Month: September 2014

Alsager by a whisker in the “Five Towns”

In the 5-Towns Monochrome Print Competition tonight we had not a single print which might raise the question, is this monochrome? In fact they were all good examples of the state of excellence which can now be achieved with the software and printer technology we have available today. We have come a long way from the days when we questioned the…

Open Evening Success – 18 September 2014

Thanks to our 4 speakers last night; Dolores Williams, Sharon Barton, Ian Whiston, and Paul Hill. It was a great success; getting everyone involved and many contributing. It gave our new members a great opportunity to find out who is who and what expertise they have to help them. We covered the use of ND filters in landscape photography, On-One…

L&CPU Folios and things…

This week we had one of the L&CPU Folios to view. These are made up from some of the best work submitted to the main L&CPU competition of the year. This takes place in May and attracts thousands of entries from perhaps 60 of the 96 member clubs. We were fortunate this year in having a number of prints and…

Season Off On A Flying Start

We started the 2014-15 season last night with a talk by a good friend of the society, Ian Stewart ARPS DPAGB. Ian has judged for us many times but last night he entertained us with his talk on wedding photography. As I said in my introduction you did not have to be contemplating “doing” a wedding to appreciate the things…

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