Just like the Digital Competition a few weeks ago, the L&CPU Annual Print Digital Competition once again demonstrated the outstanding quality of photography in the federation. Judged by Phil Charnock FRPS MSIAP, Gwen Charnock FRPS MSIAP and Dianne Owen FRPS, top clubs are as…
Following on from the results of yesterday’s competition (here), there were just five images that scored the maximum of 15 and these were: Commenting upon the day, President of the L&CPU, Ian Aldcroft, said, “A big thank you to all…
The L&CPU Annual Club Digital Competition once again demonstrated the outstanding quality of photography in the federation. After a hard day of judging by Phil Charnock FRPS MSIAP, Gwen Charnock FRPS MSIAP and Dianne Owen FRPS, top clubs are as follows: Colour 1st: Chorley…
Over the weekend of 19th/20th May, we will be judging The L&CPU Annual Individual Print and Projected Image and Young Photographer of the Year Competitions. Competition Rules and entry information can be found here. Drop off points for entries are…
Congratulations go to Ron Davies of Swinton and District CC for 1st place in the L&CPU Audio Visual Competition. He also came first in the audience vote. Congratulations also go to Mike Pill of Heswall PS, who was awarded the Jackass Trophy for ‘Beamish’.
The L&CPU Audio Visual competition takes place this Saturday commencing at 10am with a finishing time of around 5pm.
We have 35 entries from 13 clubs and these will be shown in four sessions. Our Judges Linda & Michael Gough from Sunderland will be showing some of their films on the Friday evening commencing at 7.30pm
We’re pleased to announce that L&CPU clubs did well in the 2018 PAGB GB Cup. Results announced yesterday showed Wigan 10 third, and Chorley PS and North Cheshire joint seventh in the Open section.
Chorley came first and Wigan 10 second in the Nature section, with Poulton-le-Fylde and the Evolve Group joint sixth, and Mid Cheshire Camera Club joint tenth position.
The L&CPU Annual Club Print and PDI Competitions will be held over the weekend of 3rd and 4th March 2018.
The venue for this year’s competition is:
Culcheth Community Campus
This is a new venue; It’s a tiered theatre with seating for 250.
With this new venue, it is our hope we can fill the theatre with a good audience of your members, and for them to experience the judging process.
Starting at 10:00 a.m., on each day this competition is open to all. Just turn up on the day. (Pdi Saturday/Print Sunday)
The 23rd Great Northern Festival was another ‘great’ weekend with a record number of entries and attendance, we hope that all those of you who were present enjoyed your time there.
Friday evening saw a presentation by Liam Sanderson, head of Film and Media Studies at the Wales High School near Sheffield. His presentation was both enjoyable and enlightening, showing the amazing progression from the students’ first attempts at film making to the world wide award winning productions produced later in their studies.
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