Month: December 2016

Photography Competition – Water in the Uplands

The Peak District National Park, Moors for the Future Partnership, Community Science project, have launched a Photography Competition. The theme this year is ‘Water in the Uplands’, and the deadline for entries is quite soon – midday 31st December 2016.   Water is a vital part of moorland and blanket bog ecosystems – allowing peat to form and wildlife to thrive. The partnership are looking for photos which show off water in these ‘upland’ habitats.   The competition is open to all amateur photographers and includes a prize for each age category. The prize in the ‘Adults’ category is an HD nestbox camera system worth £99; and the prize in the ’15 and under’ category Read More …

1st Open Print Competition 2016

South Tyne Interclub Print Competition - The Wave - 27 - Rob Halliburton

Our first Open print competition of 2016-17 season was held on 29th November and judged by our very own Gerry Adcock ARPS. Many thanks to Gerry who gave a very interesting evaluation of the images entered. The winners and images:   Colour Print Competition Results: 1st Place – Bamburgh – Stephen Smith 2nd Place – Down And Out In Warsaw – Adrian Christer 3rd Place – Homeward Bound – Gerry Stephens 4th Place – Hard Rock Café – Geoff Chrisp 5th Place – The Nab – David Theobald Highly Commended – City Sunrise – Gerry Stephens Highly Commended – Kings Cross Concourse – Adrian Christer Highly Commended – Evening at Bamburgh – Sue Lee     Read More …

Epson P50 Printer – For Sale

Epson P50 Printer in full working order and provided complete with mains lead, usb cable and CD tray.     The printer is currently setup with a Fotospeed tubeless inkflow system (refillable cartridges) and will come with the remaining spare ink. This works best when profiled to specific paper – I have been using Fotospeed PFLustre275 and MattUltra so could include the profiles to get you going. Alternatively you could easily switch back to Epson cartridges.   £50 – For more information please contact Stephen Smith.