hursday 22nd March is a members night. If you would like to share your photos with the members please bring them along on the night on an USB key.
The next monthly competition is “Street/Urban”. It’s a projected competition and the closing date is Sunday, 1st April.
On Thursday last we recieved the results of the Long Exposure Competition. The judge was Barry Walsh AIPF who is no stranger to the club. The standard of entries was extremely high and the competition was very keen. No easy job for Barry to pick the eventual winners. After the results were announced Barry shared his AIPF panel with us. We were all truly amazed with the quality of his panel on architectural buildings and his ability to paint light and darkness on buildings to emphasise a shape or part of the structure.
This week at the club we will announce the results of our “Long Exposure” competition. The judge Barry Walsh will be in attendance and he will also show us his successful AIPF panel.
We are still collecting images for the SACC on 8th April. Bring in a selection of your images in Tiff or large Jpegs and give it to a committee member.
See you there
This week we are holding a table quiz in Billy Byrne’s Pub, Upper John Street, starting at 8pm. Table of 4 (€5 per person) – bring along a friend or two.
The selection committee are also looking for images for the IPF National Club Championship. If you have images for consideration please bring them on the night on a USB key. Tiff or large Jpgs only.
This week’s club meeting is cancelled due to the weather. Our guest speaker, Julie Corcoran, will not be travelling from Cavan because of the weather. She has rescheduled to 3rd May. In the interests of safety the meeting of 1st March is cancelled.
This week 22nd March is a members night. If you have any work/photos you would like to share with the members please bring them on an USB key for projection.
On Thursday, 1st March, Julie Corcoran AIPF from Breffni Camera Club will be our guest speaker.Julie received her AIPF in September 2017 for her Dreamscapes panel.
On 8th March we are holding a fundraising table quiz night in Billy Byrne’s, John Street. Tables of 4 cost €20. Members and friends welcome to form teams. More details of this in the club and will be posted next week.
Don’t forget that the next monthly competition is “Long Exposure” – projected, and the closing date is the 4th March.
There was a large attendance at the club last Thursday night for the judging of the Environmental Portrait Competition (Projected Competition). The judge was Mark Sedgwick FIPF, EFIAP, ESFIAP who is a member of Celbridge Camera Club and former Chairman of Distinctions with the IPF.
The winners are as follows:
Novice: 1st Michael Joseph , 2nd Moira Fulton, 3rd Richard Dore
Intermediate: 1st Bernie Kelly, 2nd Ted Hughes, 3rd Stasia Clancy and Petr Petr
Advanced: 1st Derville Conroy LIPF, 2nd Patrick Quinn LIPF, 3rd Pauline O’ Brien LIPF
This Thursday, 8th February, Amanda Burke LIPF will bring us on a Photographic Journey with a presentation of her work. The following Thursday we will have the judging of our February Competition – Environmental Portrait.
The next monthly competition is “Long Exposure” which is projected and the closing date is 4th March.
The finals of the IPF Nature Photographer of the Year and the IPF Photographer of the Year competitions will be held in the Talbot Hotel, Carlow, on the 17th and 18th February. Live judging of the Nature Competition takes place on the 17th and Photographer of the Year on the 18th. Some members of the KPS will be represented in those competitions.