With honesty and vulnerability, Nigel uncovers how this art form became his therapeutic escape, providing solace and rejuvenation amidst life’s challenges.
Judge: Dai Knight
How Tom uses the urban landscape of to create engaging, eye catching street images.
Our turn to host this annual battle between ourselves, Barry & Rhondda. Bring-a-Buffet.
The March Open is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
Grete will take you on a journey through some of Brazil’s most beautiful areas, from the stunning Iguaçu Falls, jaguar hunting in the Pantanal, on boat trips through the Amazon to the birding paradise of Itaitaia.
Judge: Peter Weaver
On WEDNESDAY 3rd April
An anecdotal ramble through Andrew’s life as a photographer, the realities of shooting Covid 19 whilst also being a clinical practitioner as well as a look at his ongoing projects.
Bridgend members come along to entertain us for the evening.
The set subject ‘Pairs’ competition for the Jim Davis Trophy is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
Trevor takes us on a journey to one of the remotest parts of the North American continent.
Judge: Paul Branchflower
The Colour Challenge is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
How Paul, inspired by great portrait photographers, will take us through planning, lighting, shooting & editing. You may have seen his amazing portrait of Jenny Hibbert.
Judge: Wayne John
On MONDAY 13th May.
How thick is your skin? A fun evening looking at the joys and pitfalls of how to be a photography judge.
The May Opencompetition is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
Krish and a model will shows us various lighting set ups and techniques. Bring Your Camera!
Judge: Gareth Martin
Emma, who many of you will know from the RPC Club, shares her photographic journey from the start to present day – with all it’s ups and downs…
The June Open competition for the President’s Trophy is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
Golfer, motorcyclist and Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, Lillian will be showing us her amazing images of the night sky.
Judge: Dave Russell
Some of the mono images used on his journey to getting EPSA accreditation.
How Suzanne created her AWPF Panel, how she achieved BPE recognition and her thoughts and ideas for the future.
The September Open competition is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
Including print mounting, table top photography, the club archives, bric-a-brac and much more.
Judge: Mike Clatworthy
The Monochrome Challenge for the Colin Williams Trophy is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
Ron will be giving a general talk on the history of photography and how we got where we are, including a look at images from the Picture Post. Also, as Ron is the WPF FIAP officer, he’ll also be telling us about FIAP distinctions and how he got the many letters after his name.
Judge: Peter Young
Gwynfa members the Ceatons tell us about their three month long motorhome adventure to the Arctic Circle.
The October Open competition is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
Victoria’s talk looks at her more creative nature & wildlife photography work including macro, birds, mammals and a few landscapes. It covers how she took the shot, including lighting, composition and how to be more creative photographing nature. She will also look at multiple exposures in camera.
Judge: Ken Jacob
So who is better? The lads or the gals? Team captains will arrange image selection. An independent judge will assess our images in a this needle match. Winners will have bragging rights for one year!
The set subject ‘X’ competition for the Freespirit Images Shield is in two weeks so you need to bring your entries in this evening.
The return of the multi award winning British actor and photographer. He is probably best known for playing the badly behaved builder Charlie Stubbs in the UK TV show Coronation Street and farmer, James Barton, in Emmerdale. Tonight Bill shares wonderful images and how he photographs the wet stuff in all its glory. From waterfalls to seascapes, urban canals to mountain streams, Bill leaves no stone unturned in his quest to uncover the mysteries of H2O, and how we as photographers can help unlock its full potential.
Judge: Julie Morgan