For all the photographers, nature lovers, travellers and of course those who have a general interest, the Wilmslow Guild will be hosting an Audio-Visual presentation by Colin and Rhona Balls titled ‘Brazilian Pantanal’ on Friday 12th October 2018. Tickets are…
The Wilmslow Guild Audio Visual Group has issued an invitation to all members of L&CPU clubs who have an interest in audio-visual or who are maybe a single image worker who want a better way to show their work, to…
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 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:
Poulton Photographic Society held its Annual Presentation Evening in the Masonic Hall on June 8th 2017. Enjoying the event were (l-r) PPS Honorary Life Member Roger Goodwill, President of the L&CPU Garth Tighe, PPS Chair Eddie Garside and PPS Vice Chair Dave McCulloch.
Rochdale & District Camera Club held the Annual Ted Coleman Multi Club Knockout Competition on Tuesday 23rd May 2017 . Fifteen clubs from around the region took part this year with close on 100 making up the audience.
The event opened with a few moments of silence in memory of the horrors of the previous evening at the Arena in Manchester.
The judge for the evening was David Butler MFIAP EFIAP ARPS EPSA PPSA BPE5* and was chaired by Frank Harrison, chairman of Rochdale & District Camera Club.
On Thursday 18th May, 37 members and friends attended a dinner to celebrate the society’s 150th anniversary, held at the Old Bill restaurant in Oldham. Special guests were Gordon Jenkins, President of the PAGB, accompanied by Dianne Owen, and Garth Tighe President of the L&CPU.
You are probably aware that the PAGB have taken a decision to adopt a new standard resolution of 1600pixel by 1200 pixel for images entered into competition from July 2017.
At a recent L&CPU, executive committee meeting it was decided that we should also adopt and phase in this new resolution beginning with the next Annual Club Competition in March 2017.
We will continue to accept the 1400 x1050 format in L&CPU Competitions, along with smaller image sizes. However, we strongly suggest that you do not submit image sizes smaller than 1400 x 1050, as they will be significantly smaller when projected onto the screen.
This proposed move however does not mean your club need to upgrade your projector, as the increase in pixel size is only a requirement of entry into L&CPU & PAGB competitions.
Further reading on this subject can be seen in the PAGB e-news issues 161 extra April2016 and 169 August 2016.
Poulton-le-Fylde Photographic Society was formed 50 years ago after the town’s Festival Committee ran a photographic competition. They have just celebrated their Golden Anniversary with a dinner at Singleton Lodge. Guest speaker at the occasion was Roger Goodwill, a Life Member of the Society and previous head of the Photographic Department of Blackpool and the Fylde College. He is shown (left) in the photo with his wife Ann and Chairman Phil Hodson DPAGB EFIAP BPE1*.