Members Gallery: On The Move

Our December sessions are always slightly different, well it’s the festive season after all and what’s Christmas without plenty of chat over a sandwich and mince pie, as well as the annual quiz of course. Yes, once again the group were really put to the test with their knowledge on photography, with this year’s winners Martin and Linda not quite making it into double figures…it’s never easy! It was all good fun though, and here’s a few for you to have a go at yourself –

What was the name of the lens used on the first Canon camera?
Which camera was used to photograph the sea of tranquility and when was this?
Who said “Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst”?
What is the best camera to use for landscape photography?

On The Move

© Simon Reynolds

© Simon Reynolds

So to this month’s theme On The Move, which sparked off quite a discussion about creating a sense of movement within our images, with ideas brewing for future sessions as well as club activities beyond the village hall. With the 2015 calendar already starting to fill up nicely the New Year promises variety and interest for Ockbrook, why not join us.

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Although we are a non competitive group, at this time every year there is also a small presentation to members who deserve a little recognition for one reason or another, and none more worthy a recipient than Mick Govan who received this year’s group award. Congratulations Mick and thank you for all your hard work and support.

Finally may we take the opportunity of wishing all our followers a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year. See you all in 2015.


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