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Astro Photography
Brownsea Island
Brighton Long Exposure
Seascapes @ Lulworth
Seascapes @ Portland Bill
Just for fun PEDs
Wire Wool
Light Painting
Water Drop
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Dungeness / Rye
North Devon
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New England 2018
Chernobyl 2018
California 2019
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A Walk In The Woods
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PED Camera Club Nights
I've decided to give the PED Club Nights another go, this time with a bit more structure to the evening. 

At each of the meetings we will have a monthly print / digital image competition - odd numbered months will be prints, and even numbered months will be digital images.   To start with, all images will be "Open" (ie no specific themes).   Everyone who is at the evening will get a chance to judge the images.

Maximum print size is A3.

In addition to the competitions each evening will have a photo critique section - bring along (up to) 5 images (on a USB stick) that'll will be displayed on the big screen and (constructively) critiqued.

In addition we'll have a quick Q&A session where if you have anything you're not sure about (ideally photo related!).... And then also a discussion on upcoming PED's and suggestions for new events.

Oh yes, we're also going to have Multi Coloured Swap Shop... (anyone under 40 probably may not get the reference). If you have anything you don't need, want to give away, swap, sell, bring it along. Photo related or not.

Combine this with informal chatter, food, drink and we should easily fill up 2-3 hours in a constructive and fun way.

For dates please see the events page.

Location is currently at The Mailmans Arms in Lyndhurst.
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"I have attended many of Michael Palmers PED events over the past 2 years, ranging from informal socials wandering around London to more structured events such as Long Exposure, Wire wool and Light Painting events. I have improved my photography greatly during that timeframe, not just switching from Auto to Manual, but the more important aspect of composition of the subject matter. The events are educational and enjoyable but done in an informal setting without the 'pomp & ceremony' that other professionals seem to adopt.   Highly recommended."