Saturday, 28 January 2017


On Monday night at the Club House the evening was spent reviewing the Postal Photographic Competition. A postal circle of between and ten members is formed and prints are circulated between members. Members then comment and score the prints out of 20 points. At the end of the season points are tallied up and the winners notified. Members do not have to be in the same club, and is the only event that members from different clubs participate at a local level. There were some very interesting and intriguing images on display. It is still not to late to join, first three nights are free. We meet at the Womens Institute Sawley, Monday nights 7:30.
After the holiday break the Camera Club resumed on Monday the 9th of January. The evening was devoted to reviewing the PDI (Projected Digital Images of the NEMPH (North & East Midlands Photographic Federation)Competition. The competition is an annual even and 40 camera clubs from all over the region took part, the judges had to review over 1600images, reducing these to around 300 which were selected for further reviewing. Sadly Long Eaton Camera Club members did not manage to make it into the second round.
Winners of the PDI competition were Rolls Royce,of the three hundred or so images for further review more sixty belonged to the Rolls Royce Club.

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