North and East Midlands Photographic Federation adorn Mansfield Museum

By Liz Tobin | 21 January 2013

Exhibition preview: North and East Midlands Photographic Federation - Exhibition of Photography 2013, Mansfield Museum and Art Gallery, Mansfield, until February 7 2013

A photo of a jockey in a green, white and purple shirt racing to victory in a horse race
Ian Daisley, of the Bakewell Photographic Circle, won the Best Colour Print at the North and East Midlands Photographic Federation's annual competition for his entry, called Winning© Ian Daisley
More than 30 photographic clubs from across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire have contributed a total of 449 images to the North and East Midlands Photographic Federation’s 58th annual search for the best photographers in the area, showcasing eight categories including best monochrome image, best natural history print and best colour photograph.

“This year, as ever, the quality of the work was of a very high standard,” says organiser Gary Langley.

“It was quite a daunting challenge for me and my partner. We live in a two-bedroom flat, so over the last two months space has been at a premium.

“The two things that stood out to me were the amount of images, both print and PDI, and the way the team handled the task in front of them.

“You have to see the running of the selection days to truly appreciate everyone’s efforts and teamwork makes a complicated job look easy.

“Our judges had some difficult decisions to make.”

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