Search

Professional photographer reveals secrets to his art at Wanstead club meeting

15:30 12 January 2013

Amateur photographers at Wanstead and Woodford Camera Club have learned from a master snapper during a talk.

Club members were visited by Howard Denner earlier this month, who spoke to them about the art of digital press photography.

Professional photographer Mr Denner specialises in music events and discussed how the transition from film to digital cameras and processing has changed his work.

The club is believed to be one of the UK’s oldest photographic societies and was founded in 1893.

People of all ages and experience levels are welcome to the group’s talks, competitions, exhibitions and outings.

n For information, visit www.woodfordandwansteadphotosoc.co.uk.

0 comments

Latest News Stories

15:00
Ten-year-old Jai Makwama shows off his medal in a football competition which promotes British Asians in professional football

A schoolboy been selected to compete in professional football trials after a gruelling couple of competitive and athletic rounds in London.

Roger Cornish is now campaigning for CPR to be taught in London schools

A man who was saved by quick-thinking passers-by has called on Londoners to help fund the training of children in life saving skills at school.

Yesterday, 09:00
Madhia Liaquat, 13, has raised money for Great Ormond Street hostpital by baking, 5k runs, and gets support from local businesses. She is also an ambassador for autism and goes out and about in the local community to raise awareness (photo: Arnaud Stephenson)

A kind-hearted girl who has always tried to help those less fortunate has been nominated for the Recorder/Redbridge Rotary Young Citizen Award.

Fri, 18:06

The A406 between Ilford and Redbridge Roundabout is gridlocked following an earlier accident.

Most read news

The final GP in the UAE may not have been a thriller, but it did kind of sum up the season for a lot of drivers.

Protesters have been warned they are banned from setting up camp at the landmark.

John Cantlie features in the new IS video, in which he talks about a recent failed military attack.

From Britain First’s Facebook posts, you would assume they’d won the Rochester by-election. They didn’t, but they’re claiming it anyway.

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Ilford Recorder e-edition today E-edition