Mallow Camera Club is delighted to welcome renowned UK photographer Susan Brown FRPS to give a talk on Monday night next, 29 September.
Susan is acclaimed for her superb land and seascapes and especially the use of long exposures in both colour and monochrome.
Susan’s philosophy on photography is summed up in her statement on her website:
‘The eye does not always see things the way the camera does. I consider photography to be the art form of painting with available light. Changing intensity, colour and direction of light results in a change of mood of the same elements. I respond to the intrinsic power of light that continuously alters shape and form. Further changes can be made by exposure and shutter speed, tools uniquely available to the photographer. Some of my images encapsulate a moment in time. Others are ethereal, dreamlike and considered, so requiring planning and long time exposures to see beneath the ‘seen’ image.’
Take a look at Susan’s work by visiting her website http://www.susanbrownphotography.co.uk
The talk will take place in the Mercy Centre Mallow, at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome including photographers from other camera clubs. Admission: €5