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Ian Whiston will be talking to the NCPS on Tuesday 21st of November.
From Crewe Photographic Society, Ian has had a rapid rise through the awards schemes, now boasting an impressive set of letters!
As well as judging nationally and internationally, he is a well-respected safari guide and expert and is always happy to pass on his knowledge and experience.
The 21st PAGB Inter-Club Print Championship was held on the 29th of October 2017 at Croston Theatre, Blackburn.
The Judges were:
- David Lowe DPAGB, ARPS, – MCPF
- Paul Stanley FIPF, EFIAP/b, ESFIAP- IPF
- Colin Westgate MPAGB, MFIAP, FRPS, APAGB –KCPA
The Annual Print Battle between fourteen photographic clubs was held at Chester’s Grosvenor Museum on Tues 31st October. The judge for the evening was Adrian Lines, and participating clubs were:
Everyone was shocked to hear the news of the recent sudden death of Bill Edwards. Bill was a long-time member of Altrincham & Hale P S for over 30 years. During this time, he occupied a number of key positions,…
The GB Trophies for Prints are held each November. Every Club may enter directly, without any pre-qualification. Clubs may enter the Open Trophy, and may also enter the Nature Trophy. Awards are made to the winning Clubs. A number of awards are declared for individual images. A significant selection of prints are placed in albums for display at PAGB events.
Read more on the PAGB web site.
We regret to announce that Bill Edwards – L&CPU Executive and Altrincham and Hale P.S. club member – passed away suddenly on Tuesday 3rd of October. Bill’s funeral is on Friday 20th at 10.00 am, Manchester Crematorium, Southern Cemetery. Our…
AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS IN YOUR CLUB
We’re a varied lot, us photographers – portrait, landscape, creative…. but we have one thing in common – we’re all after that award-winning image. Then of course there’s the couple in the corner who seem to have a slightly different agenda – you know, the ‘Audio Visual’ workers! Most clubs have one or two AV’ers, often working in semi-isolation.
This is why in 1993 the Wilmslow Guild Audio Visual Group was formed where like-minded photographers, with an interest in AV could meet to exchange ideas and expertise. Now 25 years later the Wilmslow Guild Audio Visual Group is still welcoming new members.