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Club News - Jan / Feb 2020

 

Happy New Year everyone !

 

Our New Year begins with:

 

7th January 2020 – Andrew Greaves – Never out of print

Andrew is a past member of the club and his lectures are very interesting. A great start to the New Year.

 

 

14th January Judging Ingram four – Pictorial

Judge Colin Williams CPAGB, AFIAP

 

 

 

21st George Steele – World of winter whiteness

 

 

 

28th Creative Challenge - Bottle of Wine for the Winner

Please note: the PRINTED programme is incorrect.

The challenge is to produce upto two images not normally seen in real life. Produce one print (either colour or mono) and/or one digital image to demonstrate your creative nature to its best advantage. Images can be digitally modified as much as you wish, with bits removed or added, or just altered. Several images can be combined, provided they are all the work of the author. Clip-art and other similar picture elements, whether in the public domain or not, are specifically excluded.

 PS: The two images do not have to be related.

 

 

4th February

Judging Ingram Five – Sport, Action & Photo

Judge – Stephen Dean LRPS

 

 

Entries for 2020 YPU Exhibition

Should be submited to Brian C by 11th February 2020. The cost is £1.50 per entry FOR BOTH prints or digital images.

The rules and the various categories are available from the YPU website.

Further details available from Brian, finally it is almost worth entering an image as you then receive a YPU catalogue showing the accepted images.

 

 

11th Lecture – Guy and Paula Davies – Double Exposure 2

 

 

Also entries for Sherburn & Dean Bros competitions

 

 

 

18th YPU Prints – A Review of the 2019 YPU Prints

A review and discussion of some of the prints from the 2019 Exhibition.

 

 

25th Judging of Sherburn & Dean Brothers

Judging of the two sets of three competitions

 

Last years Sherburn winning Images

 

Last years Dean Brothers winning Images

 

March Preview

3rd March – Monty Trent LRPS

Monty’s third visit in as many years, having enjoyed his previous lecture and his judging I am looking forward to his lecture.

 

George