MidPhot Entries now open for 2023

MidPhot 2023
Celebrating 60 years


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Opens for entries on Jan 1st
closing date for entries: Feb 11th

Exhibition will be held at the
Old Schoolhouse, Churchbridge, Oldbury
March 22nd to 26th

Classes and Awards

Colour Prints
Best Print–Judith & Roger Parry Trophy
Best Landscape–MidPhot Golden Jubilee Trophy
Best Portrait–Jill and Peter Young Trophy

Monochrome Prints
Best Print -Terry Chapman TrophyBest Landscape–Phil Swain Trophy
Best Portrait Print

Projected Digital Images
Best General Image–Mildred Sothern Trophy 
Best Landscape–Graham Hodgkiss Trophy 
Best Contemporary Image–Bert Gutteridge Trophy
Best Projected Portrait–Sutton Coldfield Trophy

Nature Prints
Best Print–Alex Watson Memorial Trophy
Best Print of a Mammal–David Moore Trophy

Nature Projected Images
Best Image–MCPF 75th Anniversary Trophy
MidPhot Nature Trophy

Each judge in each class will be able to award an MCPF Medal to a photograph of their choice. 
MCPF Ribbons will be awarded in each class.

Club website goes live

our brand new website has been published for the new season. We will make sure that the site will be kept up to date so keep coming back for regular updates.

Summer Competition

Rugeley & Armitage Camera Club

Summer Project 2022

This is an Idea put forward from Margaret Beardsmore as a ‘Summer Project’ we haven’t tried it before but members have often said in other year’s at the last meeting of the season ‘What am I going to do with myself now? Well here’s the perfect answer.

When you’re out & about or on holiday throughout the summer why not take pictures based on the word  PICTURES

P – Patterns

I – Insects

C – Curves

T – Trees

U – Utensils

R – Reflections

E – Eyes

S – Statues

We ask you to take new Images covering these subjects, It will be a PDI fun competition which you could send to us via ‘We Transfer’ or pop them on a stick and we will view them on the first night back in September, Points can be awarded for each Image by members & the one with the highest total of points will win a small prize.

This may not be suitable for everyone but why not give it a go?