Ian Ledgard has gained a Galaxy 1 Award in the PSA Colour Projected Image Division. The qualifying requirements being at least 363 acceptances with 121 different images. Ian is the first person from Wales to gain a Galaxy in any PSA Division. Well done!
Gwynfa Camera Club (with 182 points) won the 2011 Ace of Clubs competition hosted by Gwent Photographic & Digital Imaging Society. They pipped Bridgend by 2 points.The Plate competition was won by Llanelli. Continue reading “Gwynfa Wins Ace of Clubs 2011”
There were over 15,500 photographs entered in the 2010 Welsh Interntional Projected Images Salon with just over 3241 being accepted, 248 of them from members of W.P.F. clubs.
Congratulations if you were one of the successful entrants as standards were very high and a lot of extremely good photographs narrowly missed out. So if you didn’t get an acceptance, don’t be discouraged. Try again next year.
A rolling slideshow of all the Winning & Commended photographs can be seen below as can a full lists of acceptances and awards. (Click on “continue reading” below).
For the first time, Tenby Camera Club was delighted to host the Welsh Photgraphic Federation’s Memorial Trophy, at the Regency Hall in Saundersfoot. This WPF Photographic Competition, between 18 different Welsh Camera Clubs, was judged by Roger Parry ARPS, Hon. PAGB, AFIAP. He had travelled down from Birmingham for the day, to carry out the judging. Club members from clubs all over South Wales, over 100 in total, gathered in Saundersfoot, and each club entered 4 Prints in the competition. Clubs from as far apart as Llanelli, Crosskeys (Western Valley), Cardiff and Ebbw Vale took part.
Cardiff Camera Club (19 points)won the 29th Stanley Chell Trophy with Ebbw Vale (18 points) second and Inn Focus (17 points) third. A further nine clubs tied for fourth place on 16 points. Best Monochrome photograph was ‘The Gate Keeper‘ (Cardiff). Best Colour photograph was ‘Sorry, No Fuel Today‘ (Port Talbot) and Best Landscape was ‘Dryslwyn Castle’ (Llanelli). A further 17 photographs scored the top mark of five. The judge, John Gould FRPS, changed the traditional ‘out of 20’ scoring system by marking from three to five.