East Gill Force, Yorkshire Dales
Quest Programme 2020
We are delighted to offer our new Quest programme for 2020. We have some exciting events lined up, including a winter trip to Iceland, new trips to Yellowstone in the US and Normandy & the Opal Coast in France, plus some favourites such as the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, and the Isle of Skye. We also have some one day workshops which are always very popular - Colin is running The Expressive Landscape in West Mersea, and Tom is running several one day iPhone workshops in London, and also some days in the autumn in Epping Forest. A one-day workshop is a great way to try out a workshop if you haven't done one before, but also great value! Come along and give it a go. Full details of the programme are on the Workshop & Holidays page. We would love to see you on one of our events and hope you will find something in the programme to whet your appetite!
Fotospeed Cotton Etching 305
On another subject, have you tried the new Fotospeed Cotton Etching paper? This product is a 100% cotton Acid Free Fine Art paper with a white base. The surface has an etching texture which helps accentuate detail and gives a depth to you image. Cotton Etching 305 use the latest coating technology resulting in a wide colour gamut and pin sharp detail. If you want to try some, this can be supplied through Quest with a 20% discount – please email or phone if you are interested.
Fotospeed Platinum Gloss Fine Art
This gorgeous paper is now my favourite, for both landscapes and portraits, colour or mono. It has a slightly textured semi-gloss surface which adds an attractive new dimension to my pictures. It has superb DMax for rich mono images and reproduces colour brilliantly. Heartily recommended!
Most camera clubs start their season in September and both Colin and Tom have a number of lecture bookings coming up. Details of these can be found in the Lectures section of this website, and others will be added in the coming months as and when confirmed - so keep looking if you are interested in attending one of these.
Tom writes a regular blog covering many different aspects of photography. Feel free to visit it at the link above.