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.
The results are in, well done to this years DPI Competition winners, David Byrne in the Advanced, Richard Morse in the Intermediate and joint winners Lloyd Scott & Paul Sutton in the Creative section.
Full results and placings can be found here.
The last round of the DPI competition was held last Night, well done to the winners, Paul Reynolds, Richard Morse, and Neil McGuff.
Lloyd Scott took the Mono Print Trophy at this years MCPF Photofolio Competition, Paul Hassell gained 2 MCPF Medals and Peter Clark and David Byrne collected Certificates of Merit.
Full results can be found here
Congratulations to two of our members who got married on Saturday 7th May at the Barns, Cannock. Paul Sutton and Corinne Turner, now of course Mr & Mrs Sutton.
Tales of the Unexpected
Emily and Ann
Peter joined Hagley Camera Club in 1978. He started entering FIAP and PSA exhibitions in 1981 and won his first medal in a Smethwick International, a Judge’s Medal with an image called ‘Fade to Grey’ which went on to win FIAP and PSA gold medals. He joined Smethwick PS in 1983. He has won 6 PSA gold medals with 5 different images and also has two sets of FIAP medals Gold, Silver, Bronze and FIAP ribbons. He has won the best slide at the PAGB club championships, being the first person to do this twice.
He has been a judge and lecturer for over 30 years in prints, slides, DPI and AVs. He has now converted to digital for prints and DPIs. Last year he won the best social document DPI and the best portrait medals at FIAP exhibitions along with another medal and several HMs.
His love is street photography and he travels all over the UK for street scenes. He then uses Photoshop to change the backgrounds and other items. He also travels widely with several trips abroad each year and most of the images are used in AVs and also backgrounds for his street photography. He enjoys creating AVs and DPIs which are a little different from the normal and he believes that he has a very creative mind and produces images which have a style of his own.
Congratulations to the winners of this years print competition!
Full results for the last round can be found here
The final standings for the year can be found here
Well done to this months DPI winners, results can be found via this link
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