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Congratulations to all of us on our win in the 3-Way Battle! We’ve not come first in one of these since 2016 when we won at home with Ashley Franklin judging, and before that it was almost before records were … Continue reading
Wednesday 24th March was the night of our Open Mono Competition with judge Mike Sharples. With a bumper crop of 40 images submitted on a wide range of themes Mike had his work cut out marking and commenting on the … Continue reading
On Wednesday 10th March we will have a talk all about Macro by Marlies Chell. Zoom meeting room will open at 7.45pm for an 8pm start. Members free, guests welcome £3 per visit.
Wednesday 24th February was our Wildlife (plus all Flora & Fauna) competition evening with judge Gary Langley. Many thanks to Gary for his comments and critique on our images. We had a bumper crop of 41 images submitted for this … Continue reading
Our next guest speaker over Zoom (of course!) will be friend and regular visitor to the club, Ashley Franklin. Ashley will be giving us a talk entitled ‘From Pursuit, to Passion, to Profession. The talk starts at 8pm and is … Continue reading
We had a brilliant evening judging and discussing the 52 images submitted by our members into the ‘treasure hunt’. We had some superbly creative images entered into the competition which will serve as inspiration into the future for some of … Continue reading
We were delighted to have 3 images selected for entry into the NEMPF competition in 2020. Congratulations to Lisa, Barry and John R for their superb contributions.
Our latest competition evening was on Wednesday 9th December with the theme ‘Reflections’ and our judge for the evening was returning guest from our summer Zoom programme, Wales based photographer, Les Loosemore. Congratulations to Rosemary for the winning image ‘Hanging … Continue reading
Wednesday 2nd December was our People (and portrait) competition evening with judge Paul Stanley all the way from Dublin courtesy of Zoom. A broad range of images were submitted on the theme with a total of 33 up for judging. … Continue reading