition of the season, judge to be announced on the night. Up to 3 entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.
Tonight we are showing your audio visual presentations
Competition: Projected Set Subject No. 2
The second set subject is “Faces”. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Speaker: Louisa Ann Walsh from Art by Law
Once again Louisa will be showing us her images taken at weddings or in her studio and how she makes the best of them.
External Competition: Rosebowl Round 3 at Home.
Come along to support the Club and see the work from the other societies in this annual competition.
Competition: Prints No. 4
Our fourth and penultimate Print Competition.
Match an Image at Home
We are up against Ealing and Pinner for an evening that should be entertaining and fun for all.
Competition: Projected Open No. 3
The third projected competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Speaker: Paul Mitchel, Photoshop Skills
This evening Paul will demonstrate how he uses Photoshop to enhance his images.
Competition: Prints No. 5
The final Print Competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Members’ Evening: “Match an Image”
Our very own match an Image and time for a bit of fun, we will have 3 teams competing to get the best match
Competition: Projected Set Subject No. 3
The final set subject, “Weather”.
Speaker: Micky Aston:
Micky is a well accomplished photographer with a varied skill set and ability to inform and entertain, she will show us the piers of the UK.
Competition: Projected Open No. 4
The forth projected open competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Competition: Prints of the Year.
Bring along your monochrome prints to compete for the Jewell Cup, and colour prints for the Bison Shield. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Bring along your prints for our group discussions to help you to make better images.
Speaker: Andy Sands on Fungi
Andy is a very talented photographer of our natural world. He will be showing his Fungi images and of course explaining how he takes them.
Tonight we will see the work of two of our members, Dominic Beaven and Karen Peirce showing their images and how they make them.
Members’ Evening: Last of the Sumer Wine 2
Craig, Ray and Andrew have prepared a talk on the best and worst of their images from around the UK, with a lighthearted guide to landscape image capture.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The new committee will be elected and it is your chance to speak about the running of the Society.
Exhibition private viewing.
Come and see the FEPS exhibition at the Cow Byre in Ruislip (behind Ruislip library).
Competition: Projected Image of the Year
The season’s best projected images will be on display as the competition takes place. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Competition: Print Panel
All panels compete for The Edith King Memorial Trophy. A panel should consist of six prints, which are linked by a common theme or consistency of style. Prints should be numbered in the order in which they are to be presented. Each print panel will be judged on: composition, lighting, techniques used, print quality, cohesion and panel presentation. Judge to be announced on the evening.
It’s your chance to have an image in the Field End Calendar and vote for your favourite images.
Social Evening and Presentation of Awards
An enjoyable way to finish our season with a buffet and presentation of all the season’s trophies, Held at the Ruislip Conservative club.
JULY & AUGUST 2018
No official programme but why not link up with fellow photographers from Field End on an informal basis? Head out and about to take photographs or visit some exhibitions for inspiration during the summer months.