The PAGB has won the 33rd FIAP Mono Print Biennial with a selection of sports images – including several from L&CPU members. As yet, no further details are available, we’ll publish them when we get them. In the meantime, click on the photo to see an enlarged version of the winning entry.
The PAGB 2016 submission of applications for FIAP Distinctions was the largest by any country in the world, with a total of 110 successful applications. L&CPU club members who were successful are:
- EFIAP – Ian Whiston, Crewe PS
- AFIAP – Mike Gibbens, Bebington PS
- AFIAP – Darrell Oakden, Alsager CC
- AFIAP – Sandra Walker, South Lancashire IC
- EFIAP/g – Robert Millin, Wigan 10 FC
- EFIAP/s – Geoff Smith, Poulton-le-Fylde
The L&CPU congratulates the above on their success.
Full results of the PAGB submission are in e-news Issue 166 extra – 8 July 2016
We now have the full results of the SONY PAGB Inter-Federation Competitions. As well as scoring two joint-firsts, a second and a joint third in the competitions, the following L&CPU club members gained awards:
PAGB Ribbon – Open Colour Print – Adrian Lines MPAGB FBPE EFIAP of Chorley PS with ‘In the Wars’
PAGB Ribbon – Open PDI – Phil Barber of Wigan 10 Foto Club with ‘King of the Gypsys’, and Christine Widdall MPAGB FBPE of Oldham PS with ‘Michael’
Open Mono Print: Ross McKelvey’s Silver Medal goes to Phil Barber of Wigan 10 Foto Club, for ‘Ironman’
PAGB Ribbon – Nature PDI – Ian Whiston DPAGB of Crewe PS, for Cheetah watching over cubs’.
Congratulations to the following L&CPU candidates who were successful in the PAGB Awards for Photographic Merit (APM) at Gateshead on 23rd and 24th April 2016:
The PAGB will be carrying out a selection process to determine our entry into the FIAP 2016 Monochrome Print Biennial Competition.
This is a themed entry of 10 Images, with no more than one print per
author. As well as selecting from images provided to FIAP as part of Distinction submissions, we would like to invite photographers to submit their best images on a theme.
Former L&CPU President Gordon Jenkins took the Best Portrait Individual Award in the 2016 GB Open Cup last week, and his photo subsequently was chosen for the front cover of e-news – the newsletter of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain issued today.
We’d have liked to include a quote from Gordon, but he’s currently somewhere in South America – a favourite haunt of L&CPU treasurers, I’m told. 😉
The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) run an awards scheme called the Awards for Photographic Merit for sets of single images and for Audio Visual presentations. The Awards for Photographic Merit (APM) are open to all members of Clubs affiliated to…