Our remaining programme is made up of talks hosted by SPS and some by Faversham Photographic society,

 

The following talks are those we have organised ourselves. All you need to do to join is to send Terry an email on chairman@sittingbourne.co.uk and he will add your email address to the list and send you a link when the time comes. Please put the number of the talk as well as its name on your request.

 

I have attached their website address as appropriate so you can see some of their work.

 

Talk 1:  3rd February 2021

“A life less ordinary - Landscape photography through the Scottish Highlands & Islands”

By Margaret Soraya.

Website   www.quietlandscapes.co.uk

 

Talk 2:  3rd March 

“Me and Mr Grumpy by Gary Langley and Louise Walton

 

Talk 3: 10th March

The Joy of Sports Photography by Rod Sloane

Website   www.instagram.com/London.bike.pictures.co.uk

 

Talk 4:  24th March

The World of a Wildlife Photographer by David Boag

Website   www.NaturalFocus.co.uk

 

Talk 5: 17th March

Triptychs by Cherry Larcombe

Website   www.cherryannette.com

 

Talk 6: 14th April

Wildlife Part 1 by Tracey Lund

Website        www.traceylundphotography.co.uk

 

Talk 7: May 5th

Northern Lights by Simon Van Orden

Website   www.wildearthpictures.co.uk

Faversham hosted Zoom events:

Some of the zoom events are kindly organised by Mark Evans at Faversham Photographic Society.

Faversham Photographic Society events (Camversation hosted) can be accessed by clicking here.

SPS members: please use the coupon code emailed to you by the club Programme Secretary when booking as access to these Zoom meetings is included in your membership. 

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