On February 18th 2020 Graham Currey visited us as part of our portrait night where our members captured a range of images. Graham brought his Cowboy and Marshall outfits along with various props and there was a good turn out of camera wielding members. Below are some images captured along with a ‘behind the scenes‘ shot.
Ribblesdale Camera Club are proudly exhibiting their work in the new display area at Clitheroe Library. The club have worked closely with the library to enable this and we must thank Graham for his persistence in seeing this through. We have currently got 38 prints on display which will remain throughout 2019 and the prints will be replaced for January 2020 with a fresh selection. We have tried to cover as many members as possible and if you have submitted prints for inclusion you will be represented during the exhibition.
Leyland Photographic Society will be running the Leyland Invitation Photographic Exhibition once again this year. The exhibition is scheduled to take place at the South Ribble Museum and Exhibition Centre as it has in previous years. The Exhibition will open on the 26th of November and run until the 20th of December. The official opening will take place on Saturday the 30th of November.
Last season our members did very well in the exhibition with a number of acceptances gained along with a prize winner. Each individual’s entry will consist of up to 3 mounted prints at a cost of £4 per entry (not per print). The closing date for entries will be the 18th of October.
Results are just in from the annual ICPA competitions.
We have managed a creditable 5th place in the Arthur Clayton Rosebowl but slipped to 9th in the Toulmin Shield and Frank Sellars Trophy, this is a slight improvement from last year. As the competition features two print sections we are somewhat limited by the number of members entering prints these days so please consider entering a few more prints this year. The tables are shown below…
We are pleased to announce that the annual battles with our friends in Spain and more locally in Blackburn and Darwen have been diarised again for this season. These have been well supported in terms of images and also in attendance both home and away and we hope this continues. We are responsible for hosting both of these events, please see the club programme for dates.
There are a number of changes to the battles as follows:
Torrevieja will now compromise of 25 images per club rather than the 20 used previously. This will create opportunity for more members to represent the club.
Blackburn and Darwen will now include prints for the first time to allow members to have their work seen how they want it. We have agreed this in principle and will allow up to 10 prints to be entered without setting a lower limit on the number as we don’t want to force this on anybody.
We won this years ICPA Annual PDI Competition with 70 points, receiving The Frank Sellers Trophy, the following images were used for our entry.