THE CLUB SEASON IS NOW CLOSED, IT WILL RE-OPEN EARLY SEPTEMBER 2016
The Society meets Thursdays from Sept to May from 8.00pm at:
Mill St Methodist Church
(Next to Instant Print & opposite Morrisons)
Mill Street, Cannock, Staffordshire, WS11 0DR.
Cannock came in 9th position at Coventry today, just one point off pre-qualification for next years competition and the final round. Unfortunately we then proceeded to miss out on the Plate trophy by a single point again! Our new nickname should be the ‘Nearly Men’.
More infomation to follow as its available.
Paul Hassell did very well at this years Midlands Salon with 12 acceptances including the following awards:
David Byrne also received an MCPF Medal for ‘Ruined Barracks’ and a FIAP Ribbon and MCPF Ribbon.
Well done to the Overall Individual Winner of the Gold Medal Paul Hassell for his image ‘Reg‘
The full results can be found here
Also images were used by the MCPF by the following authors.
Flash fills can be useful but not when they are of the weather variety as Smethwick Photo Society found out when they hosted tonight’s Photofolio awards tonight. In an hours sudden downpour up to a foot of water flooded the Old School House and grounds just prior to the meeting which left camera club member stranded in the street wondering whether the the night would be cancelled.
But in true British Spirit of the show must go on the awards were handed out in the bar area to the people that remained and made it through the terrible motorway traffic.
Cannock CPS won the Trans-Atlantic challenge 541 to CCB 490
Paul Hassell has won Gold at the Abla Open with his image ‘Determination‘ following that up with commended for ‘Dedication’ and ‘The Player‘, in total he received 8 acceptances.
The sad news that Kim Bowen MPAGB one of the judges at The Robin Hood Open passed away suddenly just after the judging day.
Kim along with her husband Dave who gave CPS a talk last season were long term friends of Cannock and attended the Staffs battles on many occasions over the years. Kim will be sadly missed by the greater photographic family, and our sympathy goes out to Dave and her family.