What makes a great photograph? Colour, composition, subject matter or a combination of all those things?
One man’s boring landscape is another man’s Ansel Adams. What may appear a dull portrait to one viewer may evoke memories of David Bailey at his most brilliant.
As in all art though, there is no doubt that collaboration can be productive – despite the fact that photography is very much a ‘singular’ art form. Only one person can press the button that opens the shutter. But by listening and learning many an aspiring photographer has improved their technique to make a more satisfying end product.
That is the aim of the King’s Lynn and District Camera Club. To share ideas on photography and help all its amateur members learn from the professionals and others how to take better pictures.
Recently we have featured some shots taken by camera club members in our popular Readers’ Picture feature on the letters pages of the Lynn News.
Today we bring you more highlights of 2014 as seen through the lens of camera club members. Enjoy.
n for more information on the club contact John Nockolds on 01553 670264 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org