It has been said before here that we always look forward to seeing Tom Seaton’s entries in our competitions but last night (20 Oct) he excelled himself with two section
wins and a further 3rd place! Above is the beautifully serene Arcade, which won the monochrome section. Tom has plied a straight furrow to perfection, he has always
been attracted by architectural features, especially in mono. His eye unfailingly picks out form and his prints render them perfectly. GALLERY for PRINT 1 2017
NEXT MEETING: Thursday 27 October 7:30 for 7:45pm
The Hoylake International with Brian Magor EFIAP/b MPSA CPAGB
Brian & Diana Magor initiated the Hoylake International a few years ago. It supports the Photographic Society of America competitions which
have different subjects and method of scoring. It is a chance to learn more and see some exciting and different photography.
Why not join us in our quest for photographs you can be proud of, or just talk photography?
We meet at the Lifestyle Centre, Moss Sq, Crewe on Thursdays at 7.30pm.
Parking at Civic Centre nearby at CW1 2DH
The postcode for the centre is CW1 2BB but may not work on your satnav, use CW1 2DH
ROBERTSHAW TROPHY 2016 – Crewe PS take second place.
Blythe Bridge 186 : Crewe PS 180 : Macclesfield 175 : Holmes Chapel 167 : Leek 158
Gallery of the CPS entry
BEBINGTON SALON of PHOTOGRAPHY
2016/17 Entry form now available. Closing date 23 November.
Crewe PS is proud to host one of the showings of this exhibition (23 Feb 2017).
CREWE PS ANNOUNCEMENTS for MEMBERS
The Monthly Forum Theme for October is PEOPLE
NEW – Print 1 2017 (20/10/16) Results
NEW – Some of the WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER of the YEAR pictures can be seen on the BBC WEBSITE
NEW – Photo Course with Melvin Nicholson – £100 off – see email.
Five Towns Monochrome Print Competition held 30/9/16 – Gallery of CPS entry
Great British Cup 2017 entries open on 24 Oct 2016, close 15 Jan 2017
PAGB eNews Website . eNEWS 172 now available (5/10/16), here.
Remember to order tickets for the PAGB Club Print Championships 6 November.
On the FORUM
Forum highlights include items about William Eggleston’s Guide, Oliver Wright and David Noton at Birdfair 2016, Candid Portraits by Henri Cartier-Bresson
and Bruce Gilden at Derby . Also discussions about color space here and here, and how we photograph here.
• “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.
—– EVENTS HIGHLIGHTS —–
For our full listing, see EVENTS
Alex Hyde at Sale ….
Major new collective, first exhibition at the Photography Parlour, Nottingham, 15 Oct to 13 Nov
For other exhibitions … Visit our EVENTS PAGE .