Ann Miles from Cambridge Camera Club is well known to many as a very successful photographer who is more than happy to share her knowledge and skills with fellow photographers. Whether through her talks to photographic societies or through her roles within the Royal Photographic Society Ann maintains a busy schedule to present her successful images to a wide audience and to reveal many of the techniques and processes used to produce them. On Friday 24th February she visited the Desborough And Rothwell Photographic Society with her talk "Monochrome My Way", and she did not disappoint. Very much in the pictorial and visual arts genre, she emphasised the need for her pictures to invoke an emotional response from the viewer. To this end she explained many of the techniques employed in producing her final images in monochrome, including methods of black and white conversion, the use of fill layers, Silver Efex Pro, infra-red, slow shutter speeds and many more. This was all delivered in her usual friendly and very approachable manner, as witnessed by the many people wanting to talk to her and ask questions during the break and at the end of the evening. Chairman Paul Nickerson thanked Ann for another excellent evening.