2nd: Guy Partington with “Thoughtful Conversation”
3rd: Mike Harris with “The Glorious Alps”
These three images will be added to the winning images from all the previous rounds to be entered into the final competition on the 9th March to decide the overall winners for this season. Good luck to all the finalists. Many thanks to all the judges who have given their time and feedback over the past year; it hasn’t always been an easy task for them to decide on the finalists. As many of you weren’t at last night’s meeting I shall be returning your images, along with some feedback, next week.
February 23rd is your last chance to enter the Small Print Competition for this season. If you want to be in the running for the Grand Final in March, when winners will be chosen from all the finalists from the individual rounds, then please bring your entries to the club at the start of the meeting next week (Feb 16th). The winners of the Grand Final will have the opportunity to have their winning entries shown at the Annual Exhibition in August, and the overall winner will be awarded the Small Print Cup.
Thank you to Sheila, Carol and John for judging the Small Print Competition this month. They chose from fifteen submitted images all of which were of very good quality. They were unanimous in their choice of first place, but there was some discussion over second and third places, so well done to everyone who made it such a close contest.
The results are as follows:
1st place: Tim Crabb with his image “Storm Clouds over the Arun”
2nd place: Tim Crabb with “A Break in the Storm”
3rd place: Guy Partington with “Bath”
Highly Commended: George Sayer with “Icy Leaves”
The last competition of the year will be next month on February 23rd. So entries to me by February 16th please.
Thank you to those people who submitted prints for the 4th round of the small print competition. Because there has been a lack of notice for this month’s competition further entries will be accepted on the day. However in order to be able to mount them before the judging, prints would need to be submitted well before the start of the meeting, preferably between 7 and 7.15. More prints have been promised, so this round will be fiercely contested. Good luck to everyone.
There will be one more round this season on 23rd February and then the final selection, from the winning images in all the rounds, will be made in March.
Thank you to Peter and the selection committee for judging the prints in my absence. The results are as follows:
1st Place. George Sayer with “Misty Trail”
2nd Place. Tim Crabb with “Pulpit Rock”
3rd Place. Tim Crabb with “Norway Rocks”
Congratulations to the above club class photographers. So far this year we have had entries from 5 photographers in all and it would be great to see some new names on the winning list. Your next opportunity to shine will be on January 26th, so the deadline for prints to be given to me is January 19th. If you are not sure of the rules for the Small Print Competition then they can be accessed on this website in the Club Rules section. It would be lovely to see some wintery Christmas scenes, so use the holiday break to get out there with your camera. Have a good Christmas.
Many thanks to Peter, Carol, Glyn and Sheila for being tonight’s judges. As usual we had a wide variety of prints, all of which were of a good standard. This month’s winners were:
In first place TIM CRABB with his image of a ROBIN which had all the elements of a good wildlife photograph; a catch light in the eye, an out of focus non-distracting background and good composition. It was very sharp and the judges thought he had tackled a difficult subject very well.
In second place MICK HARRIS with WATERFALL IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES. The image had been shot with the correct shutter speed to show the movement of the water and had been taken from an unusual viewpoint which directed the viewer to the important part of the image.
and in 3rd place MICK HARRIS with a view of SPINNAKER TOWER in Portsmouth. Again this was a well composed, sharp image with an interesting sky and a good base.
So congratulations to the winners and many thanks to all the entrants for supporting this competition and good luck in the future rounds.
The third competition will be on December 8th which is the same day as the first Club/intermediate print competition. Could all entries please be with me, Linda Bullimore, by 1st December. This gives you three weeks to prepare for the next round!
Thank you to all club class members who entered the first round of the competition, especially all the new members. Once again the standard was high and judging proved to be very difficult. However, the final images chosen to be held back for the final were:
1st : George Sayer with his image “Chameleon”
2nd: Tim Crabb with “Turkish Market Stall Holder”
3rd: Helenka Boden with “The Feathered Eye”
Well done to these new members and just a reminder that images for the next round of the competition need to be with me, Linda Bullimore, by 3rd November which is only two weeks away.
The second round of the small print competition will be judged on 10th November, so could I please ask for all entries to be with me by the start of the previous meeting on Thursday 3rd November.
This another chance to be chosen to go into the final round next March and is open to all club class members in the print section. So if you missed round 1 then now’s your chance to make amends!
Just a reminder that your 3 images should have a name and title on the reverse, preferably on a sticky label to avoid damaging your print. If you are still unsure of the rules then they can be accessed here under COMPETITIONS SECTION then COMPETITION RULES: Revised May 2016
Patron: The Right Worshipful Mayor of Chichester. Affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Southern Counties Photographic Federation.