Not to be left out of salon successes Jon has had several new ones including these two at Smethwick On the Train Parson's Chameleon and 7 at the Wrekin which included Parson's Cahmeleon as well as these six images:
You may have seen in the latest Photography News that they have launched a new "Camera Club of the Year" competition which involves five images being submitted on each of five subjects, by five different authors over the next five months (why didn't they call it Fives?). The prizes incld a top of the range Canon projector, and
Hot on the heals of Aamir and Graham, Rob had six images accepted into the Frome West Sussex Salon. Pride of place went to "Wild Boar sow in Forest of Dean" which beat both the Cheetah shots to a Ribbon in the Nature class. This takes Rob's BPE tally over the 50 mark to qualify for BPE2*
who had four images accepted; "Iceform", which scored 14 in our recent print worker competition "Lost Control" Fulmar Razorbill in flight Congratulations to Graham.
Congrats to Aamir who had Thaddeus accepted in the Smethwick International Exhibition.
Hi everyone here's a link to the scores for the 2nd Print Competition from last Tuesday, judged by Christine Widdall Intermediates Advanced
Having been forced to return to our old venue of the Council Chamber for our second Print worker competition the place was packed to the rafters to hear judge Christine Widdall's assessment of our images. The evening kicked off as usual with the Intermediate group when Christine's critical eye missed little, but her tongue was kind
Hi everyone, I have just been contacted with regards to a course being held in the Conwy area in December. Seems to be great value for money to me, you decide.... Hi, we are holding a nature/landscape course at www.caerrhunhall.co.uk Dec 5/6/7th. The photographer is Lawrence Clark at www.castlevision.co.uk. £325 inc all meals and B&B. here's their
Are you dried out yet? OK, the weather was not what we'd hoped for but the weekend, as a social event, must surely go down as a success. After years of Anglo-Scottish battles in Keswick, this year it was all change of course. The changes were brought on by Jack Bamford's decision to take a back seat after
Those of you at the club yesterday evening will have heard Leigh talk about the merits of participating in photographic workshops and his offer to run one for us. Noel and others followed this up with him in the pub and we could be in a position to offer something along the following lines if we