Boyle Camera Club are planning to hold virtual meetings during the Covid-19 crisis.
In a message to members the club said: “In light of the current government guidelines and restrictions we will not be hosting the April meeting in Boyle as normal. This will continue for all future meetings until restrictions are lifted and it is safe to resume normal club activities”.
“However, in the meantime, we hope to continue to deliver meetings ‘virtually’. For April we have prepared a short recorded meeting with some of the usual meeting items such as the announcements, motivation and Photo editing tips. This can be watched at any time”.
“Going forward, starting with the May meeting, we plan to host an on-line meeting. This will be a live interactive meeting on Tuesday May 12th. We plan to have a normal agenda with a guest speaker on the night. Details of how you can access the on-line meeting will be circulated well in advance of the meeting through the website, facebook and the forum”.
“So for now, grab some coffee and biscuits and enjoy the April meeting from the comfort of your home. Remember to continue to keep active with your camera and photography. It could be a good opportunity to brush up on Photo editing skills, do an on-line course or carry out a photography project documenting this period through your eyes. There are also plenty of good videos and documentaries on-line which we will post links to from time to time”.
“As always, if you have any questions, let us know through our email”.