How do you take your photography to the next level?
A good place to start is to see the winning entries from all other camera clubs and the 'winners of the winners', as 'starred' by the 3 NIPA judges. Viewing these prints and projected images allows you compare your standard, and that of your club, with the standard displayed by other clubs throughout Northern Ireland. This a worthy exercise and can only help improve your photography.
Note the early start of 7.30pm rather than the usual 8pm. This is to allow Catchlight Camera Club to clear up and vacate the premises by 10pm.
The next NIPA Event is the Round Two Adjudication Evening of the Inter-Club Competition, sponsored by Camera Jungle. It will be held on Wednesday 26th November 2014 at Catchlight Camera Club at 7:30 pm. Arrive at 7:15 pm if you want to take some time to view the prints.
The venue is Finaghy Community Centre, which is on the 1st corner on the Left, on Benmore Drive off Finaghy Road South.
Mark L Allen, NIPA Secretary
This week we are having a guest speaker, Mark Allen.
Marks' presentation is "10 Ways to improve your photography"
Can those planning on attending this week, try to arrive early so we can start at
7:30 sharp. This will allow our guest to give the presentation without feeling rushed....
The EAPU 2015 Interclub Competitions will be hosted by the Island Camera Club on Tuesday 24th February 2015 @ 7:30pm. Refreshments will be provided.
ICC Contact Details
Address – Islandmagee Community Centre, Middle Road, Islandmagee, Larne BT39 3SX
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone – Jim Smith on 07749181151 or David Rainey on 07768527039
Web – www.islandcameraclub.com
All images are to be uploaded onto the East Antrim Photographic Union website (www.eapu.eu). Club Secretaries should contact Chris Marshall (EAPU Webmaster) via email on email@example.com to obtain login details.
Digital images should be formatted as follows:
- Be in jpeg format and sRGB color space.
- Be sized to a maximum of 1400 pixels wide and a maximum of 1050 pixels high.
- Digital images should be labelled; the identity of the author should not be included.
Consists of a mono and colour section. Each author can enter one panel of 3 images in each section, (6 total).
These will be judged as panels and not individual images.
The judge will provide the individual image marks for the Beginners Competition.
The Blue Circle Shield, the Antrim Shield, and the Castle Shield will be awarded as 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards along with EAPU Certificates.
Consists of a mono, colour and special section. Each club can enter 10 images in each section, (30 total). The topic for the Special Competition for 2015 is “Night Photography”.
The judge will provide the individual image marks for the Interclub Competition.
Any questions can be addressed to Jim Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) or David Rainey (email@example.com).
Island Camera Club