The club has been made aware of the 2018 “Zero Footprints” charity competition, which is looking for entries on the theme of the environment, the climate and our impact on it. There is an entry fee of £5 to enter one image or £15 to enter up to 4 images in each of 3 categories. Click the following link for details:
The closing date is 15th August 2018, so there is hardly time to book a holiday to an exotic location to capture the kind of images they are looking for, but perhaps you already have something in your collection, or you can find something closer to home?
P.S. We successfully transferred the library exhibition from Prestonpans to Craigmillar this weekend. It’s looking good. Click here for the dates and locations if you would like to see it for yourself.
Members may be interested in two photography competitions which are open for entries at the moment. Click on the links below for more information:
Go Wild Scotland photo competition : Send in photographs captured on the “Sustrans” national cycle network. Closing date Monday, 18th June 2018.
Scottish Portrait Awards : The Scottish Portrait Awards are open to anyone born, living or studying in Scotland, and 16 years old by 1 October 2018. Entries close on 30 June 2018.
The following competition is not yet open, but watch this space:
Scottish Photography Awards : Scotland Photography Competition and Regional Photo Awards. To qualify for entry in this regional competition, any photos you wish to enter, must have been taken in Scotland.
A reminder that we have our last competition of the season tomorrow evening (Thursday, 12th April) at 7:30pm. Please bring along 1, 2 or 3 JPEG images on the theme of “The Colour Blue”, on a CD or data stick. If you are bringing images with you, please try and come early so we have time to load them before we start. If you have already emailed your images to George he will load them onto the laptop for you. The images will be judged by members on the night, and there will be a prize for the best image.
If the weather is kind to us, there will be an outdoor photoshoot next week (19th April). I will be asking for ideas on possible evening locations around the Musselburgh area.
There are still some empty slots on the library exhibition rota. If you can spare a couple of hours on a Saturday to help transfer the exhibition between libraries during the summer, please sign the sheet in room G3. We need two people per slot.
The 15-way Borders Digital Challenge competition takes place this Sunday, 18th March 2018 from 2pm to 5pm at the Tower Mill Cinema, 2 Kirkstile, Hawick, TD9 0AE. The event is being hosted by Hawick Camera Club. The Tower Mill Cinema is part of the Heart of Hawick, and there is a cafe on site. After our success in the 8-way competition we have every chance of doing well in this competition as well.
Click here for information on the venue.
Click here for a map and directions.
Great news! Musselburgh Camera Club won the 8-way competition in Roslin last weekend. The overall scores were:
- Musselburgh Camera Club, Prints 90, Digital Image 91, Total 181
- Livingston Camera Club, Prints 88, Digital Image 89, Total 177
- Mid Calder Camera Club, Prints 85 Digital Image 90, Total 175
- Galashiels Camera Club, Prints 82, Digital Image 92, Total 174
- Midlothian Camera Club, Prints 85, Digital Image 84, Total 169
- Biggar Camera Club, Prints 78, Digital Image 84, Total 162
- North Berwick Photographic Society, Prints 81, Digital Image 80, Total 161
- Beeslack Penicuik Camera Club, Prints 76, Digital Image 81, Total 157
Well done to everyone whose images were entered.