One of the great ways to keep us busy during the Covid-19 lockdown is photography

Day Dreaming Gerald Whelan

How do we kill time during the pandemic? One of the great ways to keep us busy during the Covid-19 lockdown is photography. There is so much to photograph in our gardens and within our legal travel surroundings. One of the advantages that Palmerstown Camera Club has got, because of the lockdown, is great presentations from professional photographers. They attend weekly club meetings, from all over Ireland and Britain, by Zoom. In normal times they would be too far away to attend meetings. They can look at their great images on the web and see what they can aspire to. When they are doing their presentations they will tell the group and show the group how they produce such wonderful images. They will answer questions as well. This is a great way to improve your photography.  

Palmerstown Camera Club invites any adults interested in photography, beginners to advanced, to attend one or two  meetings free of charge, to see how you can benefit. Contact for the zoom link and for further information. See you on Wednesday nights. 

Palmerstown Camera Club’s presenter on Wednesday the 14th April is Brian Whorley. He loves to help people create better images. He has spent over 20 years building his knowledge. He teaches practical, better ways, for you to make pictures. He thrives on questions, as they provide a way for him to help you. He specialises in Head Shots and Product Shots. 
Pic Caption: Gerald Whelan, Palmerstown Camera Club’

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