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NOVEMBER

5 External Competition: North-West Federation Round 2 at Amersham vs Watford CC and Field End

7 External Competition: CACC Rosebowl
At home ntries for Projected Open No. 2.


14 Competition: Projected Open No. 2
The second of our open competitions, judge to be announced on the evening. Up to 3 entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.

21 Speaker: Damien Demolder:
Damen is a Photographer, journalist and photographic equipment expert, speaker, judge and educator. He has worked in the photographic publishing
industry for many years. Tonight he will be showing us his images on street photography and explain how we can do the same.
Hand in entries for The Norma Bateman Rosebowl.


28 Competition: Norma Bateman Rosebowl
Projected Set Subject: Abstract
Up to four entries in monochrome or colour and not previously entered in any FEPS competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Note: Entries must be numbered in order of preference. If the competition is oversubscribed the number of entries per member may be reduced from the
maximum of four.

DECEMBER


5 Monochrome Talk Paul Mitchell
Paul will be adding his knowledge to this seasons specialist subject of monochrome and will explain how he produces some very fine examples of i

12 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.
Hand in titles for Print Competition No. 3.

13 External Competition: North-West Federation Round 3 at Watford vs Amersham and Watford

15 External Competition: Rosebowl Round 2 at Witney CC vs Witney, Maidenhead CC and Abingdon CC

19 Christmas Holiday – No Meeting

26 Christmas Holiday – No Meeting



Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year



JANUARY 2019

2 New Year Holiday – No Meeting

9 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.

12 Monochrome Project – Outing
Now it’s your turn to have a go and join Field End`s day out to London`s Southbank as part of our monochrome project. Information will be available nearer
the time.
Hand in your AV presentations.

16 AV Evening:
This evening we are showing your audio visual presentations.
Hand in entries for Projected Set Subject No. 2.

22 External Competition: North-West Federation Semi Final at Harrow CC

23 Competition: Projected Set Subject No. 2
The second set subject is “Coast”. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 3 entries allowed. Please take note of new rules.

30 Speaker: Chris Shepherd – Looking Local
As photographers we often suffer from “Locational Myopia”, constantly wishing we were in some exotic location with the best possible equipment. In this talk
he details his fight with locational Myopia and ways to overcome it as well as his personal journey to become a landscape photographer.
Hand in titles for Print Competition No.4


FEBRUARY

6 Competition: Prints No. 4
Our fourth and penultimate Print Competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to three entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.


13 Speaker: Daniel Bridge – Photographing Woodland
Daniel is passionate about woodland and photographing it. As many of us share the love of trees seems only right that we should ask him to share his
images and knowledge.
20 External Competition: Rosebowl Round 2 at Buckingham CC v Buckingham CC and Imagez.


20 Studio Evening
Hand in entries for Projected Open Competition No. 3.


21 Match an Image at Ealing
We are up against Ealing and Pinner for an evening that should be entertaining and fun for all.

23 External Competition: North-West Federation Final at Amersham PS


27 Competition: Projected Open No. 3
The third projected competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 3 entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.


MARCH

6 Speaker: Colin Harrison
Colin is a very experienced photographer with more letters after his name than you can throw a stick at. A vibrant imagination coupled with technical ability
means this evening will be an inspirational journey.
Hand in titles for Print Competition No. 5.



13 Competition: Prints No. 5
The final Print Competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 3 entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.




20 Members’ Evening: “Match a Digital”
Our very own match a digital and time for a bit of fun, we will have 3 teams competing to get the best match.
Hand in entries for projected Set Subject No. 3


27 Competition: Projected Set Subject No. 3
The final set subject, “Monochrome”. As part of our special subject, you can show us the results of your efforts to get the
Up to 3 entries allowed.



APRIL

3 Speaker: Adrian and Vanessa Herring:
A former member of Field end and his leaving for a sunnier climate gave other members the ability to win competitions. Adrian and his wife Vanessa will be
showing a selection of their images and sharing their knowledge.
Hand in entries for Projected Open Competition No. 4.

10 Competition: Projected Open No. 4
The fourth projected open competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 3 entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.


17 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.
Up to two entries allowed for each trophy.


24 Members Talk: Trevor Hyde and Tom Barclay
Tom and Trevor will each be showing their images and explaining how they create them.



MAY

1 Members Talk: Karen Peirce
Karen will be showing their images and explaining how she goes about making them.

8 Speaker: Brian Worley
Brian is a people person and shoots mainly studio photography. Tonight, he will demonstrate how
to light a subject and get the shot.

Please sign up for stewarding at our exhibition

15 Exhibition private viewing.
(12 – 25 May) Come and see the FEPS exhibition at the Cow Byre in Ruislip (behind Ruislip library).


22 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Please show that you care about Field End PS by attending this important evening. The new committee will be elected and it is your chance to share your
views on how we run Field End PS.
Please hand in your trophies ready for next year’s winners.


29 Speaker: Chris Baker:
If you like the night sky then don’t miss this talk. Chris takes amazing images of the stars and will show us how it’s done.

Last chance to hand in print panel entries, (Two weeks ahead of the competition). Hand in your entries for projected image of the year.



JUNE

5 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. Note: Entries must be
numbered in order of preference. If the competition is over subscribed the number of entries per member may be reduced from the maximum of three.


12 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.


19 Members’ Evening
It’s your chance to have an image in the Field End Calendar and vote for your favourite images. Bring along up to four prints of a landscape theme and in
landscape format. Calendar images will be cropped to 18.5 x 30 cm.

26 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 2019
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.



SEPTEMBER 2019
Start of new season