This is a reminder that the IPF National Shield will take place next Saturday, 8th of November in Malahide Community School, see Google Maps for directions. With a record number of clubs entering the competition this year and two talks by rising stars of photography, Michelle La Grue and Ronan McLaughlin, this promises to be a day not to be missed.
We are very fortunate to have three highly respected photographers as judges this year.
– Glyn Edmunds APSA EPSA EFIAP/s
– Jean Brooks EFIAP/b BPE2*
– Ross McKelvey MPAGB FIPF EFIAP BPE5*
We are delighted to announce that Canson and their distributor Fine Art Papers Ltd as sponsors of the forthcoming IPF National Shield competition with a prize fund worth €500 of beautiful fine art papers.
- Canson InfinityStarted in France in 1557, Canson has a long history of making papers and today manufactures some of the finest inkjet photographic paper available today. Next year sees them celebrate 150years of one of the worlds first patents for photographic paper which they took out in 1865.Recognised by Epson as one of their approved third party papers under their Digigraphie programme, every Canson Infinity paper has been submitted for quality and print permanence rating by the Wilhelm Research institute and their Baryta and Platine papers have set new standards for fine art printing.
- Fine Art Papers Ltd
Fine Art Papers which is run by Sheldon Long is the Canson Infinity paper distributor for Ireland and is also an Epson Pro dealer. They specialise in selling the finest papers, printers and inks through their website www.sheldonphoto.com, and are used by many of the most successful photographic studios and photographers in Ireland and further afield. Sheldon’s knowledge is very extensive and he regularly gives talks for camera clubs. You can call Sheldon direct on 087-2572688. Sheldon has a long history of involvement with the IPF and his New company, Fine Art Papers Ltd, in conjunction with Canson are delighted to be sponsors for this great event.
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