At our last NIPA Council meeting some folk were unaware of my NIPA News blog. It can be found here:
There is also a link on the NIPA website under Notice Board and News. All club secs have been informed but it would do no harm if you mentioned it again at your camera club. The blog is interactive and allows for comments / questions, etc.
2013-2014, Theme - Dereliction/Degeneration. Subject - Portraiture.
2014-2015, Theme - Structure. Subject - Land/seascape.
So there we go, some images to plan and take over the coming months.
Next Wednesday 28th November sees the club once again hosting the next round (2) of the NIPA Interclub competition.
This will require quite a bit of work by members who will have to mount 180 prints on display boards on Wednesday afternoon after school closes and before the visiting clubs start to arrive around 7pm. Help with tea making will also be needed. If you can help with this please contact Bo.
The proceedings will start around 730pm and there will be an opportunity to view all the opposing prints along with our own entry. So even if you cannot come early to help you should come around seven.
Nigel Snell Photography is delighted to announce the provision of Bird of Prey Photography sessions. In conjunction with a local Falconer, we are in the process of arranging dates for the coming season. Sessions will be half day and you will have exclusive use of Owls and Falcons in an appropriate wild setting. Photograph the birds perched in their natural environment, but even better than that, we will photograph the birds in flight, right over the top of your head, so no need for super-telephoto lenses. Further details will be announced here and on my website www.nigel-snellphotography.com very soon. If you have an interest in attending one of these sessions, please contact me on 07515 282977 or email email@example.com. Examples of the type of images you could expect to get are on www.flickr.com/photos/nigelsnell.Nigel Snell
Great news the results from the AV Festival at the weekend Antrim Camera Club had mucho success.
Malcolm Moorehead won the Novice section with his entry "Horses for Courses". This also came 3rd overall.
Fellow member James Hamill's entry "What might have been" came 1st overall. It also won the audience vote taken on the night and the Inter-federation competition between NIPA and IPF. So a big congrats to them both.