Entries are now being accepted for the 2011 PSNZ Canon National Exhibition.
The closing date for entries is Friday 18th February 2011 and Accepted entries will be exhibited at the 2011 PSNZ National Convention, 6th - 10th April at North Harbour Stadium, Albany, Auckland.
Entry is open to persons residing in New Zealand and to members of the Society residing overseas.
There is a discounted entry fee for individual PSNZ members (just as there is a discounted registration fee for PSNZ members attending the convention). A PSNZ membership application form is available at photography.org.nz/join.html if you would like to join and be eligible for these discounts.
New members who join PSNZ for 2011 before 31st December 2010, and existing members who renew their 2011 subscription by 31st December 2010 will automatically be entered into the draw for the Canon MP990 printer PLUS a pack of Canon PIXMA Creative Pack of paper.
The prize will be drawn in January 2011 and the winner notified by email. The winner’s name and possibly their photo with the Canon representative will also be displayed in Cameratalk and on the website. The prize will only be delivered to a New Zealand address.
Subscription notices for 2011 will be sent out on November 1st and you will be reminded of this offer.
If you haven’t joined or renewed your subscription by 31st December 2010 your name will not be in the draw.
The 2011 PSNZ National Convention is on Auckland’s North Shore.
Featured in the cover story in of the August/September 2010 issue of D-Photo magazine is New Zealander Michael Hall who will be a main speaker at Convention.
Inspire yourself – read his story then follow it up by meeting him next April!
You can see the Convention promo on www.shorething.co.nz/
If you require further information, please contact Terry Cockfield email@example.com
The Photographic Society of New Zealand (PSNZ) Honours Board meets annually (usually in Feb) to consider submissions for ‘Letters’ from photographers nationwide. This is recognition of a photographers ability. There are three levels of Honours – Licentiateship, Associateship and Fellowship.
Those applying for a Licentiateship need not belong to PSNZ, but must be a financial member of an affiliated Society or Club (such as CPS). Those wishing to apply for an Associateship must be an individual financial member of PSNZ and those seeking a Fellowship must first hold an Associateship (or equivalent qualification – as per PSNZ Honours Board Rules).