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  • OPS photos on TV

    The “Made in Oldham Exhibition” at Gallery Oldham is proving to be a great success, especially our “Fish and Chip Shop” photos. In an email to our Secretary (John W) today, Sean Baggaley, Exhibition Coordinator, said: I thought I’d let you know that the chippy photographs are proving very popular with our visitors. They were […]

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  • It’s Monday again!

    Well another week has just flown by. Sorry for the paucity of posts this week or so but my work life has sort-of beaten me. After the superb Men vs Women battle last week (report to follow shortly – honest) the rest has been an anticlimax. So a quick round-up again. Some good news: Pictures […]

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  • Monday’s round-up (on Tuesday)

    It’s another bank holiday Monday and it had thrown me a little off kilter (again) so this week’s round-up is coming at you a day late. It is also a short one this week but there are still a couple of goodies. First here is an absolute gem from the people at Google (Google is […]

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  • Oldham – the birth place of fish and chips?

    Oldham PS members have prints currently showing in the “Made in Oldham” Exhibition at Gallery Oldham which runs from 17th May to 25th October. Our brief was to photograph fish and chips shops. Why? ….because Oldham claims to be the birthplace of one of our most familiar traditional dishes! So, did the fast food industry […]

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  • 1st Quarterly 2008/9

    A couple of weeks ago we had out first quarterly comp of the season. Our Judge, Alan Towse a professional photographer from Stockport PS, gave a different view on our images. With down to earth, honest comments and an insight on their commercial value. A refreshing change from the old school club judge. In the […]

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  • Show and Talk

    Thursday 15th May was our “Show and Talk” night, starting with an analysis of the recently completed club questionnaire. Then members talked about some of their recent and not-so-recent work. One of Sheila’s favourite images was “Am I ready to Party?” pictured below. Maureen’s always so shy of talking about her work, but she brought […]

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