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.
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Bury Photographic Society are holding their Annual Exhibition at the Art Gallery in Bury in March. The Art Gallery is on Moss Street , Bury BL9 0DR and is open on Tuesdays to Saturdays inclusive from 10-00am.
Car parking is by pay and display on street. There is a very good café in the Fusiliers Museum which is directly opposite the Art Gallery but there is also one due to open in the gallery from 4th April onwards.
David Crabtree Secretary, Bury PS
The 2016 Annual Club Competitions were held over two days at Lowton Church of England High School Newton Road, Lowton. The photographs were judged by Simon Allen MPAGB EFIAP, Anne Greiner MPAGB, Rod Wheelans, MPAGB, Hon PAGB, MFIAP, FRPS. Day one – the…
Today was the first day of the Annual Club Print & Projected Image Competition 2016. By the end of day, Chorley Photographic Society were at the top of the table, leading rival club Wigan 10 by 12 points. Chorley have 323 points, with Wigan 10 on 311, and Alsager CC on 288.
Chorley began the day with a covert operation to secure the best seats, placing their scarves on them, before retiring to the cafe until the hall was officially opened!
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. 😉
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