The club got off to a great start at this weekends IPF National Club Finals when club members John Hogan, Bríd Coakley and Morgan O’Neill all achieved photographic distinctions in the Saturday sitting.
John Hogan gained his Licentiateship of the Irish Photographic Federation (LIPF) with a panel of ten colour images, representing a variety of themes and styles.
Bríd Coakley presented a panel of fifteen superb seascapes, for which she was awarded an Associateship (AIPF), the second level grade of distinction awarded by the IPF.
Morgan O’Neill’s panel of fifteen shots of old and decaying cottage interiors, giving a glimpse into forgotten Ireland, was also awarded an Associateship (AIPF). All awards were unanimous, voted on by a panel of expert judges who already hold IPF distinctions.
All three panels will be shown in the club on Monday night, 28 April.
Congratulations and well done to all.