Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Recent Successes for the PAGB Awards for Photographic Merit

Weymouth, 23rd/24th November 2013

Credit Print
  • Robin Stanbridge (St.Neots CC)
Distinction Print
  • Alison Rawson CPAGB, APAGB (Bottisham & Burwell PC)
  • Brian Fleming, LRPS, CPAGB (Halstead & DPS)
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PAGB GB Cup 2014

The Great British Cup is a PAGB inter-club competition held annually. It is a projected digital image competition open to all PAGB affiliated clubs. The competition is split into three sections – an Open section for larger clubs, a Small Clubs section, and a section for Natural History images.

The GB Cup is now open for online entries until Saturday 18th January 2014.  Full details may be obtained from http://www.pagbcup.co.uk.

 

Club Print Championship Report

3rd March 2013

Fulbourn Community Centre was an excellent venue for the 8th EAF Club Print Championships on 3rd March 2013.  The centre is pretty much centrally placed within the Federation and the venue offers good food and sufficient parking as well as getting to see great images from around the region.  The prints were accurately projected onto a large screen for the whole audience to see.
 

Best Print: The Calling by Andrew Camp of Beyond Group
 
There were two top marks on the day, scoring 15 marks.  They were ‘The Greensward’ by Jenny Mann of Clacton CC and ‘The Calling’ by Andrew Camp of Beyond Group.  The three judges combined decision was to give the Best Print of the day to ‘The Calling’.  Their individual awards went to ‘On Sand Hills 2’ by Ann Miles of Cambridge CC (Jean Brooks’ award); ‘Imagine’ by Gerry Metcalfe of Bottisham and Burwell PC (Glyn Edmunds’ award) and ‘Without hope’ by Chrissie Westgate of Beyond Group (John Chamberlin’s award).
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EAF take both Best Colour and Best Mono Print Awards at the PAGB Inter Federation Club Championships


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Best Colour Print award went to Tony Lovell of Peterborough PS for ‘Room with a View’
 
The Best Mono Print award went to Colin Westgate of Beyond Group for ‘In the Ash Clouds of Iceland’
 
Thirty-eight clubs from across the UK gathered at Connah’s Quay, North Wales, on 27th October, to compete in the prestigious PAGB Print Club Championship. The EAF were represented by four clubs – Beyond Group; Cambridge CC; Peterborough PS and Norfolk PG. My thanks go to all four clubs for contributing to a day of excellent print work, enjoyed by over 350 spectators.
 
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PAGB PDI Championship, Warwick

Report by Barbie Lindsay

Hazy Days of Summer by Malcolm Bumstead

Warwick always seems to fall during extremes of weather. In the past some have struggled to get there due to floods. This year it was the hottest day of the year up to that point. It had everyone cheery from the off. 'Beyond Group' went into the competition full of hope and knowing we had a great set of images. The trouble was, so did everyone else! They started off rather harshly and the first set of scores was definitely not a taster of what was to come. The scores started to rise and it became a closely fought first round with nothing much between the clubs. We then chose our 2nd round submission carefully, trying to take note of the judges biases. It was difficult, as we didn't have any misty dreamlike shots, no Camargh Horses or Racing Dog pictures. We went into the 2nd round not so confident as before. The standard was high, every club rubber stamping the reason why they were there representing their region. We were eagerly awaiting every score and getting hotter by the minute, and not all due to the weather. Unfortunately the 'Beyond Group' were 5 points short of getting into the finals and our fellow EAF representative Cambridge, 8 points short. Never mind, the work was of an amazing standard.
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Club PDI Championship Report

10th February 2013


Best PDI: 'In Pursuit of the Inedible' by John Bulpitt of Cambridge CC

The main hall of the Latton Bush Centre was filled with club members who had risked the forecast of snow to come to see their club compete in the 5th PDI Club Championship on Sunday 10th February.

34 clubs took part in Round One and the top ten clubs then continued to Round Two. Worthy of note was Bury St Edmunds who had not entered the PDI Club Championship before; they got into Round Two finishing in a commendable 7th place. One to watch perhaps! It was also good to see Ongar Photographic Club taking part, another rookie club to the PDI Club Championship. Shillington +DCC made a welcome appearance after four years away too.

The winning club was Beyond Group who won the EAF trophy, Cambridge CC were runners-up and Ipswich +DPS were third. The top two clubs will represent the EAF at the PAGB Club PDI Championships at Warwick in July.


As well as being a club event there were four individual awards given too. The best image on the day was given to John Bulpitt of Cambridge CC with his image ‘In Pursuit of the Inedible’. The judges each chose their favourite and Martin Fry gave his award to Ian Kippax of Bottisham and Burwell PC for his image, ‘New Brighton Shelter’. Barry Mead’s award went to Richard Revels for ‘Stag Beetles Fighting’ and Leo Rich’s award was given to Jack Gentle of Norfolk PG for his image ‘The Magic of Mushrooms’.

The judges' personal selections were:


Martin Fry: 'New Brighton Shelter' by Ian Kippax of Bottisham and Burwell PC


Barry Mead: 'Stag Beetles Fighting'by Richard Revels of Cambridge CC


Leo Rich: 'The Magic of Mushrooms' by Jack Gentle of Norfolk PG
The Print Club Championship is on 3rd March. Entry has now closed and 24 clubs will take part. Tickets are to be purchased in advance from Naomi Saul.
Marilyn Steward
EAF Competition Secretary
 
 

Tony Sweet LRPS, DPAGB, APAGB

(1939-2012)

Tony Sweet passed away in Papworth Hospital on 18th April 2012 after a progressive respiratory illness. His funeral and thanksgiving service took place at the Cambridge Crematorium on 27th April.

Tony had a life-long passion for photography. Though taking photographs and producing prints whether in the darkroom or via computer was quite central to his interest, his efforts went far beyond just image-making. His training as an engineer meant that he was meticulous – planning and attention to detail went hand-in-hand for Tony. As a result, he was quickly pressed into service on various committees and interest groups.

He first joined a camera club in 1955 when he enrolled as a member of Edmonton Camera Club. He quickly took on various roles and helped to organize the North London Salon of Pictorial Photography. His contribution over a number of years was recognized by being elected as an Honorary Vice President for the club.

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