Set Subject Competition (Movement) Tuesday 18th November 2014

November 20, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

I think Paul Hayward put it very well "Never have my images been dismissed with such charm". Tremaine Cornish entertained us in his own particular style as he judged a wide range of photographic interpretations of this year's set subject. Tremaine managed to combine humour with objectivity and at the end of the evening we had strong winners from the colour and mono prints and the PDIs.

 Top scores in the colour prints were:

TITLE

AUTHOR

Score

 

 

 

Hovering Bee

Chris Middleton

20

Kingfisher Hovering

Alan Heath

20

River of Dreams

John Edge

20

 

Top scores in the mono prints were:

 

Arctic Reindeer on the Run

Geraldine Stephenson

20

The Big Shake

Chris Middleton

20

Daniel Costello (Flat Out)

John Edge

19

Windswept

Libby Middleton

19

 

Top scores in the PDIs were:

 

Take Two

Geraldine Stephenson

20

Bridgnorth Bound

Keith Roberts

19

Two Peppers

Peter Cook

18

 

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There were scoring images for the top five places and these can be seen in the Competition Results section of the website.

 

As with all competitions there was good healthy debate about the results, particularly in the PDIs: no one doubted that the winners were worthy images but there were questions about the sharpness of some of the projected images which will need some closer investigation in the near future.

 

All in all this was a good club competition which showed once again the strength of the talent within the club and the quality of the images which are being put forward by an ever increasing number of the membership.

 

Next week it's Andy Polakowski "Apology for Photographers" an illustrated journey from film to digital.


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