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A great illustrated presentation on aerial photography

Very many thanks to Marc Le Cornu of Bam Perspectives - Jersey for his superb presentation this evening, giving us a detailed insight into his aerial photography and all that it entails. 
A wide variety of stunning images from a range of different angles.
Check out his sites:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BamPerspectivesJersey/?ref=br_rs
Web: https://www.bamperspectives.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bam_perspectives/?hl=en

Christmas Dinner Dance

Here are the details for JPC’s  fabulous Christmas evening of a Dinner and Dance at the St Brelade Bay Hotel, Saturday, 8th December at 7.30pm (requested).  

Great 5 course menu at £42 including 5% service charge.

To confirm your place we will need the full amount and also your menu choices.  

Should be a great evening and definitely one to add to your calendar!

Guernsey versus Jersey 2017 Inter-Insular Photography Competition

For those who were unable to attend last evening's announcement of results from earlier in the year.

20 images from the Guernsey Photographic Club and 20 from the Jersey Photographic Club were judged by Chris Tostevin-Hall LRPS, President of the Spectrum Computer Club.

Marking each image out of a maximum of 10 (4 for Impact, 3 for Technical and 3 for Effort) the final total scores were:

Guernsey 153.5 and Jersey 157.5

Congratulations to all who had images selected - nice to get an 'away' win! 

Jersey Eisteddfod - Photography Section

Jersey Eisteddfod

The Deutsche Bank Spring Festival Of Creative Arts 2016 - Photography Section

The Exhibition will take place at the RJA&HS Exhibition Hall, Trinity and will be open to the public from Thursday 10th March - Sunday 13th March 2016 from 10.00 am - 6.00 pm (Closes on Sunday 13th March at 4.00 pm).
Prizegiving Wednesday 9th March 2016 - by invitation 6.45 pm at the Town Hall.

Link to Jersey Eisteddfod Website

Click to download Syllabus And Entry Form 2016


Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore - A Life Defiant - Exhibition

Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore challenged the boundaries of gender and sexual identity, campaigned against tyranny and resisted Nazi occupiers. Join the tour on a Saturday morning to find out more about Cahun's work.

They created some of the most startlingly original and enigmatic photographic images of the twentieth century. They were an extraordinary couple who lived, loved and worked together for more than 30 years.

Location: Jersey Museum and Art Gallery

Dates and Times: Wed 25 Mar 2015 10:00 - Sun 6 Sep 2015 16:00

Link to Jersey Heritage for more information

Link to ITV Information