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This week the club held the second competition of the 2018-2019 club year, and the theme was "Number". The club welcomed Doug Bennison from Lydiate to judge the images. This competition had a large number of digital entries, so for the first time the club made use of the rule to exclude 3rd choice images to limit the number of entries. As ever, points scored count towards the Photographer Of The Year competition.

Well, we got there in the end! This week the club held the first competition of the 2018-2019 club year, and the theme was "Open". The club welcomed Cy Newton from to judge the images. This competition had the largest number of entries for a very long time with 35 prints and 56 digital images. Great to see, albeit it makes for a much longer evening!

Tonight the club held the fourth and final competition of the 2017-2018 club year, and the theme was "Warrington".  The club welcomed Nick Berentzen from South Manchester Camera Club to judge the images.

Points scored count towards the Photographer Of The Year competition - the results of which will be announced at the next club night, the AGM.

The club exhibition is now up and running at Woolston Library. As you can see from the photos, some of our printed images are on display around the library on top of the bookshelves. The purpose is essentially to advertise the club, and we will seek opportunities to move the exhibition to other venues.

Tonight the club held the third competition of the 2017-2018 club year, and the theme was "Song Titles".  The club welcomed Colin Douglas from St Helens Camera Club to judge the images.

Points scored count towards the Photographer Of The Year competition. The winners and placings were as follows:-

Tonight the club held the second competition of the 2017-2018 club year, and the theme was "Water".  The club welcomed back Janice Barton CPAGB BPE3 from Warrington Photographic Society to judge the images. There was a good volume of entries, especially prints, and Janice gave lots of feedback on the images - sadly not many of the authors were able to attend and the turnout was quite low for a competition night.

Points scored count towards the Photographer Of The Year competition. The winners and placings were as follows:-

Tonight the club held the first competition of the 2017-2018 club year, and as ever the first of the year was an "open" category, inviting a broad selection of subject matter. The images were judged by Brian Dunsheath ARPS.

Points scored count towards the Photographer Of The Year competition. The winners and placings were as follows:-

Adela LLosa Collado receiving the Alan Dean Award for the Most Improved Photographer

Congratulations to Adela Llosa Collado who was announced tonight as the winner of this year's Alan Dean Award for the "Most Improved Photographer". The announcement was deferred from the AGM as Adela was unable to attend, and yet it seems the surprise was maintained as Adela looked genuinely shocked to be given the award. Congrats Adela!

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