An Evening With Fotospeed.
Fotospeed will be at Neath and District Photographic Society on Tuesday 31st May 2016 at 7.30pm. Vince will be talking about the mysteries of getting the perfect print.
The first half of the evening will cover the importance of colour management and things such as paper profiling, monitor calibration and print workflow.
During the second half of the evening, he will show their extensive range of papers and talk about each of their uses. He will explain how each paper can work differently with your images.
There will also be a trade stand display on the night with a 20% discount for all who attend.
To locate our programme at Neath and District Photographic Society. Please select ‘What’s On’ at the top of this page.
We at Neath & District Photographic Society would like to thank all who supported us in this years UK Salon.
All entrants should be receiving a copy of the DVD Catalogue shortly along with any Awards due to them.
We hope to see you all again next year. We will be open for entry on the 1st February 2017. A big thank you goes out to our sponsors Hornbill, without whom we wouldn’t have started the Salon 5 years ago.
Thanks go to Dave Edwards, Linda Cowen, Denice Evans, Gerald Davies and Alan Lewis for helping to organise the event and also to the members of Neath CC who turned up on the weekend of Selection to support the Club.
The results of the Salon can be found by using the following link NPS UK Salon Results
A big thanks also to Steve Bright of BrightImaging.com for hosting the entry portal and providing the software used on the Selection weekend.
NDPS UK Salon
Don’t forget tonight – Tuesday 16th February is our ‘Show & Tell evening. Members are invited to bring in three digital images on a memory stick. Your images can be of anything you like and should be sized to 1400 pixels wide when in landscape mode and 1050 pixels in height for portrait mode images. Don’t be shy! It should be an enjoyable evening.
In our beginners evening on Thursday 18th February – Arfon will demonstrate how to set up a simple home studio. He will show how lighting, using everyday items can be used to good effect. The evening will begin at 7.30pm – don’t forget your camera!