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Disabled Photographers Society exhibition - More than 350 entries for the Annual Exhibition of The Disabled Photographers Society, the charity sponsored by Konica Minolta Photo Imaging, have now been judged

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The winning and Highly Commended entries in all 11 classes, together with examples of work by all entrants, will go on show at Cirencester College, Cirencester from the 19th September 2005 for two weeks. The official opening and prize giving, to be undertaken by the Mayor of Chichester, will take place during the evening of Monday 19th September, with members congregating from all over the country.

Commenting on this years entries, judge Vic Attfield said: I was very pleased to find an impressive standard of work considering the difficulties that many members have to overcome.

The open print contained a large variety of subject matter, with particularly superb portrait and church interiors. The Aberaeron Trophy for the best print from all classes was awarded to the President of the DPS, Mike Birbeck, for a portrait entitled 'Gemma'.

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