The Cheltenham International Salon of Photography is now open for entry.
There are five sections, open colour, monochrome, creative, nature & travel and 141 Awards to be won.
A 10% early bird discount is valid until 31st January 2024.
The 2024 Bristol Salon of Photography closing date for entries is 28 January 2024.
There are approximately 300 Medals and Ribbons to be awarded plus FIAP Blue Badge for Best Entrant. They also continue to support print workers with 3 Print and 3 Projected Image Sections: (Open Colour, Open Monochrome, Nature) and low entry fees and discounts for club/group entries.Email Salon Chairman at email@example.com for details
On-line entry system: www.bristolsalon.co.uk
More details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to David L Edwards for gaining his EFIAP/g and to Sue Carter, Elisa Best, Rhordri Phillips and Annette O’Connell for gaining their AFIAP Distinctions.
Fiap Distinctions Officer
Ron Lines recently published some advice in the WPF Facebook Group for any WPF members thinking about going for any of the FIAP Distinctions so we thought we’d reproduce it here.
Does anyone have a completed FIAP distinction application? I’ll be closing the books for this year’s applications soon.
On-line entry System NOW OPEN
3 Print Sections: Open Colour, Open Monochrome, Nature.
Prints can be forwarded to Southampton International
3 Projected Image Sections: Open Colour, Open Monochrome, Nature,
Over 210 Medals and Ribbons to be won.
Patronage: PSA 2023-543, FIAP 2023-579, GPU L230140, PAGB 2023-031
Low entry Fees. Only pay for each section entered. 68 Page A4 Colour Catalogue to each entrant.
Whilst browsing the latest edition of Rod Whelan’s PAGB E-News, we came across these images of presentation being made to two WPF photographers, Jenny Hibbert and Susan Lacourt Slee. Details below.
You can browse all back issue of E-News here.
I was thrilled when I received the WPF results from the FIAP Colour Biennial, held in Greece.
We did so well to achieve 2 Medals; a FIAP Silver Medal to Tom Dee from Afan Nedd, with “Cuddles in the Coal Bunker” and a HPS Gold Medal for the Best Journalism to David Hopes from Bridgend & District camera club for “Number 18 Being Chased”. Congratulations to them both.
The WPF report card can be seen here.
Thanks to everyone who sent images, this is very much appreciated.
I am pleased to say that all five candidates have gained their distinctions this year. The successful candidates are:
David Kitson AFIAP
Kevin Robertson AFIAP
David Hopes EFIAP
Margaret Jones EFIAP
Christine Tidman EFIAP bronze
Congratulations to all – well done!
I have your certificates and badges which will be presented at our AGM. This may change depending on the current Covid conditions.
FIAP Liaison Officer
The results of the 29th FIAP Biennial are in. Thank you so much to those of you who sent me images so I could enter on behalf of the WPF.
The 29th Colour Print Biennial was won by PAGB. The WPF finished 13th from 36 countries.
The 29th Colour Projected Biennial was won by Russia with PAGB 22nd and the WPF 24th from 36 countries.
The two themes we chose were ‘Olympic Sports’ and ‘Light in the Landscape’. I am thrilled to say that Glen Porter of Gwynfa CC received a Silver medal in the sport section (prints). Congratulations Glen, a great achievement in a worldwide event. Here are the results.
I was a little disappointed with our Landscape results, as I thought they deserved more but that’s the way it goes. I’ll be looking for some Mono images later in the year when we have decided on our two themes.
Once again, I would like to thank everyone who sent me images. Without you we wouldn’t have been able to enter. Well done each and every one of you.
Jenny Hibbert (WPF President).