Full details of these competitions can be found on the PAGB Central Entry System (CES). https://pagbhost.co.uk/main/main.php
A Club entry requires a personal CES account with Club officer approval. See here – http://www.thepagb.org.uk/services/the-entries-admin-system/
See also guidance at http://www.thepagb.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/guidance_image_repetition.pdf
This Adjudication is now closed for entry with Prints but there are still spaces for PDI.
The Adjudication will be held in two different venues. Prints on Saturday 25 November in Nottingham and the hosts, N&EMPF, have secured an excellent venue for the November Adjudication. Unfortunately, the facility has proved unsuitable for the satisfactory projection of PDI which will be on Sunday 26 November in Oldbury at Smethwick PS Clubrooms in the Old Schoolhouse, Churchbridge, Oldbury, B69 2AS.
Both days will be open to an audience and ticket information has been sent to entrants. See above for ticket purchases. Tickets, priced at £15.00 are available from the Organising Secretary. Please include an sae for return. Although the Adjudication is being held in two venues, tickets for both Saturday and Sunday should both be purchased from the Organising Secretary. Cheques payable to the North & East Midlands Photographic Federation.
Organising Secretary. Carol J Cheetham CPAGB APAGB. 6, Twentylands, Rolleston-on-Dove,DE13 9AJ. email@example.com
Tickets are now available through the CES for the PAGB Inter-Club Print Championship which will be held in the Croston Theatre at the Westholme School, Blackburn, on Saturday 21 Oct. 2023. The ticket price is only £10 for a day full of excellent prints from the leading clubs in the UK, the opportunity to take part in a raffle with over £2,000 worth of prizes and the chance for bargains from the sponsor trade stands which accompany the competition. Click on the picture for more information.
Watch out for those tired old ‘substitution’ email scams, they are doing the rounds again.
What happens is that you get an email from someone pretending to be an officer of your club or your Federation and they are asking you for some kind of help, financial of course. The latest one targetted our Federation President.
Note, emails are not being hacked. They just pretend to be someone else by covering up the actual send email. The latest emails came from firstname.lastname@example.org but a name familiar to you is being used to disguise that bit.
Report all such emails by forwarding them to: email@example.com
The PAGB has produced a discussion document on the use of AI in Club photography. You can read it here.
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.
Rules Here Enter at: www.SmethwickInternational.com
Congratulations to Gwynfa and Bridgend who represented the WPF in the Natonal PDI Inter-Club Championships at Warwick. They qualified by finishing in the top two places at the WPF Ace of Clubs back in February.
Chorley PS and Wigan 10 shared the spoils in the Grand Final. The WPF clubs didn’t make it to the grand final so they contested the Plate final. Gwynfa finished joint 5th and Bridgend Joint 16th.
Overall results and individual awards can be seen here.
The event was judged by Steven LePrevost FRPS MPAGB AFIAP FIPF (SCPF), Sue Sibley ARPS DPAGB EFIAP/s BPE4 (SCPF) and Libby Smith MPAGB EFIAP HonPAGB HonSPF (SPF).
The PAGB Inter Federation Competition took place on Saturday 3 June and was organised by Lancashire & Cheshire Photographic Union.
The Competition was for prints in three categories: Mono Prints, Colour Prints and Nature Prints. The judges were: Jenny Hibbert MPAGB EFIAP/g AWPF, Roger Parry ARPS MPAGB EFIAP HonPAGB and Nick Hilton DPAGB EFIAP/b BPE5.
Continue reading “PAGB Inter Federation Results”
PAGB Awards for Photographic Merit – Trial of Two New Levels
In response to demand from Individuals, Clubs and Federations, the PAGB is introducing, on a trial basis, two new ways to achieve an Award for Photographic Merit.
Continue reading “PAGB APM – Trial of Two New Levels”
This year’s PAGB Inter-Federation Competition is, again, for prints only and our entries have been chosen from submissions to the Memorial Competitions and the Welsh Salon, together with photographs sent directly to Jenny Hibbert, who chose the majority of our entries. The lists of entries can be found below.
Colour Mono Nature
Congratulations to all the photographers whose work has been selected to represent the Federation. Now we await the adjudication which takes place over the weekend of 3 & 4 June. Watch this space!
Peter A Young LRPS CPAGB AFIAP HonPAGB