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    • Picture perfect: CPotY Finalists announced
      • 28 May 2021
      • Capital Magazine
      • Fruit, flora, friends, family, fences, flights, and football fields all feature in the photographs chosen as finalists in the inaugural Capital Photographer of the Year (CPotY) competition. More than 1200 entries vied for the Capital Photographer of the Year award. CPotY celebrates Greater Wellington, its beauty, its creativity and its people. The finalists’ winning entries will be exhibited at Te Auaha Gallery in Wellington from 2–11 July.
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      • Te Auaha New Zealand Institute of Applied Creativity, Dixon Street, Mitchelltown, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6040, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Impact Magazine: April 2021
      • 23 Apr 2021
      • Wellington Photographic Society
      • We are back after a small hiatus with a new issue! Inside this issue, you’ll find articles on Personal photography projects, an interview with WPS member Fred Wotton, who has been an active photographer for 72 years, Some images from our recent Mobile Competition, a review of one of Canon’s last 35mm SLR’s the EOS-3 among other great articles. We hope you enjoy this month’s magazine. Open Here
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    • WPS Print Competition 2021
      • 18 Mar 2021
      • Wellington Photographic Society
      • PRINT COMPETITION 2021 Just a friendly reminder that the deadline for this year’s Print Competition is quickly approaching (March the 25th) Full Competition details: April 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Categories are: OPEN | DIFFUSE Closing Date for Entries: On or before 25 March (midnight) Presentation Night: 22nd April 2021 at the TTC Club Rooms Please note that prints will need to be delivered on or before the 25th of March. If you have any comments or need special consideration please let us know at comms@wps.org.nz. You can organise prints by email if needed if this is more convenient on or before the 25th of March. The Club Meeting on the 25th of March will be the last date for submission of your prints. When submitting your prints please ensure: The prints are adequately protected i.e. with card/portfolio/bubble wrap All items submitted with the prints are named i.e. photo boxes, cardboard etc. (these will be returned to you with your print) Entry Specifications: Limited to 3 images per member per category Images must not have been used in any previous Wellington Photographic Society competition Each image is to be entered into one category only Matting of entries is optional Maximum Mat side – 16” x 20” (406mm x 508mm). Not framed. If the image is not matted it is recommended that images are printed with a white border for display purposes. Image size – any size within the Mat dimensions Please note your Name, Subject (Open, Diffuse), Title of the image and a contact number on the back of your print (In case we need to get it back to you afterwards) NOTE: Wellington Photographic Supplies will again be supporting our Annual Print Competition by providing HALF PRICE printing of up to six images only per person of any size up to 12×18. If needed, please show a copy of this post when requesting your half-price prints at Wellington Photographic Supplies.
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    • March 2021
      • 3 Mar 2021
      • Slow Boat Records
      • Howdy, all – well, crikey – the rest of NZ back in Covid alert level 2, while our Auckland chums are at level 3 – appreciate it must be tough for you guys, having been there before, but we have beaten this thing before, and we’ll do it again – our thoughts are with you all…Meantime, here in the capital, we are asking that everyone does their bit for the Covid war effort – stay home if you are sick, get tested, and PLEASE – scan our QR code when you pay us a visit, and use the hand sanitiser provided; by just following these simple steps, we stand a better chance of avoiding further, or stricter, lockdowns…We have a tonne of fantastic new posters in stock with which to decorate the walls of your home – come take a flick through the racks and find something that fills you with joy – and for a measly $15 – almost too good to be true, eh!?We also have a whole heap of lovingly curated new and second-hand vinyl, CDs and DVDs heading out into the store on the daily, just waiting for you to give it that forever home!We are also doing a US order every 2 or 3 weeks, wait times are WAY down from last year, seem to be arriving in just a week or so, exchange rate pretty favourable – happy to order things in for you, just fire us an email or pay us a visit and we’ll see what we can do for you…Finally – we realise 2020 was pretty tough for a lot of people, but we need you to know that we are here for you, and that music really does help make everything just a little better – we hugely appreciate your support, hope you are doing okay, and would love to see or hear from you soon.Peace out, take care, love on ya XX The Slow Boat Crew XX
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    • Impact Magazine: January 2021
      • 1 Jan 2021
      • Wellington Photographic Society
      • Happy New Year! It’s a new year and that means its time for a new issue! Inside this issue, you’ll find articles on Artificial intelligence & Photography, an exploration on why you should avoid the hype on new gear, a look at DxO’s Silver Efex Pro, a guide on why you should join a camera club or society and a review of the vintage Braun Super Paxette among other great articles.
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    • 2020!!!
      • 24 Dec 2020
      • Slow Boat Records
      • Just wanted to offer a huge Slow Boat CHEERS to everyone who has supported us this year; it has certainly been one of the strangest I can recall – far and away the longest the ‘Boat has ever been docked in 35-odd years of trading!Hugely grateful to everyone who has bought music and more from us, who has been patient waiting on the arrival of stock that sometimes took an absolute age, and to those who came along and lent their support on the three Record Store Day ‘drops’, and for those unforgettable instore performances from The Muttonbirds (way back in February!), and The Beths in October – just quite phenomenal to have a shop full of people after all this year’s trials and tribulations and uncertainty.Our hearts go out to those overseas who may still be in some sort of lockdown – we are thinking of you, and we appreciate that we are in a very privileged position out here in our far flung corner of the world (and how quickly that can change).This years lessons often seemed to come down to one of our Prime Minister’s oft-stated maxims – kindness. It has been amazing to give and receive support to and from our customers and community at this strange time – especially our neighbours at San Fran and Rough Peel Records, as well as our suppliers, especially Southbound, Rhythmethod, Border Music and Universal Music NZ.We are thankful to be able to do this thing we love, and to share the gift that is music in our lives – it has certainly been a great comfort to us all here in these trying times…So, take care everybody – hope you all enjoy a safe and happy festive season – we will be here every day bar Xmas Day and New Years Day, so looking forward to seeing how you all redeem the many vouchers we have sold (it’s not too late, btw…)Keep scanning those QR codes, wash your hands, get tested if you are unwell – love, peace, kindness, and music!THE SLOW BOAT CREW XX
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    • RSD Drop 2!!
      • 23 Sep 2020
      • Slow Boat Records
      • After a couple of false starts(!!), and with the dropping of the nationwide covid alert levels, Slow Boat is thrilled to finally be able to bring you some form of celebration – the second of three 2020 RSD drops, this Saturday, the 26th September, featuring a nifty, stripped-back instore performance from Auckland indie rock up-and-comers Daffodils, ahead of their show at Meow later that evening, celebrating the release of their excellent “Boys” EP on vinyl, which will be for sale instore!On top of this, you can expect a smattering of limited RSD vinyl and some mighty good cheer as we celebrate independent record stores, music and togetherness!! We would ask that you are super considerate of each other, and give each other space – we will be limiting the number of people instore at any given time, and the band will be performing at around 2.30pm – can’t WAIT to see all your smiling faces!!See you all here!! XX
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