NORTHUMBERLAND CAMERA CLUB: Members find religion in latest club theme

We have a challenge in the Northumberland Camera Club where we shoot images to a monthly theme and weekly keywords.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 13 April, 2018, 17:10
An atmospheric shot of a church and gravestones, by Jimmy Morse.

This last week, one of the challenge words was ‘religion’.

With it being Easter, I expected plenty of images relating to the Christian holiday, and indeed there were. But, there were also some fantastic photographs of other religions too.

Mark Dempsey captured this image in the Kingdom of Bhutan.

This is just a handful of the fantastic shots posted in the friendly Northumberland Camera Club.

Why not join us to see more and maybe post some of your own photos too, we would love to see them.

Full details on the club and how to join are available to the website: http://bit.ly/PicNland

The new theme for April: Look for complementary colours this month; these are opposite each other on a colour wheel.

A scene in Milfield, caught on camera by Julia Nolan.

Place red with green, blue with orange, and yellow with purple.

Then look for analogous colours, those that are next to each other on a colour wheel.

Research: Colour relationships in composition.

The keywords for this week are Humble and Shoot.

A colourful scene from the Far East, taken by Clare Fraser.

For more tips from Ivor, check out his website: https://www.ivorphotography.co.uk/

A photograph by Valerie Atkinson.
The Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis, by Joanne Coyle.
Denys Connor captures the moment of music being played.
Buddhist icons in the Far East, photographed by Diane Chalmers.
Mark Dempsey captured this image in the Kingdom of Bhutan.
A scene in Milfield, caught on camera by Julia Nolan.
A colourful scene from the Far East, taken by Clare Fraser.
A photograph by Valerie Atkinson.
The Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis, by Joanne Coyle.
Denys Connor captures the moment of music being played.
Buddhist icons in the Far East, photographed by Diane Chalmers.