‘What Makes A Good Photograph?’ – Photographic lecture by Andrew Mills
Tuesday 6th September – 7.30 pm
The Viewfinders Camera Club new season for 2016/2017 begins on September 6th with an illustrated lecture by Andrew Mills, MA, MEd, ARPS entitled “What makes a good photograph?”.
This will be a very interesting talk which takes a look at many genres of photography, including some of Andrew’s own, with a discussion on what makes them “good” pictures. This is a useful lecture to start our new season since it also includes a look at club competitions and why these are not always a focus for improvement and experimentation. This talk is ideal for all levels of photographic ability since we can all learn from helpful information on what to look for in our own images and how to improve the images we produce.
Andrew is a retired professional photographer and lecturer in photography and has specialised in Advertising, Editorial and Commercial photography with a very keen interest in Art and Documentary work.
Andrew has built up a large library of images covering many subjects over his years in teaching and in the photographic industry and is a member of Ordnance Survey PS.
For more information on Andrew Mills and to view more of his great images visit his website at: www.photomills.co.uk.