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Settle Photographic Group Forthcoming Events

Limestone Landscapes – a talk by Andy Latham

Andy previously visited SPG back in 2014 to talk about landscape photography, following his successful exhibition at the Folly in Settle. Now he is returning to talk about limestone photography.  It’s sure to inspire.

Whet your appetite by having a look at and then come and hear what he has to say.

How to Judge a Picture 

A practical evening to help develop those skills followed by a gallery of members’ images of Street Life.

All Kinds of Everything by Ray Brammall

Another visit to Settle by Ray Brammall. If this talk is as good as his previous ones this should be an excellent evening. Not only will there be wonderful images to enjoy, but Ray will certainly pass on some of his photographic wisdom. Have a look on line to see some of his images.

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