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July 2019 Newsletter
26 May update

Update 31st July 2019
The July newsletter has been added to the Link above. 

It will be greatly appreciated if you answer David's invitation to a BBQ on Friday 16th August and respond to the exhibition survey.

The August field trip is to Menacuddle Woods. The information sheet may be downloaded via this link:-

Update 19th July 2019
All previous editions of our monthly newsletter In Focus may now be accessed on line via this link. (Link also available at top of page.)

Update 17th July 2019
The 25th July field trip is to Plymouth with the choice of travelling by train or car. The information sheet may be downloaded via this link:Field Trip to Plymouth

Update 6th July 2019
The June newsletter has been added and the Activity Calendar updated.

There is an exciting new training opportunity on offer but you need to act quickly! Details are in the newsletter.

The next RPS group meeting is on Monday 8th July at 6pm in the Platform.

Update 26th May 2019
The May newsletter has been added and the Activity Calendar updated. 

Please remember that the next Platform meeting is a Meadow Flowering and picnic tea at South Barn, Lerryn on the 20th June

The field trip information sheet for the Pinetum on the 27th June can be accessed from the Update 16th April.

Update 1st May 2019
The latest newsletter has been added and the Activity Calendar updated. 
The May Platform meeting will include sharing any 3 photographs taken during the month.
There is no RPS Group meeting in May and no meeting in June. The next meeting will be 8th of July.

Update 24th April 2019
Tomorrow's field trip to Menacuddle Woods has been postponed due to the high possibility of rain and the lack of shelter in this location. A revised date will be included in the next newsletter.

Update 16th April 2019
The 23rd May field trip is to Readymoney Cove, Fowey. The information sheet may be downloaded via this link:Field Trip to Readymoney Cove

The 27th June field trip is to the Pinetum. The information sheet may be downloaded via this link:

Update 11th April 2019
The Activity Calendar has been updated and the list of local events providing photo opportunities added above.

Update 6th April 2019

Newsletter Number 9 now available. Download / View  here

Update 8th March 2019
The 28th March field trip is to The Screech Owl Wildlife Park. The information sheet may be down loaded via this link: Field trip to Screech Owl Wildlife Park

Update 5th March 2019

The April field trip is to Menacuddle Woods. The information sheet may be downloaded via this link:-

Update 2nd March 2019

Newsletter Number 8 now available. Download / View  here

Update 24th February 2019

The ballot for workshops in June and October has now closed. the results will be posted in the Workshop bookings tab above by Monday. Thank you for your entries. If you did not enter the ballot but wish to be listed as a reserve for either event please email Lindsay using the link at the top of the page.

Update 23rd February 2019 

If you wish to enter the ballot for workshops in June or October please click HERE. The ballot will close at 9am on Sunday 24th February.

Update 27th January 2019

Here is a link to the first newsletter of 2019 jam-packed with information about activities interesting articles, reports and even items for sale. It shows what a busy group we are!

Four documents, three of which relate to our field trip to Truro on 28th February, have been added to the website:

The following websites also provide information about Street Photography and the law

Note: It should be possible to read the Facebook Group on a PC without an account.

Happy photography,



Update 14th January 2019

 It's a New Year and a good moment to make some photography resolutions! To help we have the first of our regular Platform meetings, this coming Thursday (17th Jan) at 2.00pm, when Nick is not only talking about Street photography, but also sharing some of the images from the Rotary Club Young Photographer competition.

The following Thursday, the 24th, is a field trip to the church at St Just in Roseland, an information sheet is available via this link. Thanks to Kathryn for the idea and initial research.

Following on from the last newsletter David says, "Happy New Year to All.  Firstly may I sincerely thank those of you who have completed the Needs/Talents survey- I’ve had contributions from 10 group members so far. I would still welcome more responses before our next Platform meeting on 17th January- the more people involved in this process, the more “added value” is potentially available to you as a Group member. The link is:-  Not surprisingly Photoshop currently appears the most popular topic together with some individual “camera awareness” issues & help with certain genres of Photography. I will be progressing the various ideas/topics by contacting those who have contributed so far & intend to update the Group at our next Platform meeting. Thanks again for your support”

Wishing you all a year of exciting photography,


Update 14th December 2018

December Newsletter (Edition 6) now available. Click on large Blue / Yellow "Latest Newsletter" button at top of page to read latest version.  An archive of previous editions of the newsletter is available on the Photography Documents page of the website.  The activity Calendar has also been updated. Again click on the large Blue / Yellow button at top of page to read latest version.

Information about events during the second half of 2017 have been moved to an archive page