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SxPF presents a FREE talk to its members on
Saturday 21st November 2020 at 7pm till 8pm approx. This talk will be presented by Lawrence Homewood EFIAP BPE2 CPAGB
Title: Access to Photography – 5 Portrait Photographers
Access to Photography – 5 Portrait Photographers
Lawrence Homewood EFIAP as part of his ACCESS TO PHOTOGRAPHY presentations will be looking at five, distinctly different, well known photographers and how their styles differ from each other.
Showing you how they go about photographing their subjects and the end results. The idea behind this presentation is to inspire club photography and show how, within one genre, styles can be so different.
He looks at the work of David Bailey, Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz, Terry Richardson and Steve McCurrey. We critique three images hoping if possible to get audience participation or feedback.
Finally Lawrence concludes his presentation with a working example taken at the Kitsch Studio and Woodlands Gardens where he takes inspiration from all 5 photographers showing you how he set up the studio and obtained his end results. This is a new presentation has been put together during the current lock-down. Time 40 minutes approximately. If you are interested in seeing this online talk we have supplied the links below.
Zoom SxPF is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Lawrence Holmwood Talk
Time: Nov 21, 2020 19:00 London
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 957 0422 7691
Can all the member clubs please pass this information onto their members as we are keen to do more of these presentations and encourage other members to do similar presentations in the future and get more interaction between member clubs. We would like to see as many of you as possible
Our Club won the Best club entry for the prints and the highly commended for the Club entry for PDIs in The SCPF 2020 Annual Exhibition. Well done!
Prints individual awards:
Third place Ann McDonald
Highly Commended John Howes
Highly commended for the print mono section Richard Corkrey
Highly commended in PDIs Jim Munday
Congratulations to Chichester Camera Club which won The Southern Photographic Federation Print and PDI Championships which were held on Sunday 24thMarch.
Dalmatian Pelican Defending Territory © Sheila Tester, featured above, won the best image in the PDI Championship and a Gold Medal. Congratulations Sheila!
Twenty four clubs from the Federation took part in the PDI Championships and twenty one clubs took part in the Print Championshiip. Chichester Camera Club were the winners in both competitions.
Chichester members won a Gold Medal, a Silver Medal, and a total of five Highly Commended Certificates. Congratulations to everyone who had images in the competition, each image contributed to our final result.
The following images have been selected for our inter-club competitions which will be held in MARCH and APRIL
THE SOUTHERN PHOTOGRAPHIC FEDERATION INTER-CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
This will take place on the 24THMarch 2019. The venue is The John O’Gaunt School, Priory Road, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0AN
SCPF PRINT CHAMPIONSHIP IMAGES
|Abandoned Farmhouse||Frank Adams|
|At the Imperial City||Chris Gledhill|
|Bonnet Mushrooms (Mycena Galericulata)||David Harris|
|Carmine Bee-Eater over the Zambezi||Phil Shaw|
|Chasing the Light||Richard Corkrey|
|Coprinus Disseminatus||Sheila Tester|
|Dalmatian Pelican||Ann McDonald|
|Gannet Defending Space||Ann McDonald|
|Hearth and Home||Lorna Brown|
|On his Bike||Peter Rocchiccioli|
|Porcelain Fungus in Dappled Light||Sheila Tester|
|Reaching for the Moon (Mycena)||David Harris|
|Red Stag||Graham Ainge|
SCPF PDI CHAMPIONSHIP IMAGES
|Black Hairstreak Satyrium Pruni||Ross Laney|
|Canary Wharf||Michael Palmer|
|Dalmatian Pelican Defending Territory||Sheila Tester|
|Gannet Bonding Behaviour||Ann McDonald|
|Gannets Sky Pointing||Ann McDonald|
|London Infinity||Michael Palmer|
|Poplar Hawk Moth||Ross Laney|
|Racket Tailed Pufflet Aerial Combat||Phil Shaw|
|Riona in a Lace Skirt||Glyn Edmunds|
|Stradbally Strand||Lorna Brown|
|The Scoundrel and the Scholar||John Howes|
|The Sheep Judge||John Howes|
|Tiger Action Portrait||Phil Shaw|
|Vashti Cunningham USA||Andy Dulson|
THE CROUCH SHIELD PDI COMPETITION
This will take place on Friday 22ndMarch. The venue is Henfield Village Hall, Coopers Way, Henfield, BN5 9DB, United Kingdom.
CROUCH SHEILD IMAGES
|Cheetah in the Evening||Phil Shaw|
|Church at Vik||Sheila Tester|
|Crash Landing Pelican||Ann McDonald|
|Moth to the Flame||Ross Laney|
|Mycena with Gossamer Thread||Sheila Tester|
|Portrait of a Lady||Ann McDonald|
|The Narrowboatman||John Howes|
|Tiger Portrait||Phil Shaw|
SUSSEX FEDERATION PRINT CHAMPIONSHIP
This will take place on 6thApril 2019, at the The King’s Centre, Burgess Hill
SUSSEX FED CHAMPIONSHIP IMAGES
|A Beautiful Smile||Mike Harris|
|Little Red Riding Hood?||Richard Ryder|
|The Hot Tap||Ray Thurgood|
|En Vogue||Jonathan Fiske|
|Gallery, Stockholm||Guy Partington|
|The Turbine Hall, Tate Modern||Heather Buckle|
|Little Blue Boat||Carmel Lynch|
|Devon Beach||Wendy Chalk|
|In the Shadow of the Budha||Mike Hancock|
|Haircut Sir?||Mike Hancock|
|Angry Leopard||Chris Gledhill|
|Fox on the Prowl||Chris Gledhill|
I am delighted to announce that Jim Munday’s image Port in a Storm (above) has been chosen by the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) to represent England/Northern Ireland in the FIAP Colour Print Biennial 2019.
It is a great honour for the club that the work of one of our members has been chosen to represent the country in this very prestigious Biennial competition. Congratulations Jim!
Congratulations to Graham Walls who has been enrolled on the Southern Counties Photographic Federation Roll of Honour.
Graham Walls accepting his award from Peter Rocchiccioli, President of the Southern Counties Photographic Federation
Graham is hugely deserving of this award, which is given in recognition of his long service to the Chichester Camera Club. He has been a stalwart of our club for over forty years. In addition to his several years of service as Print Competition Secretary he was also Chairman of our Selection Committee for many years. In this capacity he has been very supportive of our external competitions. He also served on the club committee for an extended period of time. Now in his late eighties, he continues to work for the club, each Thursday he still sets out all the chairs for the meeting before any of the other members have even arrived.
Congratulations Graham, the club is very proud of your achievment.
Please see the message from Paul Stone, Horndean Camera Club, below.
Secretary, SCPFHello Sue,Could you please circulate this email to all camera clubs in the SCPF area.PLEASE BE AWAREA fraudster has obtained names & email addresses of our club chairman & club secretary & has sent an email in the name of the chairman using a slightly altered club chairman email address to the club secretary email address using both of our names as stated on the club website.The email from the chairman is asking me, the secretary, to pay an outstanding invoice for unspecified goods. I am 99% sure that the fraudster has got the details of myself & the chairman from our website as they are the only contact details stated on our website.Should any other club have a similiar attempt made to demand that an invoice be paid by your club for unspecified goods, please notify me at email@example.com & I will co-ordinate the details to be past on to the police fraud section.Thank you.
—RegardsPaul StoneHorndean Camera Club
Paul Stone LRPS, ASINWP & ASITTP