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Club gets top tips from the experts for strongest programme to date

Knaresborough Camera Club has turned to Yorkshire’s professionals for its strongest line up of guest speakers and judges to date.

Experts from portrait, landscape, lifestyle, news and PR photography will share their knowledge with the 50-strong group during its autumn and winter programme.

We've turned to the experts:
club chairman Richard Bryant.
Club chairman Richard Bryant said: “Even as hobbyists, our members are always keen to raise their game so we have turned to several experts to give us their insights.

“We’ve had some great speakers and judges over the years but  this is probably our strongest programme to date.”

The new season gets under way on Wednesday 10 September and will include member discussions, workshops as well as battles with clubs from, Axminster, Peterhead and as far afield as New Zealand.

Richard said the club remained committed to welcoming photographers from beginner to advanced levels with an emphasis on learning together.

The line up of guest speakers and judges is as follows:

Paula Beaumont, Harrogate based portrait and wedding photographer.
Giles Rocholl, Harrogate-based PR and commercial photographer and past picture editor, Yorkshire Post and UPN North West.
Kathryn Widdowson, Bradford-based lifestyle and commercial photographer and marketing expert.
Alison Raven, Harrogate-based press and commercial photographer.
Richard Bunce, Leeds based artist, photographer, educator and designer and name behind the region’s Walking Photography tours.
Tim Cook, PR and commercial photographer and editor of daily online news service Harrogate Informer, formerly Harrogate News.
Ed Webster, locally-based academic photography tutor and commercial shooter.
John Minary, former club chairman and past Raleigh Expedition official photographer, based York and Sweden.
Mike Morley, club member whose work has often featured in Amateur Photography magazine.

The full programme can be found here.

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