DIGITALAB - digital printing, framing and mounting, E6 film development,
and lots more. with the imminent closure of Spectrum this will be Newcastle ONLY serious photolab. Now with economical online ordering.
7 DAY SHOP - loads of stuff at great prices
FACTORY FRAMING - great for frames you can pick up a ready made 20x16 for £8.50 - also offers custom framing and mount cutting, as well as framing supplies - if you fancy having a go yourself!!
NIK SOFTWARE - very interesting photoshop plugins and packages, the popularity of some of these packages is growing all the time, take a look 15 day download trials are available.
This site has a sunrise sunset calculator for the UK for a whole year at a time. There is also a handy Solar Location Diagram in each chart to let you work out where the sun will rise or set.
WCC members with filckr pages are:
Paul Watson :
Richard Watson :
Geoff Brown :
Paul Lee :
Richard Bryce-Knapper :
Jim Wicks :
John Winship :
Club members with web sites:-
website of the NCPF
landscape's by a master craftsman- say no more.
David Ward - Beautiful Images to take your breath away.
the landscape and places - superb.
Home to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain.
Alan Brown - check out the work from Alan - excellent!
Here you can see the beautiful colour photographs made by Fred Herzog, his main subject was the city of Vancouver in the 1950s - these Images, I think have a timeless beauty about them and show what a great film Kodachrome was. Take a look you might be surprised.
David is well known to most of us as a friend and judge - take a look at his images - you will see some fine work taken whilst globetrotting.
Take a real close look at this guys work - he paints pictures with Photoshop,
Check out the link "Take a closer look at Damen" and read the facts about this painting the flattened files is 1.7 gigabites! before then it had 150,000 layers plus loads more and took Roy near to 2000 hours to create - when you have had a good look at this look at the other stuff - it is quite mind blowingley good - very very geeky - but worth a look.
Les MaClean, A lot of club members will remember Les - and the day we spent up at his old home near Wooler. well take a look at his website still contains a lot of stuff from film even tho' Les is fully converted to the digital world nowadays.
Duffy, along with Bailey and Donovan where the three most influential photographers on Britain in the 1960s
look at this site it is a real inspiration, you can also see a wonderful TV documentary about him and his work THE MAN WHO SHOT THE 60s . Remember those brilliant Benson and Hedges adverts, the pack of fags near the mouse hole -- that was Duffy
Just take a look - inspiration with every image.
A great looking web site from this club down in Yorkshire - look at LINKS and their members websites Steve Gossling and Mark Sunderlad stand out for me.
Breath taking landscapes from Isabel Diez an outstanding photogrpaher from Spain.