CategoryShow and Tell

Clocks Go Back – Photographers Get Set To Capture The Hour

On Sunday 25th October the clocks go back and we will gain an extra hour, lets capture ‘The Hour’ as a snapshot in time.

On Sunday as British Summer Time ends, choose any hour capture some photos and post them to our IWDIG Facebook Page Link For those photographers without a Facebook  account, capture some images from your chosen hour and send your images via email to IWDIG. Continue reading

Worldwide Photo Walk 2015 Wight Winner Show & Tell

WWPW 2015 winner
Thanks to all who took part in the recent Worldwide Photo Walk on Wight.
Congratulations to Ian Johnston whose photo  (right) was chosen to be the best on our annual photo walk.
We are pleased to invite anyone with an interest to join us on Wednesday evening (21st October 2015) at Dimbola to view a wide selection of images that were taken during the day on the photo walk.
The weather was good and the event with over 25 photographers not forgetting our four legged friends attended.

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Photo Walkers Invited to Show and Tell

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Everyone who took part in the Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group Worldwide Photo Walk or October Mystery Walk is invited to a special digital screening on Wednesday, 7th November.

Event will take place: 7.30 -9.30 pm at Dimbola Photographic Museum & Galleries, Terrace Lane, Freshwater Bay. PO40 9QE.

If you would like to attend or submit images for screening (resized images must be 1620×1080 @72dpi max on longest side) please email info@iwdig.org.uk

Please RSVP and Submit Images by 6th November.

 

IWDIG Man From Ventnor Antipodean Journey Part 1

As most of us are aware IWDIG photographer, our man from Ventnor Colin Haygarth recently embarked on a 5 week journey to Australia. 

Colin wanted to keep the IWDIG posted on his journey and within the first week forwarded this short text with images below.

Thought you might like to see Kuala Lumpur Airport which was our stop off before we flew on to Adelaide. One for Amanda: A kangaroo jumped a fence to cross the road at Spring Gully Conservation Park. Continue reading

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