This Season’s Winner….

A very well done to Tony Mitchell who won the end of the season’s Clash of the Titans competition last night with his image 

IN THE BAKERY

13/06/2019 – Clash of the Titans

And so to the last Competition of the season, the best of the best, Clash of the Titans (COTT).

The Judge for the evening was Carole White-Griffiths LRPS.

It was an evening of two halves.  Congratulations go to:
 
In the digital section: 
1st – In The Bakery by Tony Mitchell
2nd – Owls That (Asio Flammeus) by Maureen Ford
3rd – Zebra Mosaic (Colobura Dirce) by Trevor Ray
 
In the print section:
1st – Flower Niche by David Tovey
2nd – Frost Shapes From Window by Maureen Ford
3rd – Common Wasp On Apple by Tony Clayton
 
And the overall winning image of the season……. In The Bakery by Tony Mitchell 

Winning images have been posted to the member-only area of the website and to the Club’s closed Facebook group.

06/06/2019 – Point and Shoot competition

A great evening was had comparing 6×4 images taken on 35mm point and shoot cameras.

There were a good number of entries which included a range of genres; landscape, portrait, macro.

Here are the winning entries:

Well done to David Tovey who came 1st

23/05/2019 – Annual Print Competition (PLR4)

The results for the Annual Print Competition 2019 (Print League Round 4) are in.
 
Congratulations go to:

1st place – ROME SEPIA by Mark James
2nd place – HIGH SPEED RIDER by Rita Howes
3rd place – COMMON WASP ON APPLE by Tony Clayton

Highly Commended – MASTS AND RIGGING by Malcolm Rous
Highly Commended – THE LOCK by Rita Howes

The Judges for the evening were:

Ian Stone – DPAGB BPE3* (working towards BPE 4*)
Marie-Laure Stone – DPAGB BPE5* EFIAP Diamond

Winning images have been posted to the member-only area of the website and to the Club’s closed Facebook group.

09/05/2019 – Sue Chapman ‘Before and After’

A super presentation and interactive session given by Sue Chapman ARPS CPAGB last night.

Club members were taken through Sue’s editing process starting with a ‘Before’ image i.e. out of camera and then through the steps taken to improve the image to its final state, ‘After’.  

The first half covered straight forward shots and the second more creative effects using filters, textures and multiple layers.  Something for all levels of photographer.

 Sue has an amazing creativity which inspires others to give things a try.  A very enjoyable evening.