Dublin Camera Club Host “A Feeling of Impressionism” with Steven Le Prevost

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The Dublin Camera Club is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year and is celebrating with a range of events. On Tuesday 1st June Dublin Camera Club host “A Feeling of Impressionism” with Steven Le Prevost AFIAP FIPF FRPS MPAGB – a Guernsey based photographer who specialises in creating artworks that portray mood, atmosphere and emotion. He will discuss the methods he uses, his approach to being creative, the pictures that work and those that didn’t work.

Steven is a well known photographic artist based in Guernsey, Channel Islands.

Dublin Camera Club host “A Feeling of Impressionism”

During this presentation he will show his images including before and after examples and will discuss how be produces his wonderful, atmospheric images.

Steven says “Most of my artwork is influenced by impressionism, my goal is to create a picture that portrays mood, atmosphere and emotion.”
See his website www.stevenleprevost.com
DCC members will be e-mailed the Zoom link on the day, and guests are welcome to register (costing €5) here.

The Dublin Camera Club is the oldest and largest camera club in Ireland.

Dublin Camera Club continues to support its members with online workshops and image assessment

Dublin Camera Club are currently running its online night-time Introduction to Photography course and expect to run this course again in September.

Dublin Camera Club was founded in August 1945 when a group of Dublin photographers felt that the entry conditions of Photographic Society of Ireland were too high to attract those starting out in photography, so they got together and decided that there was a need in the city for another camera club.

The inaugural meeting was held on November 5th in the old Jury’s Hotel in College Green at 8 p.m. The meeting took the form of a monochrome lantern-slide lecture showing photos taken by Harry Braine on a trip through pre-war Holland, Belgium and Germany. The club’s first president was a man named James Wilson.

The club is currently headquartered in a dedicated three-story premises in 10 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2 which provides members with the perfect central location for the club’s comprehensive range of facilities and activities.

In recent years, as photography and the visual arts have become ever more accessible by digital and electronic technology, the Dublin Camera Club has established itself as the city’s leading provider of evening classes in photography.

The club contributes to the regeneration of the city by providing activities in the premises on week nights, and at weekends.

Membership of the club is open to anyone with an interest in Photography – even with little of no expertise in it.

Join and learn or take classes.

Steven Galvin

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