The much-travelled Stephen Coyne is a new member but not new to club photography. His entries into our competition this week were so striking that it was more a case of which one would be most likely to win rather than wondering if the judge would favour them. In the end it was That cigar moment which caught his eye.  This time the pictures were not prints but something we call PDIs, they are just the form in which you see the photos on your phone or camera back – we project them up to 6feet across on a top grade projector and they look amazing!
One of our members had a print “highly recommended” in the Keele Three Counties this week. The exhibition is on now in the Chancellors Building, Keele University. See banner below.
NEXT – Our next meeting at Crewe is our Print Annual on 2nd March. Our members have produced some absolutely top rate work this year and we are proud to have it on display in this competition.




NEWSFLASH! Crewe PS member Wallace Baxter LRPS has won a PAGB bronze medal for his photo "Splits on the beam" which was part of the Crewe PS entry in the Great British Cup 2017. The presentation was made on Thursday (9 Feb) by our chairman John Royle (R). The club entry also achieved 6th place in the competition overall. Full individual marks.

Front page slideshow of recent work  HERE.

Thursday 2 March 7:30 for 7:45pm
 Print Annual judged by Rob Millin  DPAGB EFIAP/g EPSA ABPE 

  Lifestyle Centre, Moss Sq., Crewe
Parking CW1 2DH

The postcode for the centre is CW1 2BB but may not work on your satnav, use CW1 2DH for the car park (Civic Centre)

You are welcome to join us at any meeting, meanwhile please explore the website
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 NEW PDI 3 and the PDI League – Results and Gallery Congratulations to Paul Hill who won the PDI League.
Les Simpson has been investigating the mystery of the Victorian ‘Crewe Circle’. Read about Les’ research and other documents on the case here. 
The Monthly Forum Theme for February is Portraiture and it is leading to some very interesting discussion.
The L&CPU are to adopt the 1600×1200 standard for PDIs NOW! They have now decided to project at 1400, so 1400s will not
be at a disadvantage – see NEWS and comment here

PAGB eNews Website – Get the latest issue now!

 Here is a selection of photographs from our 2016 Season


On the FORUM

Many interesting discussions on our Forum; Joel Meyerowitz, member’s portrait work, new processing techniques and much, much more.

 • “Be Careful What You Wish For” is a personal account of art photography since 1970 by Ian McNab.
Ian writes with authority and clarity and we expect the article to be of wide interest. 


Keele Three Counties Photography Exhibition until 29 Mar 2017

For our full listing, see EVENTS 


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