Images were posted from our club evening playing around with polarised light, an evening with the Travelling Cooper, an evening visit to Old Aberdeen and a few members ventured out on clear Saturday nights to take images of the Milky Way. And then of course landscape and wildlife photos, some from the other side of the Atlantic.
A unusual amount of images were posted this month, quite a few excellent street photos from London by Graeme Youngson, of which I’ve chosen just a few. We had trips out to Huntly for raptor photography, an evening architecture shoot at RGU , an evening playing around with glass indoors. Annette posted images from Canada, Alan and Kevin went out to shoot the moon. Some members visited a steam fair at Crathes, and I posted a few from England. Enjoy!
Holiday photos from Canada, a Visions trip to Troup Head Gannet colony and some images I liked culled from our Facebook page. Hope you like my selection:
May saw a few club outings, Hazlehead Park in the evening and Glentanar on a saturday. Puffins, bluebells, macro, steamtrains, a wide variety of subjects.
Spring is here, food photography, wildlife and street photography this month. And of course on the 27th we had Grampian Eye 2019 organised by Visions this year. Separate page for that here.
Macro, Still life, Portraits, street seem to have been the themes in March, alternating with travel photos from around the globe.
February saw an outing to photograph squirrels and birds, indoor fun with light bulbs going up in smoke, splashing strawberries and portraits. Earlier we had a cold outdoor shoot doing light trails on the AWPR followed by warming coffee courtesy of Steve at Kippie Lodge.
A hugely varied collection despite being one of the darker and colder months. Some nice collections from Derek Gray, interestingly lit portraits by Kevin Dawson and Martin Harrower, travel photos from Japan from Annette Murty, Spain from Graeme Youngson, club nights from Pamela, etc etc. Click on any of the images to see a slideshow with the photographer’s name underneath.