Congratulations to Lisa Ainsley and Chris Parkin for obtaining their Licentiateship honours with the Photographic Society of New Zealand last week at the PSNZ National Convention held in Wellington. Both Lisa and Chris submitted a set of 10 images to the PSNZ honours board for judging by a panel of six back at the [...]
Congratulations to Club President Meg Lipscombe who has had her image “Swan Lake” picked as one of 80 PSNZ entries for the 4 Nations competition. 4 Nations is a competition between photographic societies in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Canada. The results of the competition will be announced mid-June.
If you were out and about in town today and went into the Rotorua Public Library you may have seen the Rotorua Camera Club’s display. Here is an image of three of our club members enjoying the day.
From left to right: Club Vice-President Des Baillie, Club President Meg Lipscombe and Committee Member Wieland Hartwig.
Congratulations Meg Lipscombe! Meg has been awarded two gold medals at the PSNZ annual National Exhibition (NATEX) competition. Meg was awarded the HS James Landscape Award for the best landscape print with ‘The Jetty’ and the Arthur Bates Memorial Award for the champion monochrome projected image with ‘The Scarf’. Meg also had [...]
The winners of the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards were announced on the 19th of March. The Open competition saw 46,184 entries this year, from across 160 countries.
Rotorua photographer and Rotorua Camera Club member Peter Graney placed in the top 50 images in this competition and was the second placed New Zealand photographer behind Joshua [...]