Sign up for free membership in exchange for the opportunity to enter a number of competitions throughout the year in order to win some unique prizes.
Win a Fujica ST801
1st October to 31 December 2015
Let’s face it. The last attempt at a photographic competition did not go well. We had 3 entries (and they were all from me). I won my own competition. Yes, I know, this is sad.
However, on the bright side anyone entering this new competition knows that they are in with a serious shot at the prize. And what a prize it is – the world famous Fujica ST801 teamed up with a Fujinon 55mm f1.8 film camera – with it’s bright viewfinder and easy operation.
The body on this one is a bit of a ‘beater’ but I’ve put some rolls through it and it has given some ok results.
And the competition is free.
This time (not that there was really a ‘last time’) I’d like photos of ‘Winter in Barnes’.
To enter all you need to do is:
a) Become a member of the BPS (click on one of the links on our homepage);
b) Post you photo to either Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #barnesphotosoc and copying us in @barnesphotosoc
Winners will be judged in early January 2016.
Good luck (given last time’s low turnout you might not need it…)
'Barnes Pond in Spring'
now until 31st October 2015
For our first photo competition we have the chance to win a copy of Niko Luoma’s Temporal Matter.
The competition has been extended to 31st October 2015 and there are a number of ways of entering. You can either send your image through to email@example.com with any background text that you might wish to accompany it or upload it via social media (Twitter or Instagram) using the hashtag #barnesphotosoccomp.
Jim Edwards, gallery manager at our partner, Atlas Gallery in Marylebone, will be judging the entries and we will announce the winner in November. The prize can be collected from Barnes, SW13 or delivered, if local to the area.
For the first competition we thought we’d let you have an nice accessible subject: ‘Barnes Pond’. Photos can be taken on any medium at all – from smartphones to DSLRs, from pinhole cameras to large format field cameras. The choice is yours.