PSNZ Liaison Report – April 2022

Another update from our trusty PSNZ Liaison Officer, Judith:

An update for DPS members on Photographic Society of New Zealand (PSNZ) events.

Upcoming PSNZ events to note.

Canon Online Competition – entries close 25 April 2022

Round 2 images due 25th April.
Six round across the year. Points accumulate. PSNZ members.
More information, log into the PSNZ Members Area, then Canon Online Submission.
See the 2021 winning images.

Trenna Packer Salver Nature Photographic Competition for clubs

Opens 1st May. Closes 17th June
The objective of the Trenna Packer Salver Competition is to illustrate the diversity of the natural world in New Zealand and its off shore islands, with images that are of a very high standard. Images can be taken by any member of an affiliated club.
More information here: Trenna Packer Salver

Tauranga Audio-Visual Salon

Opens 5th May. Closes 8th June.
Entry is a digital AV file. Open to current financial members of PSNZ, affilitated clubs, and international photographic organisations.
Information here: Tauranga AV Salon

Creative Focus

Opens 3rd June. Closes 3rd July.
Creative Focus is a yearly competition run by the Pukekohe Franklin Camera Club with an emphasis on creativity. Open to all.
Information here: Creative Focus

Judge Training Weekends 2022

18-19 June – Orewa, Auckland
9-10 July – Taupo
Later in the year South Island venues are being planned.
Open to all. More information is available at Judge Training.

PSNZ members only

Workshop Programme

More information is here: Workshops. It is recommended that you check your diary BEFORE registrations open as these workshops fill up fast!
Coming up are:

  • Astro – Tekapo
  • Landscape – Coromandel
  • Landscape – Queenstown

Good Photo Spots (GPS)

PSNZ members will have received an email (on 29 Mar 22) about this nationwide project to identify and share local Good Photo Spots with visiting photographers. Remember this is not about the secret and special spots! It is about the places that the locals know about but that you might not notice if you were visiting.
GPSs will be collated and listed in the members only area of the PSNZ website so you can have some ideas of where to go the next time you’re out of town.
Email your GPS and some details (location; best time, weather, tides; relevant links; risks; GPS co-ordinates) about your spot to GPS project.

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