VICTORY CUP 2015

 

John Amey CUP 2014:

This competition was judged by Roger Force (FRPS. DPAGB. APAGB) from Dartford and district Photographic Society.

The winning images were:

1st Place Lipstick. By Varada Reddy

1st Place Lipstick.
By Varada Reddy

High Street Brollies by Ignatius Mauceri

2nd place High Street Brollies
by Ignatius Mauceri

3rd Place London Eye By Bert Gilchrist

3rd Place London Eye
By Bert Gilchrist

You can view all the scores for this competition here: Super League results round 1

 


 

This competition was judged by Ray Bridges ( LRPS, CPAGB, ADPS, BPE3*) from Maidstobne Camera Club.

The winning images were:

1st ALDGATE STATION by Martin Mitchell

1st ALDGATE STATION by Martin Mitchell

2nd Watching the world go by, Martin Mitchell

3rd LITTLE OWL (ATHENE NOCUA 0572 by Jim Pocknell (47)

3rd LITTLE OWL (ATHENE NOCUA 0572 by Jim Pocknell (47)

You can view all the scores for this competition here:Digital league round 2 Results- Invicta Cup


 

Discovery Day Challenge- Canterbury.

 

This competition was judged by Kevin Bell (LRPS) from Parkwood Camera Club.

I have posted on this site some of the helpful tips that he made. You can view them from “Useful links” under the Members Only” section.


 

Winning images from the “Discovery Day Challenge”

1st

1st Contemplating a long career by Martin Mitchell Conteplating a long career by Martin Mitchell

2nd

2nd A rest and a cuppa by Martin Mitchell A rest and a cuppa by Martin Mitchell

3rd

 

3rd CAPITALISM by Ignatius Mauceri CAPITALISM by Ignatius Mauceri

For all the scores click here: DDC-2014-Results

 


 

Winning images and results from the Panel Competition

This competition was judged by Chris Shore and Helen Taylor

There were 12 Panels from 7 members.

 

1st Place:

Poppies by Ignatius Mauceri.

Panel 1st

 

2nd Place:

Waves and Groynes by Bert Gilchrist.

Panel 2nd

 

3rd Place:

Water for the Canal by John Brown.

Image to follow

 

Commended entries:

Butterflies by Ignatius Mauceri.

London Sculpture and Movement by Martin Mitchell.