Programme change

10th November 2012
Unfortunately, Geoffey Lee is unable to give the programmed presentation on 29th November 2012, but we have been able to re-schedule it for 28th February 2013.
This gives us the opportunity to bring in a new speaker the 29th November - Graham Diprose.

29th November 2012: London's Changing Riverscape plus photography tips


London's Changing Riverscape
London's Changing Riverscape web site

Photography: 'The New Basics'
Photography: 'The New Basics'


In 1937 the Port of London Authority commissioned a continuous photographic panorama of both riverbanks of the Thames from London Bridge to Greenwich which survived in the PLA archive and became part of their collection in the Museum of London.

In 1997, London's Found Riverscape Partnership of Graham Diprose, Mike Seaborne and Charles Craig made a new panorama using 6cm x 17cm colour transparency film and also shot on 5” x 4” Black and white sheet film because of concerns about the long term archival durability and permanence of colour film.

In 2007 LFRP were invited to make a new Digital version of the panorama to be shown in the Museum of London’s new City Galleries opening in 2011. The Port of London Authority sponsored LFRP to make the new panorama as part of their Centenary Celebrations for March 2009, Frances Lincoln agreed to publish a new hardback book ‘Londons Changing Riverscape’ and we also made an exact ink jet replica of the 1937 original to go into archive at MoL alongside it.

After tea: 'Tips from the Textbook' - a presentation based round Grahams book Photography: 'The New Basics'

Graham Diprose ABIPP worked for over 20 years as an Oxford Street based Advertising Photographer. He is a Former Lead Tutor in Photography at London College of Communications.
In 2004 he accidentally made the largest digital picture in the world from a single lens position, lost the record in 2005 and won it back with a 248million pixel in April 2006. In 2009 he was a co-judge on the Channel 4 TV Programme 'Picture This' along with Martin Parr. He is Co-author of a very successful new International Textbook for Thames & Hudson, Photography: The New Basics.



28th February 2013: Air to Air Fast Jet Photography
Geoffrey Lee of Planefocus brings you a presentation on how and what goes into organizing Air-Air aircraft photography.

Geoffrey Lee is one of the world’s top air-air aircraft photographers and for the last 30 years has been photographing military and civil aircraft around the world for BAE Systems (formerly Hawker Siddeley Aviation and British Aerospace) Eurofighter GmbH and the RAF. His photographs have appeared in all of the world’s top Defence and Aerospace magazines.

Geoffrey informally talks about how and what preparation and planning goes into getting dramatic photographs of aircraft in flight. He discusses which equipment he uses for each type of sortie as well the final presentation to the client. He talks about some of his memorable and difficult sorties as well as some failures. The talk includes a short video and a photographer’s view on “24hrs in the life of Eurofighter Typhoon”.

At the end of the presentation Geoffrey will be happy to answer any questions and there will also be copies of the Tornado F3 book, which he is co-author, will be available for sale which he will be happy to sign.

Click on any pitcure to see video
Concorde
Concorde
Spitfire
Spitfire
Typhoon
Typhon

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