Monthly Archives: January 2015

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UPMINSTER V BRENTWOOD PRINT BATTLE I guess that it rates alongside all the great rivalries, The ould firm rivalry between Glasgow Rangers & Celtic, Liverpool versus Everton, Ali v Frazier. Kasparov and Fischer. The makers […]

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DIGITAL PROJECTED IMAGES January 20th 2015 I still miss the good old days of slides or the more technical term of transparencies. With Dennis on the projector, giving us a good old groan with his […]

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DIGITAL PROJECTED IMAGES COMPETITION Winning Images January 20th 2015 ADVANCED 1st Kingfisher by Reg Mellis 2nd Girl in The Light by Bradley Beck-Hill 3rd Grey Heron by Reg Mellis Highly Commended Fox Cubs by Reg […]

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OUTINGS COMPETITION 2014-15 January 13th 2015 Winning Images for the three Outings Competitions. Judged by Bernard Turnbull ARPS DPAGB DIGITAL PROJECTED IMAGES 1st A Break in Poor Weatherby Lin Wilcox 2nd John Player Special, Classic […]

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OUTINGS COMPETITIONS I always enjoy the Safari and Outings evenings as it is interesting to see other peoples “take” on a place or event. Like The Rochester Dickens Festival, with two pictures of Miss Haversham, […]

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Monthly Print January 2015 Winners of January Monthly Print ADVANCED 1st 47 Trees Kevin Sykes 2nd DawnBrian Clark 3rd Cycle Race Stratford Velodrome George Kaim Intermediate 1st Chrysanthemum Reflection Andy Taylor 2nd An Explosion of […]

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Andy Makes The Final

Our very own Vice Chairman “Andy Taylor” has made it through to the final four images from thousands of entries for the “Licentiate Royal Photographic Society’s Photographer of the Year” Even made the local news […]

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Monthly Print The Turkey has all been eaten, your selection box is empty, the Brussels are a distant memory (well almost). No more Morecombe & Wise for another year, and you have forgiven Santa for […]

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