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Back Lighting - Tiger Trophy theme for April
Rob Wilkinson
Published on: 4/2/2020
The Tiger Trophy (for the most popular picture shared on our Flickr page) is virtually awarded to Hilary Barton for her beautiful macro image “Moss in Flower” under the theme Shallow Depth of Field.

For April, Hilary has set the challenge of posting great examples of “Back Lighting”.
New banner image
Published on: 12/2/2019
Our new banner image for December is the runner-up in October's competition - Paul Shelley's "Fox on a beach"
Banner image competition
Published on: 11/1/2019
The results are in! Thank you to everyone who entered an image and/or voted. We had a wonderful choice!

The clear winner is Colin Page's perfectly proportioned street art, and this will be our banner for November. Paul Shelley nabbed 2nd and 3rd places with Fox on a Beach and Albert, and these will be our banners in December and January. Kate Shortland took 4th place with Tower Bridge, the banner for February. The last 2 places were tied between 5 entries, from Michael Colman, Alan Larsen, Paul again and Hilary Barton, which will get a fortnight each. All winners are in a Gallery under the Images tab.
Celebrating our 120th anniversary
Published on: 10/5/2019
Cripplegate Photographic Society was founded on 17th January 1899. Ten years later the name was changed to City of London and Cripplegate Photographic Society. We will celebrate our 120th anniversary at the meeting on 15th October 2019. Click to read more.
On Landscape 4x4 portfolio
Published on: 9/4/2019
4 images from Hilary's recent trip to Greenland have been published in On Landscape online magazine. Click on the arrow for a link.

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