Invitation to join small group in London
INVITATION FOR NEW MEMBERS - LONDON
We are an enthusiastic small group of 5 monochrome photographers based in London using traditional darkroom methods and materials and we wish to increase our membership to six or seven. We use mostly medium and 35mm formats.
If you are a like-minded photographer who develops and prints using traditional film and paper and if you seek to produce high quality art photography then we would like to meet you. All subject matter is welcome although a topic of special interest may be desirable.
The group generally meets every six weeks in central London to show and critique work and discuss ideas.
If you are interested in possibly joining our small group, then please get in touch.
In the first instance please contact:
Noël Kingsley, FRPS
21 Harcourt House, 19 Cavendish Square,
London W1G 0PL
Tel. 020-7491 3505 (day) or 020-7727 3474 (eve)
I am very interested. I am making contact.
Hi Dee, Can you call me on 020-7491 3505?
Originally Posted by delphine
Work and money permitting...
I am interested, but am not sure if funds available to respond...
I am interested in this although I would like to ask for more details on this. For example: Which type of photography are you guys into ?! What are your intentions ?! Do you have a laboratory somewhere were we can all do our printings, or should we all have one of our own at our place ? Is there any reference as to one's age before getting accepted to that group of yours ? Etc.
Also, I would be willing to take a look at some of your pictures and from everyone else that is listed as a member of that group already.
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I regularly look at your blog and like the images on your website (especially the church interiors). Unfortunately Newcastle is a bit far away. Glad you found apug though.
I've just noticed this and am very interested. Some more details would be great.... I'll be in touch.
Wish you luck Noel. Any collective of dedicated darkroom workers can only be a good thing.