Do we have anyone offering to be a trainer on this yet? We're not far away from the 7th, so if we are going to organise I need someone to volunteer for this pretty soon.

On 24 April 2017 at 12:55, John Lubbock <> wrote:
I've tweeted from the WMUK account encouraging people to take photos of candidates.

On 24 April 2017 at 11:12, WereSpielChequers <> wrote:
Much is down to the operator, but better cameras can take better pictures, especially in Low light conditions.

If you take David Gerard's advice and introduce yourself as from Wikipedia , any political party with an ounce of commonsense will usher you to the front and give you a position where you can take a good photo.

On 24 April 2017 at 08:35, Gordon Joly <> wrote:
On 23/04/17 04:41, geni wrote:
> Poorly. MPs should be out and about a bit more in the next few weeks
> but I always feel a but iffy bringing serious camera gear to Q&A
> sessions and the like.

Why? Surely they are all open to being photographed? And why "serious
gear"? Just an iPhone would do?

I rarely take any sort of portrait photograph but the candidate are out
there so be seen (and heard).


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