This gallery is the first, hopefully of many, gallery of images created by members of Kelso Camera Club and taken during the summer of 2015
This tutorial presents a standard work flow for taking a raw image file and creating a finished picture.
Check out the presentations Ian and Norman gave us during their introduction to the Travel Theme.
You may or may not know that one of the Kelso Camera Club members has had a large number of his pictures published in a variety of publications over the last few years. Find out more here.
During the Kelso Camera Club year, we have a number of competitions open to all members. Find out who won what cups last year, and take a look at either their winning entry or a sample of their work.
Doesn’t time fly? It only feels like yesterday when we split up for the summer, and now we’re talking about getting back together again. Ian Topping, Chair of the Club takes us through what we’ve got planned for our first meeting. Hope we’ll see you there.
Fed up with spending ages looking for your images? Is your hard drive chaotic? Read this tutorial for a solution!
Find out all you need to know about resizing images and why you should always take the biggest image your camera is capable of. What’s the difference between image size and image resolution? And… how do you actually do it?
Once again Kelso Camera Club has been invited to take a slot in the Stichill Gallery. So for the months of July and August this year, we’ll be showing off some of the pictures that were in the Town Hall Exhibition this year, and some other favourites.
by Ian Topping A highlight of any visit to the city must be a stop at the New York Café. We had heard the rumours of the fabulous food this place offered and had to explore for ourselves and discover how true the stories were. We were not disappointed. As…