To all our photographic friends….please share with your members, friends and neighbours. This is a Show open to all, adults and children.
Just a note to let you know that the Flower Show – with classes for photography, soft fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, floral arrangements, preserves, home baking, Arts & Crafts – will definitely being taking place this year on Saturday 17th July in the Mundham Village Hall. Not long now!
The full list of classes can be downloaded from our website www.mundhamgala.co.uk together with the Entry Form. Set up 8am – 10am.
The Committee regrets that latest Covid 19 Government Guidelines mean that the outdoor event and attractions have been cancelled but THE SHOW WILL GO ONSee attached schedule. Any questions or comments, please contact me, email@example.com Joanna Armandias.
I have updated the web page about the Novium Exhibition, Chichester Camera Club – A Celebration of People and Places, to include a link to the film about the archive material we showed at the end of the AGM.
The page can be found under the Exhibitions Menu and here:
Please upload your annual exhibition entries. As a reminder, you can enter up to 6 images, which should be 1920 x 1080 maximum in jpeg and no bigger than 5MB. They can be of any subject and in mono or colour. The deadline for entries is Thursday 28th May.
Please note that you should enter in the class you are in for PDIs – that is, if you are in Advanced for prints and Intermediate for PDIs – you enter in Intermediate. The exhibition will be judged – you can find the list of awards on the previous Annual Exhibition post https://chichestercameraclub.org.uk/annual-exhibition-2021/. The special award for photographs taken in a 10 mile radius of the centre of Chichester must be of a recognisable location but otherwise can be of any subject. That is for instance, an image of the Bishop’s Garden can be entered, a single flower in the garden can’t.
Everyone is guaranteed that at least one of their submitted images will be included in the exhibition. While there is no requirement to make your entries into a panel (that is, work out how the images sit best next to each other) and unlike for the print exhibition we cannot accept suggested hanging plans from you this year, it will be very helpful in making the overall exhibition look good if you can think about submitting images that work sympathetically together.
This year’s PDI of the Year Competition will be judged by Clive Tanner FRPS MPAGB APAGB. This year we will be returning to the normal format of having the PDI judged as part of the judging of the Annual Exhibition, which Clive is also judging for us.
The competition is open to all classes and each member may enter up to two entries. Each entries must have already been judged in a PDI competition in this season (2020-2021). So all you have to do is select your two favourite entries and upload them.
Entries must be in by end of day 28th of May 2021.
This RPS Zoom meeting is in 2 parts: in the first half Dr Preston will speak to us about research & execution strategies (see below) and in the second half there will be an opportunity for up to 3 members to offer one of their ongoing projects for discussion and feedback from fellow members and the speaker.
Rivers, Trees, Journeys – Yan Wang Preston Dr Yan Wang Preston, will discuss research and execution strategies for long-term photographic projects. She will use two of her own projects as case studies: for Mother River (2011-2014), she photographed the entire 6,211km Yangtze River in China at precise 100km intervals. For Forest (2010-2017), she followed the adaptation journeys of transplanted old trees in new Chinese cities. Both projects have won major awards, shown internationally and published extensively. Dr Preston will focus on a holistic research approach termed as Deep Mapping, in which contextual and historical research, technical experiments and a bodily intervention within the landscape all contribute to generate new artistic insights.Dr Preston – Biog Dr Yan Wang Preston is a British-Chinese artist interested in landscape, ecology and identity. Her long-term projects, Mother River and Forest, won major awards including the 1st Prize, Professional Landscape, Sony World Photography Awards 2019. Both projects are published by Hatje Cantz in 2018. She holds a PhD in Photography from the University of Plymouth and lectures at the University of Huddersfield, UK.
You need to be logged in to the website to view them. Also, some of the books are quite large so you may hit performance issues on smaller/older laptops.
The page shows each book as a thumbnail with a set of controls around it. You can flip the pages of each book using the angled brackets (< >) to the left and right of the thumbnail, but the best way to view the book is to press the icon shown circled in red:
This will open the book in lay flat mode with 3D animation, full screen. To return back to the page with all the books, press the same icon again
Please note that some of the books are very big (> 200Mb) so it can take a while to load pages, please be patient.
Patron: The Right Worshipful Mayor of Chichester. Affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Southern Counties Photographic Federation.
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