See a selection of the photos taken by NFPS members when we were welcomed into the dress rehearsal to capture images of the Blackpool Tower Circus Pantomime earlier this season.
Blackpool Illuminations are always spectacular, even on a stormy, rainy night. North Fylde’s annual trip out to the ‘loomies’ threw in some new obsticles this year as well as the usual challenges of night time photography. Wind and rain. However in the two hour gap between downpours the members who attended took advantage, and collected some wonderfully unique shots. Continue reading “Loomies Night 2018”
Once again Blackpool Operatic Players were kind enough to invite us to watch and photograph the dress rehearsal of their latest production, Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
PRISCILLA is the heartwarming, uplifting adventure of three friends who hop aboard a battered old bus searching for love and friendship and end up finding more than they had ever dreamed of. – BOP
Roughly 20 of our members attended and took great delight in tackling the challenge of low light theater photography.
Morrisons supermarket in Cleveleys arranged to host North Fylde Photographic Society for a clever and challenging competition.
Society members were invited into the store for a day, to photograph any aspects of the supermarket they wished. Continue reading “Morrisons Store Photo Competition”
See a selection of the photos taken by our members when we were granted access to capture images of the Blackpool Tower Circus Pantomime, earlier this season.
Our night at the Illuminations began in the daylight, with many of our attendees drawn down to the beach by Central Pier to capture the stunning sunset before gathering by the pier’s entrance to begin the night. The weather held up, with clear skies not getting too chilly. Continue reading “Night at the Illuminations 2017”
Another day out during the out of season excursions, this time to Leighton Moss. Some had never been before, so it was a new photographic opportunity for them to take some wildlife pictures. Continue reading “Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve”