Liverpool Chinatown Photographic Society is a newly formed group of keen photographers. Our aim is to improve our skills and to exchange ideas. We meet monthly at Wah Sing Chinese Community Centre. It is informal and has a friendly atmosphere. Photographers from all backgrounds are welcome.
2016 Chinese New Year celebration LCPS models photo-shoot - Sunday 7th February
Come to photograph our models - Two models are available for photography hobbyists to photograph on a professional studio lighting setup in The Blackie during the Chinese New Year celebration on Sunday 7th February 2016.
As well as exhibiting our members' photographs on the ground floor in The Blackie, we have set up a studio environment with background and lighting in the basement for a photography taster session.
No matter what your photography skill level is, you are welcome to try out our professional lighting and camera equipment with our two models, as long as you are interested in photography.
Cambrian Photography of Colwyn Bay is providing all the studio equipment and cameras for you to try out. Their representatives will be on hand to give advice and guidance on the usage of the equipment, so there is no need to worry about all the technical side of photography.
Come along and enjoy some shooting. We are in the basement of the Blackie from 12 noon to 4pm. See you there!
Supported by :-
SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION RESULT
Overall Winner - Amy Foo Guest receiving her prize from Inspector Colin Lewis.
Amy Foo Guest, aged 15 years from Calderstones School was announced as the overall winner with her
stunning image of ‘Nelson in the Snow’. Amy was presented with a Nikon D3200 digital camera.
Amy said: “I was so shocked to find out that I came first, as there were a lot of very good photographs in the
competition. I’m so happy to have won it. I take photography GCSE at school and winning this will be a big
Head judge Inspector Colin Lewis for Merseyside Police said: “I was astounded by the quality and
standard of images from such young people. It was a very difficult decision and every student should be very
proud of their achievement.”
Wing Wong, chair of Liverpool Chinatown Photographic Society commented: “It’s been a privilege to have
been able to work with young people. One of the society’s aims is to encourage our wider community to get
more involved in photography. The fact that the winning entry was taken with a mobile phone is testament
that you don’t need expensive equipment to take an amazing picture, just a willingness to look at our
wonderful city with any type of lens.”