DIG Thames Valley: Paula & Guy Davies - 'Double Vision' & 'Continuing the Journey'

20 September 2020

10:00 - 15:30

Wokingham, Berkshire
Woosehill Community Hall
Emmview Close
United Kingdom
RG41 3DA

Group Member£8.00
Non RPS Member£15.00 
RPS Member£12.00 
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Paula and Guy Davies: 'Double Vision' and 'Continuing the Journey'

Guy Davies
ARPS EFIAP EPSA ‘Double Vision Part 1’
A look at Guy's favourite prints from the past 25 years, which will include his Associateship Panel.

Paula Davies FRPS EFIAP/s EPSA ‘Double Vision Part 2’
A look at Paula's favourite prints from the past 25 years, which will include her Fellowship Panel.

Guy Davies
‘Continuing the Journey Part 1’
Guy brings us up to date with his current work (all prints).

Paula Davies ‘Continuing the Journey Part 2’
Paula brings us up to date with her current work (all prints).

Guy's biography: When people ask him what type of pictures he takes, he is tempted to say that he'll photograph anything that takes his fancy.  He explains that he has always enjoyed landscapes, particularly in the low light of early morning or late evening.  He finds that hidden landscapes can sometimes be found in rock patterns and wood grain, and he will happily spend time looking for such details.  He used rock patterns in his ARPS panel, going from small scale to large but avoiding any indication of size in the images.  Recently he has come to enjoy architectural details and night-time city photography.
Guy is currently on the Committee of Stokesley Photographic Society, having recently stepped down from the job of Programme Secretary after six years, and was Chairman for four years before that.  He does judging at club and inter-club competitions, and has also judged in several international exhibitions.  He is a member of the Photographic Society of America and takes part in a monthly internet study group.
He says he happily embraced the change from film to digital capture, to the extent that once he had got his first digital camera he just did not pick up the film camera again until he gave it away!
Guy obtained his ARPS in 2009, the EFIAP and EPSA in 2011.


Paula's biography: Paula describes herself as a 'butterfly photographer' because, she says, she flits from subject to subject taking a photograph of anything that attracts her. She enjoys being out in the landscape pressing the shutter but gets particular satisfaction from seeking out abstract images in man-made and natural objects that look like landscapes. Her FRPS panel was a good example of this. Paula also enjoys working in her 'studio' with still lifes and flower photography.
Paula is a member and Hon Vice President of Stokesley Photographic Society, having served as Programme Secretary and Competition Secretary in the past; she is currently Secretary. She designed and maintained the club website for a number of years and has helped to run an Improvers Group. She is a Permajet supported lecturer and an invited member of GAMMA PhotoForum. She also actively participates in the United Photographic Postfolios of Great Britain (UPP), currently Vice President and Webmaster as well as being Secretary of Circle 73.
Paula gained her FRPS in May 2007, EFIAP/s and EPSA in 2011.


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We meet at Woosehill Community Hall, in Wokingham, Berkshire

Woosehill Community Hall is less than one mile away from Wokingham Railway Station. The station is served by trains between Reading and Waterloo, and also between Reading and Gatwick. Please be aware that Sunday train services can sometimes be erratic!

Parking in the small Hall car park is for speakers and judges, those disabled or anyone bringing equipment for an event. You should park in zones A and B of the Morrisons car park adjacent. Drive past Emmview Close  and Morrisons, then turn immediately left into Fernlea Drive, and look for parking zones A and B. Walk back through Morrisons car park zones C and D to get to the Hall.

For those using SatNav, the relevant postcodes are:

  • Woosehill Community Hall: RG41 3DA
  • Morrisons Supermarket: RG41 3SW
  • Fernlea Drive: RG41 3DR.

Free tea, coffee and biscuits throughout the day. We suggest you bring a pack lunch, or you can purchase sandwiches etc at Morrisons Supermarket next door.

For those wishing to pay on the door or buy raffle tickets etc, please note there is a cash machine at Morrisons.

OUR INFO PACK (PDF download above) includes all you need to know about attending our events, and buying tickets.
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Opening times

We open the doors at 10.00am, to allow time to check-in, have some refreshments, and be ready to start the formal presentations at 10:30am.
In order to allow us to set up our equipment in a safe and orderly way, we ask you to remain in the foyer or outside the building until 10.00am unless you are a designated helper.
There is a mid-morning break, and a break for lunch. The event usually finishes about 3:30pm.

Cancellation policy

If you have purchased a Day Ticket but are unable to come, and don't tell us before the event, we will not normally offer refunds; however, we will look sympathetically at each situation. Refunds requested at least 3 days before the event will normally be granted.

Hearing and access requirements

Hearing: Our Announcers and Presenters use radio microphones and a PA system at our events.
Access: The Hall has two ‘Disabled’ parking bays with sloped wheelchair access to the ground floor venue.

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