It was another evening of fun for Dawlish and Teignmouth camera club on Wednesday.
Several portrait studios were set up in the hall and members were invited to bring along some 'props'. These included Santa hats and costumes, a wedding hat and a black wig and members took turns to pose in front of the cameras. This caused some hilarity as the hats were passed from head to head and some of the more experienced photographers were on hand to give advice on camera settings, lighting and flashguns, hopefully resulting in the perfect portrait.
You can see the different types of set-up here.
Some members decided to try different techniques with their camera using the Christmas tree and lights as props, with some interesting if abstract results.
The club always welcomes newcomers, so come and see us soon. See more information about the Dawlish and Teignmouth Camera Club.
Experimental shutter speed photography by Denise Searle
Portrait of Bob Normand by Naomi Stolow
Portrait of Naomi Stolow by Denise Searle
Portrait of Father Christmas learning photography!