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Northamptonshire Churches Old and New

Mike Sasse reports on the group outing on 5th September, attended by a small but enthusiastic party. We had a chance to photographed three Northamptonshire churches spanning thirteen centuries of English church building.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 12 Oct 2014

Summer photography at Uppark House, Sussex

The Archaeology and Heritage Group's now traditional summer visit to a 'stately home' took place on 15 August, to the National Trust property of Uppark in West Sussex.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 12 Sep 2014

Tintern Abbey and the Picturesque Movement

An exhibition based on Tintern Abbey and the artists that have portrayed it in their paintings from 1732 until 1853 in response to the Picturesque Movement.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 29 Aug 2014

The Strange Case of the Chianti Bottle

THE STRANGE CASE OF THE CHIANTI BOTTLE IN THE SHIP TRENCH
By Eric Houlder LRPS, MIfL, PGCE
Reproduced by kind permission of Nigel Maslin, Editor SAXON, journal of the Sutton Hoo Society

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 26 Aug 2014

Owls and aeroplanes – a Group visit to Stow Maries

Keith Evans FRPS reports on the Archaeology and Heritage Group's visit to the remarkable First World War Royal Flying Corps aerodrome.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 05 Aug 2014

Bromoil Process - A brief history and overview

The first in a series of articles about Historical Printing Processes: Brian Iddon explores The Bromoil Process

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 22 Jun 2014

Social Media aids Heritage Preservation

Cindy Eccles explores how Social Media tools can help Heritage preservation.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 11 Jun 2014

AGM and Print Day, a great success

The AGM and Print day was a very enjoyable event, where group members had a chance to see each others' photographs and discuss various topics of mutual interest.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 05 Jun 2014

Report on Winchester Cathedral Visit

A great day out where we learnt about different formats, lighting and inspirational composition for Heritage photography.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 27 May 2014

A Medieval Oratory - A Possible Anchorhold in Surrey

Exploring different printing methods, Ken Keen's original image was printed using the Cyanotype-Rex process.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 18 May 2014