The last Challenge of the Summer was to produce a monochrome image, and submit both the colour and monochrome versions. Here are the results: RESULTS Thank you to everyone who submitted images to the Challenges over the Summer.
The results of the Phone Scape photo challenge are in, and can be seen here Thank you to all those people that sent images to me.
The results of Challenge 6, A View Through a Window, can be found here An interesting set of images! The next Challenge is to watch a Glenys Garnett video on Youtube here and produce your own creative image using your own images, textures and blending. Don't be too daunted and have a go!
The results of our 5th lockdown challenge can be found on YouTube. Here's the link: Non-compliant nature
Tuesday 26th May saw the first club night to happen during the Coronavirus pandemic. We held a PDI competition for our members, which also helped us to check out how to best use Zoom for these kinds of events. Twenty-three people attended the Zoom VC, and 52 images were entered, which in itself is a
The AGM agenda and reports from Officers can be found by following the links: 12th May AGM Agenda Minutes 2018 - 2019 season Competition Secretary’s Report 2019 Equipment Secretary Report 2020 External Comp Report 2019-20 (1) Membership Report Publicity Secretary’s Report 2019 Report from the Syllabus Secretary for North Cheshire Photographic Society Secretary’s report 2019-2020
The Three Shires Challenge was judged remotely and the attached files show you the images and the results. The outcome was a draw between ourselves and Leek. The first twenty images were ours. The picture of the hare with a butterfly was the overall winner from Leek. 3 shires PDF results sheet for sending
The last meeting of NCPS was an interesting evening with Tony Worobiec on "Photographing Landscapes in any weather" but while non essential travel restrictions apply most of us will be limited in going out and about. The following day four members of NCPS attended a joint workshop with Chapel CC lead by Tony on "The
Tonight would have been our first club night after our exhibition and the NCCs. We live in strange times! I hope you’re all keeping well. We were going to run a Summer Programme this year, and regrettably we have had to cancel it. We will, however, be setting you some challenges and sending out links
The L&CPU Annual Club PDI and Print competitions took place on the 7th and 8th March. One the 7th, we came 7th overall, and on the 8th for the Print competition we came 8th. There were two sections for the PDI competition; Open and Nature. We came 5th in the open section and 8th in