Our Programme

SEPTEMBER 2022
7 FEPS Freshers
Welcome to the start of the new season.
Prospective members can get an idea of what we do at Field End; existing members can revisit some highlights of last season; and all can meet and greet. Some of
our organisers will introduce themselves and give an idea of how the club works and share some of the highlights for the coming season.

14 Speaker: Matthew Cattell
Matthew will be showing a range of his work including woodland, seascape, wildlife and landscape.
Hand in entries for Projected Open No. 1.

21 Competition: Projected Open No. 1
Our first digital projected competition of the season. Judge to be announced on the evening. Up to 3 entries allowed. See important notes earlier in the booklet for entry
size, rules and format.
Hand in titles for Print Open No. 1.

28 Competition: Print Open No. 1
The first print competition of the season. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 2 entries allowed Maximum mount size 40 x 50 cm. Please take note of rules.



OCTOBER
5 Speaker or Workshop: To Be Announced
The speaker or workshop for this evening will be announced closer to the date.
Hand in entries for Projected Set Subject No. 1.

12 Competition: Projected Set Subject No. 1
Our first set subject competition is “Transport”.
Judge will be announced on the night.

19 Speaker: Antonio Zazueta Olmos
Antonio is a photo journalist and editorial portrait photographer, his images are about life in our communities, poignant and storytelling.
Hand in titles for Print Open Competition 2.

26 Competition: Print Open No. 2
The second print competition, Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 2 entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.



NOVEMBER
2 External Competition: NW Fed at Home
Field End PS against Stoke Poges and Croxley
Judge to be announced on the evening.
Hand in entries for Projected Open 2

9 Competition: Projected Open No. 2
The second digital projected competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 3 entries allowed. See important notes earlier in the booklet for entry size, rules and format

16 Speaker: Sophie Carr
Sophie is a photographer who is in love with her craft, this will be apparent when you see the images she makes of Iceland.
Hand in entries for The Norma Bateman Rosebowl competition.

23 Competition: Norma Bateman Rose Bowl
Projected digital competition. Subject this year is “Book or Song titles”.
Judge to be announced on the evening. Up to 4 entries allowed. See important notes earlier
in the booklet for entry size, rules and format.

30 Workshop: Complementary Colours
To tie in with our Set Subject competition FEPS member Catherine Allen will give a short talk on complementary colours, after which club members will get a chance to
try out what they have learnt in our colourful still life workshop.
Remember to bring your cameras and tripods!


DECEMBER
7 Speaker: Jet Black Squares Phone Photography
Jet Black Squares will present a masterclass designed to give you the skills to better utilise your smartphone camera and how to release its full, photographic potential.
the skills to utilise your smartphone camera better, and show you

14 FEPS Christmas Social
Please join us at The Woodman Pub, Pinner for our Christmas social featuring food, quiz, raffle and booze!

21 Christmas Holiday – No Meeting

28 Christmas Holiday – No Meeting


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year


JANUARY 2023
4 Speaker: Paul Sanders
Paul is a landscape photographer, he will talk about how he includes mindfulness in his photography
Hand in titles for print comp 3.

11 Competition: Print Open No. 3
Our third Print Competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to two entries allowed. Please take note of the rules

18 Speaker: Andy Skillen
Andy will show us some amazing images of natural history from all over the world.
Hand in entries for Projected Set Subject No. 2

19 Thursday, Semi Final of N W Fed hosted by FEPS.

25 Competition: Projected Set Subject No. 2
The second set subject is “3 or tri”. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 3 entries allowed. See important notes earlier in the booklet for entry size, rules and format
Hand in titles for Print Comp. 4


FEBRUARY
1 Competition: Print Open No. 4
The fourth print competition of the season.
Up to 2 entries allowed. Please make note of rules.

8 Speaker: Mark Seymour
Mark will be talking to us about his street photography.

15 Studio Evening: Brian Worley
Portraiture Photography with models
Brian impressed us last year when he showed how to take studio images, we are having the same again so bring your cameras.
Hand in entries for Projected Open No. 3

22 Competition: Projected Open No. 3
The third open digital competition of the season. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 3 entries allowed. See important notes earlier in the booklet for entry size, rules and format


MARCH
1 Speaker: Pauline Fowler
Pauline will be talking to us about her years of exploring wildlife photography.
Hand in titles for Print Competition No.5

8 Competition: Print Open No. 5
The fifth Print Competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 2 entries allowed. Please take note of the rules.

15 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 Set Subject 3.

22 Competition: Projected Set Subject No. 3
The final set subject competition of the season. The subject is “Complementary Colours”.
Hand in your entries for AV Evening

29 AV Evening
Tonight, we are showing your audio-visual presentations.



APRIL
5 Speaker: Kate Pesket – Wildlife
Kate has an amazing ability to capture wildlife in fine detail, and beautiful light. She will show her favourite images and give an insight to how they are made.
Hand in entries for Projected Open Comp No. 4

12 Competition: Projected Open No. 4
The final Projected Open Competition. Judge to be announced on the evening.
Up to 3 entries allowed. See important notes earlier in the booklet for entry size, rules and format.

19 Competition: Print 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.

26 Members’ Evening:
One of our greatest assets is our membership, Belinda Ewart and Justin Grant will be inspiring you with their images and creativity.


MAY
3 Speaker: Harry Behind the Lens – The Three Coasts
At the age of 20 Harry has shown a talent capturing amazing coastal landscapes, his talk will inspire you to take your own.

10 Club Outing
After the success of last year, we intend to repeat this fun and social event. Details will be announced nearer the time.

17 Speaker: Dominic Beaven:
A highly creative and able photographer, his images show style and emotion and an attention to detail that few will match.

24 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 and
ideas about the running of the Society.
Hand in entries for Print Panel.

Please hand in your trophies ready for next year’s winners.


31 Members Evening – Short Talks
Three of our members will be showing some of their work and give an insight to what inspires them to take pictures.


JUNE
7 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 oversubscribed the number of entries per member may be reduced from the maximum of three.


14 Competition: Three Print Panel
Each panel competes for The Edith King Memorial Trophy. A panel should consist of three 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.


21 Speaker: Harry Staff and Sarah Smiler
Night sky photography is their passion while wedding photography pays the bills! Images from various mountain tops and travels through the UK, France, Spain and
Morocco will be on display with a commentary on the joys and the pitfalls of three months in a van.


28 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 Woodman Pub, Joel Street, HA5 2PR.