A very proud Mum...!
Inspiring, Spellbinding, Wonderous and Extraordinary..!
The mother of Jacob Lawes’ (12) was clearly a very proud Mum when she watched her son being awarded with his certificate for winning the inaugural junior category of this year’s Open Public Competition organised by Norwich & District Photographic Society with his photograph Sheringham Steam Train by David Noton during the interval of his Chasing the Light Road Show.
Also present to collect her certificate for being a runner-up in the junior competition was Eden Willimott (13). Unfortunately, Elizabeth Rose Wotton (11) who was also a runner-up in the junior competition was unable to be present but we shall get her certificate to her as soon as possible.
Important information for people attending David Noton's Chasing the Light Road Show
Norwich & District Photographic Society would like to say thank you to everyone who has been in contact to say what a great time they had on Saturday night (14th September) when David Noton’s Chasing the Light Road Show finally arrived in Norwich.
David had promised that this would be no ordinary photographic talk as the audience travelled around the world sharing in his experiences behind the lens in a diverse range of situations and environments. So, it turned out as David took every one of the enthralled audience in the Thomas Paine Lecture Theatre at the University of East Anglia (UEA) on an incredible journey around the world in pictures and video.
The outcome...? Inspiring, spellbinding, wonderous and extraordinary – just a few of the words that have been used by those lucky enough to there to describe the Road Show and the quality of David’s photography.
Making the Ordinary Extraordinary...!
THIS POST CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PEOPLE ATTENDING THIS SATUDAY’S DAVID NOTON CHASING THE LIGHT ROAD SHOW.
Venue; Thomas Paine Lecture Theatre, UEA Norwich Research Park, Chancellors Drive, Norwich, NR4 7TR
The Thomas Paine Lecture Theatre is located approximately half way along Chancellors Drive just past the first bus stop/shelter on the righ thand side of the road. Please enter the theatre by the main entrance on Chancellors Drive.where there will be someone from the Society to greet and direct you into the main foyer.
Please note that doors open at 7:00pm and David Noton’s presentation will start at 7:30pm sharp.
With so many members still away on holiday Chapel Field Road was nevertheless full of exiting members and eight new members who we were delighted to welcome as new members of the Society for the first special presentation of the new season presented by Damien Demolder.
Damien Demolder began his talk at Norwich & District Photographic Society by asking everyone present to define ‘street photography’. What followed was entirely predictable as one by one members gave textbook answers to the question. After a few minutes Damien recalled a workshop where he asked the same question and after having received similar answers, he finally e got to a youngster at the end of the group who was participating in the workshop – Street photography is all about making the ordinary extraordinary the youngster replied...!
Outdoor Photography declares David Noton's Chasing the Light Road Show is 'A Night to Remember'
Norwich & Ditrict Photographic Society member Bob Darts andf his friend Alan Prter are holding an exhibition of their work entitled ‘Exposures’ at the Pennoyers Centre, Pulham St. Mary near Diss from 3rd through to the 18th September.
Just two weeks to the start of the New Season at NDPS...
There are now less than 20 days before Norwich and District Photographic Society hosts David Noton’s inspirtational ‘Chasing the Light Road Show’ when it arrives in Norwich.
David Noton is recognised as one of the world’s leading landscape and travel photographers, who runs his own highly successful freelance photography company from Sherborne, Dorset, UK. His passion for photography, travel and the world’s most beautiful locations are the defining influences that have shaped his life, work and creative approach to photography. The BBC has described some of his latest work as beathtakingly beautiful…!
Open Public Competition 2019 - Review
With just two weeks to go before the new season opens at Norwich and District Photographic Society all the final preparations are well advanced and we are working hard to ensure everything goes to plan.
Our programme has contained many superb presentations in the past 12 months during which time our membership has continued to grow, and our regular meetings and Special Interest Group meetings have all been well supported. Hopefully this season will be even better with many great highlights throughout the season and a number of important new initiatives being introduced.
Here is a summary of the main activities during the first month:
The final twenty images in this Year's Open Public Competition are announced...
When Norwich & District Photographic Society decided last year to hold an Open Public Competition for the first time everyone involved was a little apprehensive because we had no idea what the response would be. Quickly it became clear that there was no reason for our concern as photographers throughout East Anglia and in some caes far beyond started to post images on our Facebook page. The outcome was so succesful and the quality of the images submitted so good we decided not only to make the competition an annual event but to add this year a junior category.
Open Photographic Competition
Here they are - the final 20 images selected by our members' panel to have made the shortlist for this year's NDPS Open Photographic Competition. All of the shortlisted entries get a free ticket (that will be awaiting be awaiting them at the door) to our David Noton 'Chasing the Light Roadshow' on Saturday 14th September at 7pm at UEA, Thomas Paine Lecture Theatre.
An in depth study of Norfolk's lovely medieval churches
Tonight at midnight our 2nd Open Public Competition closes and we begin the mammoth task of selecting the three photographs that will be displayed at this year’s Annual Exhibition at Norwich Cathedral in September.
David Noton's Chasing the Light Road Show in coming to Norwich
Mike Trendell FRPS who in recognition of his outstanding contribution over many years was recently elected and Honorary member of Norwich & District Photographic Society is holding an exhibition of his photography showing an in depth study of a selection of Norfolk’s Medieval Churches at Christ Church in Eaton from Saturday 2nd August until Sunday 18th August.
Damien Demolder opens the New Season at NDPS
Chasing the Light Roadshow 2019 is no ordinary talk on photography. The audience will join David Noton on a journey around the world. Sharing in his experiences behind the lens in a diverse range of situations and environments, he will take the audience on a two-hour trip of a lifetime.
We’re proud to announce the launch of our new website.
Norwich & District Photographic Society are pleased to announce that Damien Demolder opens the new season on Tuesday 3rd September 2019.
Non-members of the Society are able to attend Special Presentations upon purchase of a ticket which prior to the event are only available from Eventbrite.co.uk
Welcome to the new Norwich & District Photographic website which was necessary to keep pace with both the way people interact with one another today and the continued growth of our membership. Our new site provides for a more user-focused experience, more dynamic content, a new secure area dedicated to members and much, much more. Please check back on the site frequently as we will be continually adding more content, features, and updates.