Here are the results of the SxPF PDI competition held on 12th November 2016http://mountainsphoto.ru sxpf-dpi-2016-results Our entries are below:
We entered some prints in the KCPA ROSS CUP competition on Sunday 30th October.kahovka-service
Last year we finished 27th out of 37 club entries.
This year we finished 15th out of 38 club entries.
The winners were Eastbourne PS with a total of 151 points judged from 8 prints with a possible 20 points for each.
We received 139 points so only 12 points off first place.
From our entries a particular well done for Judith who scored the max 20 points for her print ‘Broken Soul’
All the results will eventually be viewable on the KCPA website. (http://www.kcpa.co .uk/)
At Tate Modern from 10th November 2016 to 7th May 2017http://visualcage.ru
Elton John’s unrivalled modernist photography collection comes to Tate Modern
This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see one of the world’s greatest private collections of photography, drawn from the classic Modernist period of the 1920s–50s. An incredible group of <a href="http://www.tate .org.uk/artists/man-ray”>Man Ray portraits are exhibited together for the first time, having been brought together by Sir Elton John over the past twenty-five years, including portraits of Matisse, Picasso, and Breton.
With over 70 artists and nearly 150 rare vintage prints on show from seminal figures including Brassai, Imogen Cunningham, André Kertész, Dorothea Lange, Tina Modotti, and Aleksandr Rodchenko, this is a chance to take a peek inside Elton John’s home and delight in seeing such masterpieces of photography.
ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE PRE-RAPHAELITES TO THE MODERN AGE.ir-leasing.ru
This exhibition celebrates the visual links between early photography and British art, bringing together fascinating vintage photographs and stunning paintings including Pre-Raphaelite,aesthetic and impressionist works.мифы о строительстве фундамента и дома в целом
The exhibition finishes on 25th September 2016.
More details here
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Last month’s Camera Club trip was cut short by the weather but we were able to survey and study the Devil’s Dyke pub from the inside. So we will continue on last month’s trip to Jack and Jill windmills, Devil’s Dyke and view Lancing College from Mill Hill in Shoreham.
I may have suggested a trip to the Wetlands at Arundel for this month but at an entry fee of £10.86 (or £8.64 for the golden oldies) I thought it best to check the response beforehand.
Date: Tuesday 9th August 2016
So for some relaxed photography and a pleasant social gathering we will meet at the Highlands Inn at 9.30.
For those who wish to go straight there we will meet at Jack and Jill windmills (BN6 9PG) at about 10.15am.
Please respond to Roy by email and also send your contact mobile number.
Exhibition at National Portrait Gallery, London from 21st July to 23rd October 2016http://reteks.ru
William Eggleston is a pioneering American photographer renowned for his vivid, poetic and mysterious images. This exhibition of 100 works surveys Eggleston’s full career from the 1960s to the present day and is the most comprehensive display of his portrait photography ever.
Eggleston is celebrated for his experimental use of colour and his solo show at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1976 is considered a pivotal moment in the recognition of colour photography as a contemporary art form. Highlights of the exhibition will include monumental prints of two legendary photographs first seen forty years ago: the artist’s uncle Adyn Schuyler Senior with his assistant Jasper Staples in Cassidy Bayou, Mississippi, and Devoe Money in Jackson, Mississippi.
Also on display will be a selection of never-before seen vintage black and white prints from the 1960s. Featuring people in diners, petrol stations and markets in and around the artist’s home in Memphis, Tennessee, they help illustrate Eggleston’s unique view of the world.
If anyone goes please could they share their thoughts about the exhibition …
GreetZ : Prosox & Sxtz
Dear Members and anyone interested in photography. berryjam.ru
It is proposed that we start regular weekly coffee mornings for RPS members, Camera club members and anyone interested in Photography.Выбираем «Народный дом»
The meetings will be purely social, costing nothing more than the price of a drink. However, this will give photographers and their partners if they wish to come, the opportunity to get together and chat about photography or just to put the world to rights!
There will be no formal organization other than time date and venue. If only three people turn up that is fine, if thirty come that is great.
The meetings may also give the RPS and the clubs the opportunity to gain more members.
The first meeting will be in Uckfield town centre at the Mojava coffee bar next to Waitrose car park entrance on the 1st of April 10.30-12.00. Some people may decide to stay on to have lunch.
After two or three meetings those regularly attending may decide to vote on a different time, day of the week or venue.
If this is successful we would like to start meetings in other towns, so if you are motivated to find a venue and propose a time and day elsewhere let me know.
I hope to put together a list of meetings to be sent out monthly.
There is a Longridge Mount Cutter as first prize in the Raffle
Schedule of Events
12.30pm – 2.00pm Exhibition to view
2.30pm – 3.30pm Commentary Session 1
3.30pm – 4.00pm Refreshments
4.00pm – 5.00pm Commentary Session 2
5.00pm – 5.30pm Presentations
There will be light refreshments on sale homemade sausage rolls cheese and onion quiche and cakes.
Our Selectors are: –
Mr David Eastley LRPS
Mr Richard Walton FRPS, MPAGB, EFIAP
Ms Rachael Talibart LRPS
Please ensure that a member of your club is present to collect your prints at the end of the event
Outing - Brighton Pier, People and Pub
6th July 2017 @ 19:30 - 22:00
The Victory Pub, 6 Duke Street, Brighton BN1
Meet at The Victory Pub - 7.30pm for 8pm photo walk departure.
Club Field Trip
18th July 2017
to be advised
Field trip organised by Roy Scarlett