Month: May 2014

May online winners announced

Well the waiting is over. The May on-line competition results are below. Phil Gledhill was the judge this month and he very promptly returned his decisions but convention has it that we let everyone “stew” for a few days before

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Successes for Les Forrester

Les Forrester has been a member of the club for many years and has walked off with just about every prize the club has (it must cost him a fortune in silver polish!). In recent years he’s been studying for

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May online competition entries revealed

The monthly online competition for May was “Still Life” and the entries are pretty varied – some of them are pretty! Phil Gledhill, winner of various competitions of late, is to be the judge this month but as usual you

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Evening outing to Sandal Castle Wednesday 4th June

An evening outing on June 4th for actually taking photographs!  These outings are always interesting with a chance to take and compare shots, have a natter, get a bit of advice and generally enjoy photography. Members should meet at the

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An evening of BIG prints!

On Monday 19th May Howard Tate (President of the Yorkshire Photographic Union) treated the club to an evening with real impact. His theme for the talk was BIG prints and he certainly delivered that. Howard had brought several very large

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Success at the YPU Exhibition

On Saturday 3rd May there was the Annual Assembly and Exhibition of the Yorkshire Photographic Union (YPU). This is a chance for members of all the 67 clubs in the YPU (Wakefield C C is one) to show off their

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Wakefield CC win again!

On Thursday 15th May, the annual “4 Clubs Competition” was held between Pontefract, Castleford, Normanton and Wakefield clubs. This year it was Wakefield who were triumphant As usual it was a close fought contest but the final scores were Pontefract

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Results of the Third Clubman Competition

A packed house at Brookhouse Club eagerly anticipated the judging of the 3rd Clubman Competition, the subject being “Fauna”. This left the field wide open with subjects ranging from insects to tigers, birds to fish and everything in between. The

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