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BSoUP Meeting - August 2005

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The next BSoUP meeting takes place on Wednesday 17th August 2005 at 7.30 for 8.00 p.m. at The Holland Club, Imperial College, London SW7 5BD.

As Summer swelters forward, some of us will retire to a dark, downstairs room in Imperial College, South Kensington and once again be inspired and enthused in our underwater quests.

Our very own and favourite speaker ALEX MUSTARD will be back to basics with 'THE BASICS OF LIGHT', followed by a brief demo on 'Constructing a Digital Portfolio'. Alex, a highly accomplished and award winning photographer, not to mention marine biologist and BSoUP digital guru, always presents excellent talks which are hugely popular and highly informative and this month will be no exception.

The 'focus on' competition is very exciting this month as we are opening it out to a broad, international arena, indeed it is entitled 'BSoUP International Focus-on Competition' (see below).

The main event will provide very interesting food for thought for all current and budding UK photographers. SIMON ROGERSON, editor of DIVE magazine, will present 'UK DIGITAL - ADVENTURES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN LOW LIGHT'.

Simon starting taking photographs underwater in 1997. Setting out in journalism as a crime reporter, he became editor of DIVE in 2002. He also regularly contributes to the Sunday Times Travel Section. He has been a digital convert for a year and a half and has become increasingly fascinated by the opportunities now afforded by digital technology in low light, providing an entirely new and exciting way of seeing the UK underwater environment. Simon is a self-confessed underwater addict and says 'it is the huge variety of underwater sights and experiences which I find so incredible, which keep me coming back for more.'

So, some treats in store if you can attend the meeting. However, if not you can still enter the monthly competition described below.

Gill McDonald


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