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The news this week is that Ian Whiston has gained his AFIAP! Although Ian has been a club member for many years, first at Mid-Cheshire CC and now at both clubs it is only relatively recently that he has joined the distinctions trail. What a gruelling trail that can be too, with hundreds of competition […]
Here are the Crewe PS L&CPU Award winning shots. (L to R) Cheetah with Tommie Lamb (1st Nature, Projections) and Juvenile Lion in Training Hunt (3rd Nature, Projections) both by Ian Whiston DPAGB BPE3* AFIAP. Then, centre Peter Robinson’s winner in the mono prints – Venetian Blizzard. Then we have Ian Whiston’s third success, […]
We have reason to be very proud of CPS members’ achievements in the 2014 L&CPU Competition, they were exceptional! Two firsts, one third and 2 commendations plus many good marks that I know have delighted you and I can now add my congratulations too. Our first places went to Peter Robinson for the mono print […]
The latest issue of Photography News has just been published. It contains an article by our own Webmaster, Ian McNab (see page 16). If you can’t get hold of a paper copy, you can read it online at http://issuu.com/brightpublishing/docs/pn08
The results for Crewe PS in the L&CPU Annual Individuals competition are now on the results page. Particular congratulations to: Ian Whiston for a First, a Third and a Commended in Nature PDIs; Peter Robinson for a First in Mono Prints; and Bob Brown for a Commended in Nature Prints. Indeed, all our Crewe PS […]
Despite our copies arriving the morning after meetings finished you will be delighted to know that you can still read the new issue of Photography News – online! All you do is go to www.photography-news.co.uk and sign up. Photography News has become a very popular read because it is the only magazine which is aimed […]
Theme for May 2014 If you like a challenge, and enjoy honing your skills, join in our members’ Monthly Theme activity. You’ll find guidelines to get started here. The topic for May is “A sense of place” The theme for this month is to do with imaginative, creative interpretation to evoke ‘a sense of place’. Poetry, please! Enjoy!