Banbridge Camera Club shooting high

Lee Matthews
Lee Matthews

Banbridge Camera Club are hoping to hold their strong position amongst the 27 clubs that comprise the Northern Ireland Photographic Association on Friday, January 30, at 7.30pm at Belfast Photo Imaging Club.

The clubs will show off their skills and put their work under scrutiny in the third round of the Camera Jungle supported inter-club series of photographic competitions.

Banbridge's Kieran Close (right) from CPA club receiving his awards from NIPA President Martin Spackman

Banbridge's Kieran Close (right) from CPA club receiving his awards from NIPA President Martin Spackman

Member clubs also had a recent opportunity to be involved in the formation of a new Nature photography group to develop the growth of Natural History and Wildlife photography in the Province.

One of the highlights of the year will be the Annual Audio Visual Festival to be held at the Courtyard Theatre, Ballyearl, Newtownabbey on Friday, February 13 and Saturday 14.

As well as an All-Ireland section, there will be a section where photographers will compete for the best AV on the theme of Northern Ireland.

Further information is available on the NIPA Website www.niphoto.co.uk.