One of the leading Photographic Societies in the Midlands, if not in the UK. Meetings held every Thursday at the Mill Street Methodist Church Hall, Mill Street, Cannock (opposite to Morrisons} - 7.45 pm start prompt, September to May. My home Club for 25 years or more.
The majority of the images of Iceland on this site were taken on a Wild Photography Holidays Workshop. For the photographer who wants to visit and record some of the most stunning landscapes to be found in this part of the World one of Wild Photography Workshops is a must, where the only decision that needs to be made is where to point the lens - everything else being arranged and taken care of - they also run workshops to other parts of the World.
A range of high quality inkjet media consisting of everything you'll need - Gloss, Oyster, Matt, Canvas and a choice of Smooth or Textured Fine Art Papers. . All our materials are available in cut sheets A4 to A2 and rolls 13" to 60".
We have also developed the Digital Fibre Based paper range. Fibre Based inkjet materials are suited to the darkroom printer making a transition to Inkjet Printing and wishing to retain or create a look and feel of a traditional silver based image. Why not try these and all our other surfaces for yourself in our Test Pack. Available in Gloss, Matt and Warmtone, with the Glazed High Gloss version also.
Irene describes herself as a pictorial photographer, with a leaning towards landscape, but has an interest in all types of photography. She lectures throughout the country and enjoys exhibiting in, and judging, National and International Exhibitions.
During Clive's 35 years in photography, he has produced numerous audio-visual
presentations, worked with traditional darkroom chemicals, explored
'alternative' methods, utilised toning & hand-tinting and even made prints
without the aid of a camera! Now Clive uses Digital Imaging as his primary
method of image making and reproduction.
The home site of The Wrekin Gallery. Run by Jon and Sue Baker it shows landscape images from England, Scotland, Wales and the Swiss Alps.
Peter Rees has been involved in photography since childhood and works in both monochrome and colour with a broad base of subject matter. This includes landscapes, especially Scottish landscapes, portrait and figure studies, environmental and documentary.
Colour Landscape Photography of England (specialising in the the Yorkshire Dales), Iceland, the United States and elsewhere.