Ken Payne is a photographic judge and a Photoshop and Lightroom wizard. A good friend to our club he has visited with both his judges hat on and given several Photoshop presentations. Check out his web site for full details of his DVDs and some free to view videos too.
The Faststone Image Viewer is a very versatile application. It has a similar appearance to Widows Explorer, but also has some editing capabilities - resizing, cropping and cloning to mention just a few. It is also very customisable and has a great slide show built-in. Best of all is that it is free! You will see an invitation to donate, but you don't have to. However if you do donate you get a key and then the pop-up will not appear. N.B. This is for Windows PCs only.
Brian Worley isa professional photographer with extensive experience in training and presenting demonstrations and workshops. He works at exhibitions and is published in magazines. He has an interest in camera clubs too and can tailor his presentations to suit any camera types although he uses Canon cameras for his own use.
Steve Perry is an Americam wildlife photographer. His web site is a treasure trove of information and includes his blog and YouTube channel. While he is a Nikon user, and much of his content uses Nikon meus and screenshots, the principals can be applied to any camera. He has written two books - one on the Nikon autofocus system and the other on how to get great wildlife pictures. His books and articles are detailed well written and his videos are well produced.
Mike Browne is a professional photographer who also has a teaching qualification.He offers paid for courses and workshops as well as a palethera of free to view 'how to' videos. In his videos he has a relaxed style and explains his thought process at every step.
The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) is a membership organisation that co-ordinates activities for photographic Clubs in England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland (including the Channel Islands and Isle of Man). It does this through 15 geographical Federations.
The East Anglian Federation (EAF) of Photographic Societies was founded in 1910 and has thus been in existence for over a 100 years. The EAF is a constituent founder Member of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB), which is the parent organisation for camera clubs and photographic societies throughout the UK. Having approximately 120 member clubs and societies with in excess of 4500 individual members, the EAF is now the largest federation in the PAGB covering the area of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and that part of Hertfordshire which lies to the east of the M1 motorway.