SRGB GROUP CRITIQUE
The SRGB Group are keeping in touch through our webpage and posting on Our Members Critique Group. We Take it n turns to choose image of the lunch and two runners up The Critique is anon subjected in November we added a theme.
I’m pleased to say that Fae Chilling was chosen as Novembers Winner. It’s always very special when a team member picks and award in the group.The Theme Award and Runners up are on our Facebook Page.
The original is taken with my iPhone. She usually ends up sat with me or near me. Fae was actually having a wash, I called her name and took four shots. this was the best of the set. I like the way her tail flips up to take you back to her face and the eye contact.
Processed in Photoshop, I added a couple of textures to cover up the blanket and the chair and a little dodging & burning to highlight areas and her eyes are slightly saturated. It has 32 layers in 5 groups.
I’ve printed it on Hahnemühle Hemp, part of the Eco Friendly Naturals Range to add the final magic.
Hosted by Hahnemühle UK
A great event featuring lots of hints and tips about the Photography World.
Who is Going to Be There?
In short, sharing their wisdom, expertise and nuggets of inspiration are:
Gillian Devine, Andrew McCarthy, Chris Chambers, Michelle Szpak, Claire Elliott,Jayne Bond, Natasha Ince, Gary Hill, Emma Finch and Panikos Hajistilly!
Jayne Bond Photography Natasha M Photography @artoftheportrait, @emmafinchphotography, @panikosphoto, @photography_by_claire, @ szpakbiker, @chrischambersphoto, @andrewmccarthyphoto, @gilliandevinementor
The SRGB Group are keeping in touch by running an online critique page. The image is posted and the members can comment. We take it in turns to choose our top three and from that a winner each month, as we would in the meetings.
Its’ Open Section but we’ve added an additional Theme to this months Critique to give us another dimension to the critique. The theme is Rocks & Water.
My print talks are on hold due to the the lockdown and government guidelines.
The talks are print based and interactive, so it’s difficult to do this digitally. The images are created to print and be seen as prints. Therefore I’d have to photograph my prints. I do not allow my prints to be projected in any way as the quality and feel go the prints can’t be see. . I’ve found that talks done through Zoom are recored and used within clubs or posted on You Tube often without permission.
I’ll update this as things change.
Unfortunately, this talk is cancelled due to the Guidelines.
Happy to rebook when we can safely.
My next print talk is at Warrington & District Camera Club on Monday 23 March 20 19:45 to 21:30
Hidden Images is a creative print talk cover many subjects printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art papers.