North Wales Photographic Association
Cymdeithas Ffotograffig Gogledd Cymru
Member of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain
PAGB APMs held at Nottingham
Congratulations to the following NWPA members who were successful at the APM this weekend:
Pauline Jones of Rhyl PS who achieved BPAGB in prints
Paula Potts and Kay Newman both of Deeside, who achieved CPAGB in prints
Congratulations to Mold for winning our very own PDI Challenge on Sat 4th, with a score of 152pts, with Conwy coming second with 140pts.
Thank you to all the 12 clubs who took part.
Richard Hainsworth was awarded the best image of the day by the judge of the day, the Excllent Christine Widdall, for not only giving a superb talk and showing the variety of her work, but in pre-judging and then judging all the images on the day.
PDI CHallenge results... CLICK HERE
Mold Charirman, Andy Polakowski receiving the Salver for the Winning club from Christin Widdall.
Congratulations to Janet Davies of Mold Camera club who has been awarded the HonNWPA, being presented by our Charman Linda Bell.
Also a huge congratulations to John Williams for his work keeping Grws camera club boyant as their Treasurer for many a year, being awarded his HonNWPA by the Vice Charman, Jason Wahram.
Clwb Camera Cefni
Are proud to announce the have a new web site, please feel free to visit https://clwbcameracefni.org/
Abergele Camera Club
With a very heavy heart we have to inform you that Abergele camera club is no longer, they have disbanded effective immediately. We are deeply saddened by this, and wish the members all the best in the future, hoping they might find another club to join!
Apply now for the AWPF 2023 - Link to site
Cefni Camera Club
Some wonderful news, Cefni Camera Club has been brought back to life, after a lot of hard work in the background by previous members, they will be meeting at Canolfan Ebeneser, Bridge Street, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7PN - 19:00-21:00 on the last Wednesday of the month; September thru June inclusive. The first meeting being February 22nd 2023. Welcome back to the fold.
DPAGB - What is it?
The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) is a membership organisation that co-ordinates activities for
photographic Clubs in England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland (including the Channel Islands and Isle of Man)
through 15 geographical Federations, of which the NWPA is one.
Within their scheme of Awards for Photographic Merit (APMs) their second award is Distinction of the Photographic
Alliance of Great Britain and is held for life, a holder being entitled to insert the letters DPAGB after their name. The APMs are only open to members of Clubs affiliated to the PAGB through their Federations and they must have been an active member of an affiliated Club for a minimum of 3 years for DPAGB. It is not necessary to already be a holder of the CPAGB in order to apply for the DPAGB, you can go straight in at Distinction level if you wish.
Submissions are assessed at least twice a year by 6 assessors selected from the PAGB list of judges. Applicants may attend if they wish unless it is one of the occasional, closed "catch-up" sessions.
Each application will be assessed as individual pieces of work and should consist of the following: 15 monochrome prints or digital images OR 15 colour prints or digital images OR a mixture of 15 monochrome and colour prints or digital images - it cannot contain a combination of prints and digital images, it's either one or the other.
The standard required is summarised thus: “Photography that would be likely to achieve a high level of acceptance in Open Exhibitions.”
Cost is a one-off £90 (2018), no annual subscription is required.
Further details are to be found on the PAGB website.
Applications must be made through the current NWPA Awards Officer: Phil Chadwick.