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Musselburgh Camera Club   

The club has received the following information about a photographic competition organised by Newhaven Heritage.

Hello

I am writing to you on behalf of Newhaven Heritage, a Scottish Registered Charity which is seeking to acquire the iconic Victoria School on Main Street, Newhaven, the oldest working school in Edinburgh, to become a Heritage Centre and community hub when it becomes vacant in 2020 once a new larger school is built on Western Harbour.

In order to publicise our campaign, we are holding a photographic competition which will also result in our producing a calendar to be sold for funds to swell our war chest to help cover the cost of essential professional fees – legal, architect, surveyor, etc.

Newhaven is a photogenic opportunity for the keen photographer and we are looking for the thirteen best landscape pictures to be included in the calendar that shows off the village in all its diversity to fullest advantage.  We are contacting local camera clubs such as yours to draw attention to this free competition. At the end of the competition, we will be having a public display of the thirteen finalists, i.e. one image for each month plus a cover shot voted by public acclaim to be the best of show which will earn the talented photographer a voucher valued at £100 from WEX Photo Video.

Click here to see the competition rules and terms and conditions.

Up to five LANDSCAPE format entries per person can be emailed to photos@newhavenheritagecentre.org.uk before August 19, 2018.

I hope this may be of interest to you.

Good luck!

Gordon Young
Public Engagement officer
Newhaven Heritage

Musselburgh Camera Club   

We have just received the following message from Vibrant Musselburgh, who are looking for photographers to cover their arts festival at the Fisherrow Centre this weekend (18th and 19th May 2018). It’s very short notice, but if you are interested the contact details are in the following image:

Musselburgh Camera Club   

Coming soon to a library near you…

Our exhibition of member prints starts its tour around the local libraries of East Lothian and Edinburgh this coming weekend, starting with Longniddry Library on 19th May. Here is the full timetable:

https://musselburghcc.wordpress.com/2018-library-exhibitions/

Thank you to everyone who volunteered to help move the exhibition between libraries.

Musselburgh Camera Club   

At the club AGM is was recommended that we review and publish our data privacy policy before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) come into force on 25th May 2018. Click below to see a formal description of our data privacy policy:

MCCDataPrivacyPolicy

If anyone has any comments or issues with this policy please let me know.

Steven Beard (StevenMBeard @ aol.com)

Musselburgh Camera Club   

Members may be interested in two photography competitions which are open for entries at the moment. Click on the links below for more information:

Go Wild Scotland photo competition : Send in photographs captured on the “Sustrans” national cycle network. Closing date Monday, 18th June 2018.

Scottish Portrait Awards : The Scottish Portrait Awards are open to anyone born, living or studying in Scotland, and 16 years old by 1 October 2018. Entries close on 30 June 2018.

The following competition is not yet open, but watch this space:

Scottish Photography Awards : Scotland Photography Competition and Regional Photo Awards. To qualify for entry in this regional competition, any photos you wish to enter, must have been taken in Scotland.

 

 

Musselburgh Camera Club   

At the AGM we referred to the post made a year ago which clarified the club’s insurance coverage under SPF policy. To save members having to delve back through the archives, here is a link to that original message:

https://musselburghcc.wordpress.com/2017/04/30/4568/

If you are arranging a group trip on behalf of the club (i.e. a trip where all club members are invited), please contact the SPF General Secretary or the SPF Treasurer, as described in the original message.

 

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