Wayne Paulo – Wayne’s People in Pictures

Wayne's People in Pictures

Wayne Paulo, former proffessional photographer – and now member of North Fylde Photographic Society – will be presenting his talk “Wayne’s People in Pictures” on Tuesday 18th September. Walking us through the stories of some the many famous faces he has captured during his career, and how he came to be photographing them.

Post Production and Narrative Intent

Speaker David Nightingale of chromasia.com spoke on Post Production and Narrative Intent: the role of post production in photography and conceptualisation.

David opened the first part of his presentation with an insight into both his and his wife’s work. His own is a mix of portrait, landscape and ‘street’ photography, with all images involving some measure of post production editing. However, what shone through was that his working method included as much creative decision making before the shot was taken as after.

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The Updated Competition Rules

This season 2017-18 has seen a change to some of the rules regarding competition entries. The L&CPU standard sizing has been increased to 1200px by 1600px for digital images, which we have also adopted. In addition to this, and after the success we had last season with the Seasonal PDI competitions, there have been some changes to the number of entries per competition.

This article will cover the notable changes to the rules. For the full rules please read the competition rules listed on the Downloads page. Continue reading “The Updated Competition Rules”

Colour – A Pigment of the Imagination

The third of this season’s guest presentations was given by Gordon Jenkins APAGB MIoP.

Gordon is a man with many roles and distinctions in the world of photography: President and Treasurer of Chorley Photographic Society, Treasurer and former President of the L&CPU, Chairman of the BPE and, above all, the new President of the PAGB itself. So we were lucky and privileged to have such a busy man in our midst.

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