Lectures & Projects

Review of my Second Lecture from Storrington Camera Club

Review of my Second Lecture from Storrington Camera Club

I recently visited Storrington Camera Club again, to present my second talk to them. It went down very well, and I greatly appreciated my audience who were interested, engaged and responsive. Having been presenting my talks since 2012, I’ve lost count of the number I have now delivered, but I’ve observed over time that some […]


Review of My Second Lecture from Photocraft Camera Club

Review of My Second Lecture from Photocraft Camera Club

I was very gratified to read a great blog post by Brian Connolly of Photocraft Camera Club, following my evening presentation there last week. I enjoyed myself as I always do (I’m still not tired of presenting the same series of talks, even after five years!), and it would appear that the club members did […]


Protected: The Joy of Seeing: Photography My Way – A Lecture for Camera Clubs & Photographic Societies

The Joy of Seeing: Photography My Way - A Lecture for Camera Clubs & Photographic Societies

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Report of my Second Lecture to Reigate Photographic Society – by Peter Flower

Report of my Second Lecture to Reigate Photographic Society - by Peter Flower

From iPhoneography To Fellowship: My Continuing Journey – 31 October 2016 – Viveca Koh FRPS Report by Peter Flower http://www.reigatephotosoc.com/RPS/index.php/newsletter-87 This was the second visit to our society by Viveca in recent times. She was last here in January 2014 when she talked about Urban Exploration, an activity that involves enthusiasts in visiting and photographing unoccupied […]


Protected: Urban Exploration to Fine Art: a Photographic Journey – A Lecture for Camera Clubs & Photographic Societies

Urban Exploration to Fine Art: a Photographic Journey - A Lecture for Camera Clubs & Photographic Societies

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Report of my First Lecture at Reigate Photographic Society – by Peter Flower

Report of my First Lecture at Reigate Photographic Society - by Peter Flower

I presented my first talk to Reigate Photographic Society in January 2014, and was extremely chuffed with the detailed report written by member Peter Flower. I don’t know why I never linked to it back then, but am making up for that now by reproducing the report with Peter’s kind permission. Extract of the text […]


Protected: Using Layers and Textures in Photoshop: A One Day Workshop with Viveca Koh FRPS

Using Layers and Textures in Photoshop: A One Day Workshop with Viveca Koh FRPS

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Testimonials

Testimonials

Clones in Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor (Viveca Koh) Came across ‘clones’ in Wistmans Wood, Dartmoor; very striking, loved the flavour and the way you’d processed the light. Then explored your galleries and saw that you are producing the images that I have had in my mind for years – especially derelict buildings. Thank you for the […]


Protected: A Photographer’s Perspective: My Life Through a Lens – A Lecture for Camera Clubs & Photographic Societies

A  Photographer’s Perspective: My Life Through a Lens - A Lecture for Camera Clubs & Photographic Societies

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Article in RPS DIGIT Magazine, 2013

Article in RPS DIGIT Magazine, 2013

I’ve had a second article published in the RPS Digital Imaging Group ‘DIGIT’, on iPhoneography, and this time I made it onto the cover as well!                          


Protected: From iPhoneography to Fellowship: My Continuing Journey – A Lecture for Camera Clubs & Photographic Societies

From iPhoneography to Fellowship: My Continuing Journey - A Lecture for Camera Clubs & Photographic Societies

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Lovely Letter of Thanks from Potters Bar Photographic Society

Lovely Letter of Thanks from Potters Bar Photographic Society

I was delighted to receive this letter from Eric at Potters Bar & District Photographic Society, following my talk there last night which was extremely well received, and during which people were saying it was the best talk they had ever had (and one of them had been a member for 37 years!) All the […]


Presenting my talk at Aperture Woolwich Photographic Society

Presenting my talk at Aperture Woolwich Photographic Society

On 26th March 2013 I presented my talk ‘Urban Exploration to Fine Art: A Photographic Journey’ to the Aperture Woolwich Photographic Society in South East London, and for the first time since I have started presenting also took along my mounted ARPS panel to display as well. I realised that these prints were just sitting in […]


Paws for Thought – Another Transmitter Feature

Paws for Thought - Another Transmitter Feature

I was pleased to be asked to feature in The Transmitter again, when Editor Andy Pontin contacted me and fellow past contributors with photography and writing commissions.  I wanted to take photos of dog walkers in our local Crystal Palace Park, but when I emailed Andy to find out and discovered that the lovely Louise […]


My First Testimonial

My First Testimonial

Thanks to Sue Buller, Lecture Programme Secretary of the Kingston Camera Club, for this lovely and much appreciated letter. Further information on this talk, plus a list of booked dates, can be view here.  


Star Blossom, Part 4

Star Blossom, Part 4

Further images from my new project ‘Star Blossom’, of photo illustrations to accompany the poetry and prose of my uncle Fergus Chadwick. In “Paradise Lost” Milton has starbright angels like soldiers or security guards patrolling Paradise to make sure no one untoward gets in. The fox snuffling for breakfast in frosted ivy. So cold, the […]


Star Blossom, Part 3

Star Blossom, Part 3

Further images from my new project ‘Star Blossom’, of photo illustrations to accompany the poetry and prose of my uncle Fergus Chadwick. Walks in the Dark Poems remembered from walks in the dark are sometimes spoken aloud before they are written down. And sometimes, if it’s dawn, a rival noise is implicit. A dump truck […]


Star Blossom, Part 2

Star Blossom, Part 2

Further images from my new project ‘Star Blossom’, of photo illustrations to accompany the poetry and prose of my uncle Fergus Chadwick.    Other lives here on earth are alien, or as good as, unless a silent message is taken from another body. Venus, boiled alive, Mercury hypnotised, in white-hot chains, forced never to look […]


Star Blossom Part 1

Star Blossom Part 1

When my Uncle Fergus asked me if I would produce a series of photo illustrations for his new book of poetry and prose, I was extremely pleased and excited to be asked, whilst at the same time equally apprehensive that I would be unable to rise to the challenge and create anything remotely suitable to do […]


A Walk in Richmond Park

A Walk in Richmond Park

A week ago I met my friend Cat for a photowalk in Richmond Park, an arrangement we had made some time previously, but we were incredibly lucky with the weather on the day as the sky was clear blue and the sun was shining. The light was beautiful and warm, brightening up a Winter day […]


Rabbit

Rabbit

Mark and I visited the local Horniman Museum on Sunday, a short distance from where I live and free entry too, which is always a bonus.  Remember visiting the place as a young child and being fascinated by the volume of weird and wonderful objects on display, collected by Frederick John Horniman during his travels. […]


The Tower

The Tower

Another view of the Elizabethan Tower at Sissinghurst Castle Garden in Kent, United Kingdom, to link to my previous image ‘Magic Castle’.  This one features three separate textures to enhance and colour various sections of the image, which was shot on a sunny Spring day, so I wanted to warm up the bricks slightly in order […]


Magic Castle

Magic Castle

I’ve been looking back through my (now massive) archive of as yet un-processed photographs, and found this one from March 2011, taken at Sissinghurst Castle during a visit to this lovely National Trust property.  At the time I wasn’t particularly enamoured of any of the photos that I took on that day, especially after I […]


Flora

Flora

After struggling for some time to produce any new work that I considered remotely satisfactory, I decided to step away from my usual UrbEx subjects and try something completely different, to see if I could get some of my lost inspiration to return. These are both two photographs combined, of Camelias covered in droplets of […]

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