Diary & Events

CAMBRIDGE DIGITAL COMPETITION

We are now taking ticket sales for the Digital Competition on 19th January 2019. The tickets remain at £8.00 each, for which you not only get to watch the competition, but also receive copious quantities of tea and cake.

This is an event that always sells out, but each club is allocated a minimum of two tickets (which will need to be paid for) and these will be held until 18th December 2019. From that date, if we have not heard of a club’s intention to purchase tickets, we may offer them for purchase to other clubs and individuals in the EAF. Depending on how ticket sales go we might need to restrict the maximum number of tickets each club can purchase, so some ticket requests might need to go on a ‘wait list’, but I’ll discuss that with you if it arises.

So please get your ticket requests in soon!

Please let me know how many tickets your club would like (including the two you are automatically allocated).

This year we are asking you to pay for the tickets via online Bank Transfer (BACS) and these are the details of the recipient account you will need to use:

Name of the account: Cambridge Camera Club

Sort code: 20-17-20

Account no: 13221687

Reference: please quote your individual unique club code you used when submitting images.

When you have done that, please email me to let me know you have paid and give me the name and address to which you want the tickets sent. I shall acknowledge those messages, but I shall send the individually numbered tickets out after Christmas to avoid problems with the Christmas mail.

Please let me know if any of your ticketholders have any disabilities that might (for example) require them to have an allocated parking space or sit near the front or in a wheelchair space, and whether any have food sensitivities or requests (such as vegan or gluten-free).

If you cannot possibly pay by online transfer, please let me know and we can discuss other arrangements.All the best,
Mark Farrington LRPS CPAGBInter-club Digital Competition Co-ordinatorCambridge Camera Club
http://www.cambcc.org.uk

The UK’s biggest photography & video show

Don’t miss the event for everyone passionate about photography and moving image at the NEC, Birmingham over 14-17 March 2020, whether you’re a beginner, enthusiast, pro, or anything in between.

• Over 32,000 like-minded visitors over 4 days
• The latest kit from over 300 brands
• Get inspired with exciting talks & live demos
• Learn from the best at tailored masterclasses
• Get hands on, practical advice
• Hear tales from legends of photography and filmmaking

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

https://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/wildlife-photographer-of-the-year.html

  • Adult £13.95
    Child £8.25
    Concession £10.95
    Family £29-£39.50

ROYAL MUSEUMS GREENWICH

Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year Exhibition

Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year returns with a brand new exhibition showcasing the world’s greatest space photography. 

This year the competition attracted an astonishing 4,602 entries from 90 different countries across the world.

Each spectacular image lets us see the universe in a whole new light

Essential information

Event Type: ExhibitionsSeasonOpening times: Daily | 10am – 5pm | Exhibition continues until 26 April 2020Location: National Maritime Museum

https://www.rmg.co.uk/whats-on/astronomy-photographer-year/exhibition

SCIENCE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

Science Photographer of the Year is the RPS’s new exhibition showcasing the best scientific photography, and photography of science selected by an expert panel from an open call made earlier this year. This year’s exhibition opens at the Science Museum, London, on 7 October.  

Visitors will be able to view aspects of the world around them from a scientific perspective, along with the invisible worlds revealed using specialist equipment and imaging techniques. The exhibition will also shed light on some of the more serious questions for which we look to science for answers, through thought-provoking images exploring human health, environmental conservation and the protection of endangered wildlife.

The 70 images on display have been captured using a range of modern technologies. From radio digital telescopes and the latest medical imaging equipment to the ubiquitous smartphone. The exhibition showcases rare scientific phenomena as well as the science that affects our everyday lives.

RPS Science Photography of the Year
Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2DD
7 October 2019 – 5 January 2020
Admission is free, but tickets are required and available here.
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