Judging for the Dublin and South Leinster Regional (DSLR) round of the IPF Photographer or the Year (POTY) and Nature Photographer of the Year (NPOTY) was held in Malahide today, and we’d like to congratulate the following club members on their success in this round […]
On Saturday 3rd February Brian Hopper will give a printing workshop. For full details including see the entry in the Events calendar.
Results of Round 1 and two no available. If anyone has any questions or queries, please let me know Regards Gerry
The IPF Nature Photographer of the Year is now open for entries. Full details on the IPF website here. Celbridge Camera Club members have done very well in this competition in recent years, so we’ll be hoping for a strong participation again!
The closing date for entries to the IPF Photographer of the Year competition is midnight 30th November. Follow the link here if you want to enter.
More events have been added to the calendar for the remainder of the season ahead. While not all events are in the calendar as yet, it is complete out to the end of December, and shows the POTY hand in and judging nights for up […]
Just a reminder that there will be no meeting this coming Monday (30th October) as it is a bank holiday. The next club meeting will be Monday week (6th November) when we will have the judging for the 1st round of the league competition. Before […]
Well done to the club and to the following club members who were successful at the 35th IPF National AV championships which took place Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October 2017 in Aras Chronain Irish Cultural Centre, Watery Lane, Orchard Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22. The […]
The optional themes for this year’s POTY league competition are as follows: Round 1: Shapes Round 3: Solitude Round 5: Texture Please note that themed images apply to all grades, Novice, Intermediate and Advanced, and only apply to rounds 1, 3 and 5. If the […]
The IPF is requesting photographers to submit images for consideration to represent Ireland in the forthcoming Celtic Challenge being held in Scotland. The Biennial Selection Committee will be choosing a total of thirty images for the competition, but images may also be considered for future […]