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Broadland Digital Imaging Club

PUBLISHED: 10:59 16 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:42 06 July 2010

At the meeting on September 29 members were entertained by Maureen, Paul and Adam Burwood, Paul Farrow and Pat Kasprzok. Adam Burwood showed a selection of excellent prints of exotic animals, aeroplanes and vintage agricultural vehicles; Paul Burwood took members back in time with black and white photos of the Boys Brigade and even earlier photos of the Lifeboys of which he was a member.

At the meeting on September 29 members were entertained by Maureen, Paul and Adam Burwood, Paul Farrow and Pat Kasprzok. Adam Burwood showed a selection of excellent prints of exotic animals, aeroplanes and vintage agricultural vehicles; Paul Burwood took members back in time with black and white photos of the Boys Brigade and even earlier photos of the Lifeboys of which he was a member. Maureen Burwood's showed an AV of a holiday in Switzerland, Pensthorpe and steam of yesteryear, followed by Pat Kasprzok with her AV's of Prague and Derbyshire High Park. After the break members had a tutorial from Paul Farrow on picture exposure, histograms, cropping, brightening and darkening images. Maureen Burwood is ordering tickets for the EAF Prints for All event at the Uplands Community Centre on November 8, cost £10 per ticket. Anyone who would like to enter their pictures for the Cambridge Competition could they let Tony Foulger have their images on a pen drive or cd, categories are landscape, portrait, natural history, general. The group meets on the second Friday and the last Tuesday of the month at Manor Court, Gun Lane, Lowestoft at 7.30pm. For further information contact Paul on 01502 587876 or visit the website at www.bdig.co.uk.


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