A special edition newsletter has been produced in honour of Graham can be viewed here.
The latest edition featuring and article on Cannock PS member David Byrne can be viewed here
Hi All, The calendar under the “Whats On” tab on our website is now populated with this season’s events. For the latest up to date events information then take a look. Also the latest submission dates for competitions are included (in Pink!). Any errors or additions then let us know so we can keep it as accurate and up to date as possible. Steve Moore
The last round of the DPI season results are available here
Round 4 of the DPI results have been uploaded and the running total for the year so far is available here
Cannock CPS won the Trans-Atlantic challenge 541 to CCB 490 Full scores available here
This year David Byrne achieved 2 Sector’s Medals, Paul Hassell gained 2 Commended awards with Stephen Clifford, John Cartlidge and Paul Sutton gaining acceptances.
David Byrne gained his MPAGB Award at the latest adjudications in Gateshead on Sunday 24th April. This is the highest award the PAGB give and only around 225 people hold the award to date. David submitted 20 prints which 6 judges awarded marks out of 5, the pass rate was 22.5 out of a possible 30, 450 in total. David scored 465 to join an very small group of photographers, including just 16 from the MCPF. Well done Dave!
Dawn Osborn FRPS EFIAP DPAGB An Evening With Dawn Gentoos porpoising ashore The beautiful Green Silver Lines Moth From Dawn’s website: Since childhood I have been interested in both photography and nature. Inevitably the two interests combined into a passion for nature photography. I became a member of the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) in 1989 and earned my Licenciateship in 1990, my Associateship in 1994 and in May 2006 I was awarded a Fellowship, the highest distinction awarded by the Society. Both the Associateship and…
Robert Rhead LRPS Lonesome Landscape Travels Sadly, due to international work commitments Robert has had to cancel this presentation Perfectly still at Buttermere Beautiful sunrise at Mam Tor in the Peak District From the Leek Photographic Club website: Photographic Bio The smell of photographic developing chemicals are still firm in my memory when my father developed his photographs in the family house attic when I was a child. That early submersion in the photographic world marked my life with a passion that would never leave…