Central London Group November Meeting

Last month’s meeting topic Night Photography elicited some fine and varied responses from our members showing the world after dark in many guises. Black and white featured strongly including atmospheric urban shots of people walking the wet pavements after dark, views through veiled hotel windows striking a slightly sinister note, the sinuous curves of a river making its way to the sea through the twilight and the darkened streets of St Ives after all the tourists have gone home, showing a different side of the seaside town. There were plenty of fine colour images too – the vivid colours of the Northern Lights, the secret life of snails after dark, the subtle tones of misty horizons at dusk, views into interiors through windows, experiments with painting with light and most astonishing of all, a city constructed of rubbish lit up inside a glass box. Here is a selection of the evening’s images:

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Wet Night in Trafalgar Square by Steve Jones

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Sue Czapska

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Ingrid Newton

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Ray Rapkerg

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Anna Lerner

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Dorota Boisot

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Simon Butcher

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Danilo Leonardi

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Darkness by Jim Paterson

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Edith Templeton

Come and join us for a festive evening at our next meeting on Wednesday 14th December 2016 at 18.45 at the usual venue – The Art Workers Guild, 6 Queens Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3AT. The theme will be Single Image – bring along one image to be discussed in depth, either your own or a favourite photograph by another photographer. Please bring along any work you wish to share on a memory stick or in print or book form.
Advance notice for January: Horizon

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