2023 AWPF Gallery Now Online

Please click here to see all the successful 2023 AWPF panels.
The WPF is open to applications for the 2024 AWPF. The fee is still only £40 for members of WPF affiliated clubs representing tremendous value for money compared to almost any other award for photographic merit. More information here.
This could be the challenge you need for your photography in 2024.
If you have any questions then please get in touch.

AWPF 2024 – Applications Invited

You may now apply for the AWPF 2024 distinction.

The Welsh Photographic Federation is pleased to announce that this prestigious award is now open to applicants for 2024 and proud that it is the only federation within the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain to offer such a distinction, one that is highly sought after by photographers through the UK and Worldwide.

Successful candidates for this WPF distinction, the Associateship of the Welsh Photographic federation, will hold the distinction for life and will be entitled to insert the letters AWPF after their name.

Don’t miss the opportunity to rise to this Photography challenge and work towards this sought-after award.

The Assessment Day will be in November.

More information on how to apply and what is required can be found here.

To All WPF Judges & Presenters

To all WPF Judges and Presenters – Please note that Llanelli Photographic Society are no longer a member of the Welsh Photographic Federation and therefore WPF terms and conditions no longer apply.

Please check that appropriate insurance is in place for you and your equipment. You are free to negotiate terms.

The above applies to any non-Federated club.

Ed Cloutman (Judges and Presenters Secretary).

PSA News

In Wales there are just 16 individual members of which 12 are members of WPF clubs.  These members have entered many International Exhibitions and as a result gained  honours recognition offered by the PSA ROPA ( Recognition of Photographic Achievement) scheme which offers various levels each more challenging.

These members have gained many of these honours:-
8 at the first level of QPSA
10 at PPSA
5 at EPSA
2 at MPSA
1 at MPSA2
1 at GMPSA
1 at GMPSA/B
All the above predominantly for DPI’s.
1 at BPSA  which is an award for a panel of either prints or DPI.
That is a great achievement.

New Year is the time for making new resolutions so why not set yourselves the target of seeking PSA recognition.Some of you are seeking FIAP awards and many of the exhibitions entered will also have PSA recognition.

If you need help or guidance then I will be most happy to assist.

Ian Ledgard (PSA Membership Director, Wales).

CPAGB Congratulations

Congratulations to the following WPF photographers on attaining their CPAGB at the recent PAGB APM adjudications.

Elisa Best CPAGB of Monmouth PC
Paul James CPAGB of Bridgend & District CC

Details of the full list of awards can be seen in this issue of PAGB e-News.

If you’d like to emulate their achievements you can find all the information you need here.