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  • PAGB GB Trophies

    Congratulations to Julia Wainwright ARPS (Harrow) and to Carrie Eva (Watford) for their Bronze Medal awards in the GB Trophy Nature 2017.

  • XRR Visions

    The annual XRR Visions event is on Wednesday November 29th, 8pm. This year there is a full house of 100 entrants, with groups of entrants also representing clubs. Note: the event this year is upstairs in the Larch Room.

  • Witney PG Lectures

    Witney PG have attracted some big-name speakers for this season and would like to invite others to attend. Information is on the Witney website. Tickets, £10, need to be purchased in advance.

  • Chiltern ImageZ Exhibition

    ImageZ are organising their print exhibition again this year. Open for individual entry. The selection commentary is on Sunday 3rd December, and the exhibition itself is January-February. Poster. Completed Entry form required by 26th November. Print collection available at XRR Visions on 29th November.

  • FIAP Successes

    CACC Club members with success in the 2017 round of FIAP Distinctions are:

    • Peter Welford, Oxford PS, EFIAP/s
    • Peter Milsom, Harpenden PS, EFIAP/b
    • Elizabeth Vaz, Amersham PS, AFIAP
  • New City PS

    New City Photographic Society WIN Camera Club of the Year!

    On Friday 2nd June New City Photographic Society, Milton Keynes longest running Camera Club, took part in the final of Photography News Camera Club of the Year Competition, sponsored by Fujifilm.

    Having won the first of the qualifying rounds, New City Photographic Society sent a team of four photographers to Royal Ordnance Depot in Weedon Bec, to take part in 5 photographic scenarios using Fujifilm’s latest equipment with the goal of bringing home the title.

    The team, made up of Jamie White, Colin Mill, Mark Jones, and Dave Cromack, had one hour per scenario to style the model, set-up the shot, and take and process the image before submitting to the Photography News team.

    Club Chair David Phillips said “We’re the longest running camera club in Milton Keynes, so it was a tremendous pleasure and great testament to the quality of our members to be able to send a team to this competition. We’re all very proud to bring home the cup!”.

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