Paul Hill’s ‘Misty Morning at Loch Leven’

Paul Hill’s atmospheric ‘Misty Morning at Loch Leven’ won our third Colour General Print Competition. Judge David Graham LRPS awarded it 20 marks and loved its simplicity and composition. How many photographers would have not got their cameras out in such foggy conditions, but Paul’s keen eye for a good photograph paid dividends on this occasion and he produced a winner.  The high quality of the entry gave David a difficult task and the marks were very close.  To see all the results look here

To see images that David Graham LRPS awarded 18 and over to in our third league print competition click here

Next Meeting: Thursday 30 January 2020 at 7.30pm

Be absorbed by not one but two of Geoff Reader DPAGB BPE3 talks about ‘Snowdonia Landscapes’ and “An eye to Dramatic Portraits”’ .

The postcode for the Lifestyle Centre  is CW1 2BB, but use CW1 2DH for the car park.

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♦ See the top scoring images in this season’s league competitions here

NEW Final Print League Results; Print 3 and League Table

NEW Read how Martin McGing got his Steampunk photo on a poster advertising Whitby’s Steampunk Weekend in our News Items

NEW Alsager CC v Crewe PS – A win for Crewe this year 524 to 511 – see Results

NEW Our results page has recently been updated with this and last seasons results. See them here

NEW The RPS DIG NW are hosting a talk entitled ‘Honing the creative image’ by Mike McNamee BSc, FRPS, FBPPA on 9th.February Details here.

NEW Coming soon. Photograph the snowdrops in Rode Hall’s gardens throughout February Details here.

♦ Following on from Brian Law CPAGB ARPS thought provoking talk on Street Photography view his Flickr gallery here.

NEW Why not enter or just enjoy the L&CPU’s AV Competition on 8 February in Wilmslow. Enter here.

♦ See what our members have been up to in their galleries.

♦ Sign up for the ‘Focal Points’, the LCPU’s  Newsletter.

♦The Skye Photo Academy are launching a new YouTube tutorials soon. See details here.

♦The Photographers Guild and Photohub are running a seminar at Crewe Hall during the end of January. Details here.

♦ Crewe third in Robertshaw Trophy – See NEWS

♦ Member Ian Whiston DPAGB EFIAP ABPE gained first place in the Nature section of the L&CPU AIC competitions. Several other members did very well too: Individual ResultsRankings.

♦ Robert Frank – The photographer who showed the Americans who they were, has died aged 94. Member Ian McNab wrote an article about him Robert Frank – is Ian’s latest piece.

♦ FujiFilm users can benefit from John Royle’s and Ian McNab’s investigations into Fuji X Raw Studio and users who can’t remember which film simulation they used.

♦ Some CPS members have their own websites. Have a look at   – Carl’s, Stephen’s, Wallace’s and Peter’s, websites.

♦ Mark Sheeky interviewing our acting chairman, John Royle, on Artslab. Listen 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. This article has had over 1,000 downloads.

On the FORUM

♦ NEW – Zoom into the new decade with January’s Monthly Theme of Movement! Post your images here.

 ♦ John Royle has found some excellent videos on macro photography

♦ What we have been viewing: Wallace found some portrait photographs., Ian W found a test by Blake Rudis of the new AUTO button in Lr and Camera Raw, John found some marvellous large format landscapes by John Davies and Ken found a film about Ansel Adams

♦ A wonderful array of classic work can be found here.

♦ Plenty of interesting discussion too – Go to the Forum.

Here are the images that judge David Graham LRPS awarded 18 and over to in our third league print competition.

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