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	Bodiam Castle Moat in early morning mist. <em>&copy;JamieGriffiths 2014</em></p>

Bodiam Castle Moat in early morning mist. ©JamieGriffiths 2014

While I was living in the UK in 2015, I was invited to host a new community camera club in the countryside of Sussex, in the village of Ewhurst Green. The information below is from that time, but the links remain useful to anyone wanting to learn the basics of digital photography so I will leave this page public for the time being.  ~Best wishes to the village! Jamie

 

Club Meetings

The first hour offers instruction on a new topic. The second hour is for group review of members photographs and general discussions, or shooting setups.

The club is hosted by professional fine art photographer and visual artist Jamie Griffiths who has over 10 years experience teaching professional photography in Canada, as well as fine art commissions worldwide.

Anyone with an interest in photography is welcome to come along. You don't have to live in Ewhurst Green. All are welcome. The club is intended to support local amateur photographers of any level and any age, wanting to improve their skills and understanding of light, cameras, software and photographic art and share their photography.  Any camera you own is fine... even your phone! 

Periodic photography field trips, trail walks and guest speakers will be offered as the group develops.

Drop in fee £10.

 

LOCATION: The Arthur Herdman Pavilion, Ewhurst Green, East Sussex, (Rother/Robertsbridge District), TN32 5TB

THE HERDMAN ASSOCIATION  (H.A.) WEBSITE:  http://herdmanassociation.weebly.com

MAP: http://herdmanassociation.weebly.com/how-to-find-us.html

Annual membership fee for the Herdman Association £5 (optional). Info on the HA website.

 

DOWNLOADABLE TECHNICAL NOTES

Composition Notes .pdf

Basic Digital Camera Notes .pdf

Basic Digital Exposure Notes .pdf

 

LINKS OF INTEREST

Digital Photography Resource Guide

A list of documentary films about photography

British Journal of Photography

Online Photography Dictionary

BBC Online Photography tutorials

Getting Started Tips

Current Photography Exhibitions UK