Archive for January, 2019

LIP Greenwich January 2019 meeting

Barry Cole opened the session and umbrellas, many of them, showing seas of them and the almost private space under a brolly. Some discussion of how to limit and focus a large accumulation of material gathered over several years. Teresa Levitt showed a selection of her GoPro photos of people on tube trains in which […]

LIP Putney January 2019 Meeting

Apologies again for getting the New Year off to a delayed start (again apologies for last week) but boy did we still get a great turn out, 18 in all, and that after 2 late withdrawals due to illness and 2 no shows – thank goodness for that,  as it might have been the floor […]

LIP Putney December 2018 Meeting

After a look at some photographs from the internet, we discussed our annual exhibition, which had just been held over the previous weekend – overall a huge success, lots of sales (with almost everyone selling something) and the new design for the stand working well (see photo). It was just a shame that we had […]

Film and Darkroom Group January 2019 Meeting

In early November last year, an email from LIP’s membership secretary was sent out, asking if members were interested in a new special interest group to cover traditional film and darkroom based photography. The proposer, Ted Kinsey, followed up with a questionnaire, designed to gauge the particular areas of interest and availability of potential participants. […]

LIP Greenwich December 2018 meeting

One day we might end the tradition of the December books session but not if they are all like this one. The idea is simple: bring a book or two, which have impressed you, informed you, influenced you in your photography. No need to keep to books directly about photography – someone mentioned Zola’s The […]