Congratulations to this months winners. Full results can be viewed here Advanced Mono Advanced Colour Intermediate Mono Intermediate Colour
Carl Mason has been awarded a FIAP Gold Medal for his image ‘Is This Our Train Dad‘ in the Doboj Salon of Photography.
David Byrne have been fortunate enough to bag four awards at the 3rd Exhibition of Photographic Art 2013. he scooped the FIAP Gold medal in the mono section for ‘The Copse’, ‘What Happens Next?’ won a NSFF Gold Medal (Norwegian Photographic Society) for best action and ‘Cross Road’ also won an Gold NSFF medal for best landscape. Finally ‘The Copse’ also won a NOFK medal for the Chairman’s Choice award. Altogether David had 6 photos accepted into the exhibition.
David Byrne’s image ‘Stormfront‘ has been awarded a SPF Gold Medal in the Scottish Salon in Dingwall, for best in class in the mono category along with 4 acceptances. Paul Hassell had 4 acceptances in the same competition.
This download is the 100th edition and to celebrate they have 100 photos from 100 photographers from various clubs around the country. Click here to download (Warning: Large File)
Peter Clarke has kindly informed us that Sony are offering their DXO Filmpack software on a free licence. Use this link to claim yours. The software is also available on the Creative Photoshop issue 105 cover disc.
CPS has gained more recognition in the Shrewsbury BPE Salon with Paul Hassell’s image ‘The Player’ receiving a PAGB Ribbon along with 4 acceptances.
‘Cross Road’ has won David Byrne a Silver PAGB Judges Medal at the BPE with ‘Riding His Luck’ gaining a PAGB HM Ribbon. Altogether he received 5 acceptances.
David Byrne’s image ‘Scottish Highlands‘ has been featured in Amateur Photographer this month’s in the Insight section along with an interview.
K T Allen & Maurice Jones APRS MPAGB “Double Trouble” Digital Polishing One of the things that bothers me about amateur photography is the animosity against certain genres. It is my believe that photography is to be enjoyed and that all genres are important. Double Trouble is a lighthearted talk with myself and my friend, Maurice Jones. He is primarily a straight sports photographer and I am primarily a creative composite worker. Yet we both often work side by side, traveling internationally and competing side…