Incorporating Wolverhampton Camera Club
Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2017
Supported by the National Lottery
No image or design on this site may be copied or used in printed or digital form without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon 27th February The Annual MCPF Portfolio Every year WPS members get to see a slide-show of successful competition entries with a running commentary by MCPF judges. It’s an ideal opportunity to compare how you’re own photographs measure-up against exhibition accepted entries and award winners. Titles to be submitted for Round 3 of the printed photographs competition. 6th March Print Competition Round 3 John Hartshorne is our judge this evening for the third and final round of the WPS printed photograph competition. Members may submit up to two colour and two monochrome photographs and tonight we discover the overall winners for each of these categories. 13th March Down Low, Up High - Martin Kessel Martin will explain how he started in Wales detailing where he went and his varying experiences with photography of birds and wildlife, with some more recent and images to end the first half. In the second half Martin outlines a few ideas for where to go in the Lake District to get stunning ground-to-air shots of birds in flight. Please submit your three best PDI images from this season ready for judging next week, 20th March Best of Season Competition: PDI Another chance to see if your very best PDI images selected from any of your entries to this season’s PDI rounds can fare better than before … or worse! Your entries can be modified versions of your originals if you feel the judge’s comments gave you a few ideas to improve your chances. Our judge will be Mike Sharples.
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PAGB newsletter issue 181 Wolverhampton Young Photographer Competition
The competition is now closed and we have received many more entries than last year. There will be an awards evening on Monday 22nd January 2018 when the finalists’ entries will be judged and the awards given. If your image has made it to the final judging you will be contacted soon via email inviting you to the awards. Good luck!
Wolverhampton Young Photographer
Incorporating Wolverhampton Camera Club
Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2017
Supported by the National Lottery
No image or design on this site may be copied or used in printed form or digitally without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
Affiliated to the MCPF and the PAGB 
Midland Counties Photographic Federation Photgraphic Alliance of Great Britain PAGB advert for e-news
Why not sign-up for the PAGB newsletter? The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain e-newsletter will keep you up-to- date with all PAGB events, competitions and results. You can subscribe for free at www.pagbnews.co.uk and your email address will only be used to send you e- news, related items and supplements. You may un-subscribe at any time.
PAGB newsletter issue 181
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon 27th February The Annual MCPF Portfolio Every year WPS members get to see a slide-show of successful competition entries with a running commentary by MCPF judges. It’s an ideal opportunity to compare how you’re own photographs measure-up against exhibition accepted entries and award winners. Titles to be submitted for Round 3 of the printed photographs competition. 6th March Print Competition Round 3 John Hartshorne is our judge this evening for the third and final round of the WPS printed photograph competition. Members may submit up to two colour and two monochrome photographs and tonight we discover the overall winners for each of these categories. 13th March Down Low, Up High - Martin Kessel Martin will explain how he started in Wales detailing where he went and his varying experiences with photography of birds and wildlife, with some more recent and images to end the first half. In the second half Martin outlines a few ideas for where to go in the Lake District to get stunning ground-to-air shots of birds in flight. Please submit your three best PDI images from this season ready for judging next week, 20th March Best of Season Competition: PDI Another chance to see if your very best PDI images selected from any of your entries to this season’s PDI rounds can fare better than before … or worse! Your entries can be modified versions of your originals if you feel the judge’s comments gave you a few ideas to improve your chances. Our judge will be Mike Sharples.
Wolverhampton Young Photographer Competition
Wolverhampton Young Photographer
The competition is now closed and we have received many more entries than last year. There will be an awards evening on Monday 22nd January 2018  when the finalists’ entries will be judged and the awards given. If your image has made it to the final judging you will be contacted soon via email inviting you to the awards. Good luck!
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