Norwich & District Photographic Society

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Image of the Year Competition...

Maurice Young, April 24 2019

With last night's fifth and final round concluding this year's Photographer of the Year Competition our focus is now on the last competition of this season to select the Projected (PDI) and Print images of the Year on Tuesday 28th May at the Methodist Hall in Chapel Field Road. Last night's POTY round was won by Neil Hall with Egg and Spoon Race, w...

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Competitions

Next year's International 3-way Battle...

Maurice Young, April 23 2019

I received an email over the Easter period from our friends in Koblenz about the next International Battle between Koblenz, Nivernais and ourselves.  I've copied the email below which set's out the theme for the competition: I hope you have had a nice Easter with your families. Here we had a warm  summer day with no clouds in the sky, but the weath...

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News

Data Protection - Images of people

Maurice Young, April 19 2019

The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) to which Norwich and District Photographic Society is affiliated to through the East Anglian Photographic Federation (EAF) has considered one aspect of EU-GDPR (data protection regulations) and issued advice to member Societies and Clubs concerning data protection and images of people

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Events

David Noton's Chasing the Light Road Show is bound for Norwich

Maurice Young, April 18 2019

Norwich & District Photographic Society Even if you have been fortunate to see a previous Road Show, the 2019 show is full of new photographs from recent shoots and trips around the world, many of which have not been shown before. BBC Wildlife magazine said David’s images were “a collection of jaw-droppingly beautiful views of some of the most spe...

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Competitions

Result of Annual Print Panel Award

Maurice Young, March 28 2019

Sue Badger won this year's Annual Print Panel Award for her excellent architectural panel of three individual images titled 'Isle of Dogs'. Presenting the trophy to Sue the judge Brian Carlick said the overall standard throughout the competition was high with 2 or 3 panels pushing for first place Sue's panel in particular stood out and was theref...

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Events

Astrophotography - a Special Presentation by Shaun Reynolds

Maurice Young, March 28 2019

The acclaimed East Aglian Astrophotographer will be making a Special Presentation to Norwich & District Photographic Society memmbers and their guests at the Methodist Hall, Chapel Field Road Norwich on Tuesday 16th April 2019 at 7:30pm Shaun lives in the beautiful South Norfolk town of Bungay. A passionate astro imager and general photograph...

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News

Get your copy of In Focus Edition No:54 now

Maurice Young, March 8 2019

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Events

Jayne Odell ARPS - The Monochrome Effect

Maurice Young, February 27 2019

Jayne Odell ARPS is a fine art photographer from Newmarket in Suffolk, specialising in coastal, landscape and equine photography. She will be bringing her successful lecture ‘The Monochrome Effect’ to Norwich & District PS on Tuesday 5th March. She will share some of her favourite images with the club, and the stories that go with...

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David Noton's Chasing the Light Roadshow is coming to Norwich...

Maurice Young, February 26 2019

Join Norwich & District Photographic Society for an evening of photographic inspiration and entertainment from around the world. Renowned landscape and travel photographer David Noton’s acclaimed Chasing the Light Road Show is coming to Norwich on September 14th 2019. Chasing the Light Roadshow 2019, is no ordinary talk on photography. Visitors...

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SI Groups

Landscape Group Shoot

Maurice Young, February 20 2019

This Sunday’s Landscape Group (24th February) shoot will take place at Brancaster on the Norfolk coast.Brancaster beach is yet another of Norfolk's glorious beaches, with miles and miles of unspoilt golden sand, as far as the eye can see, and also has the added advantage of housing the remains of an old shipwreck, seen when the tide is out.

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