Monday, 7 November 2016

Landscape Competition Results

On Friday 4th November 2016, Janice Barton CPAGB, BPE2* visited the club to judge our landscape competition. With a large entry of images in the "Print" and "Digital Projected Images" sections she praised the high quality of the entries. Stressing that the chosen award winners were to her personal taste in landscape photography and that another judge may have awarded differently, the awards were shared out as follows.

Prints

The "Print" section was split into "Mono" and "Colour" print with all member competing together regardless of their skill and experience.

In the "Mono" prints, Anthony Clarke did well with 1st place with Noel George coming both 2nd and 3rd. Landscapes proved to be a good topic for Anthony as he also came 1st in the "Colour" prints with Barry Quatermass coming 2nd and Diana Magor 3rd. Well done everyone.

Digital Projected Images

As with the print section all members competed on an equal basis. John Sixsmith managed to pip wife Margaret to 1st place with Margaret gaining 2nd and Phil Sadler coming 3rd.

Landscapes seemed to suit our more experienced members as they took the bulk of the awards in both the prints and digital projected images on this occasion. The full list of award winners are below. Well done to the award winners and commiserations to those who weren't successful this time. There's still the annual competition at the end of our season with a different judge.

"Mono Print" 2nd - Loughrigg Fell, Nr Ambleside by Noel George
"Mono Print" 3rd - Village Street Biot by Noel George
"Colour Print" 2nd- Reflections in Moke Lake by Barry Quatermass
"Digital Projected Images" 1st - Towards Torridon by John Sixsmith
"Digital Projected Images" 2nd - Rannoch Winter by Margaret Sixsmith
"Digital Projected Images" 3rd - High Force by Phil Sadler

Our next meeting is on Friday 11th November when Alan Towse LRPS will be giving a practical demonstration of portrait lighting techniques. This is a chance to bring along your camera and have a go yourself.

We meet at Newton Village Hall, Grange Cross Lane, West Kirby with the doors opening at 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start and a 10pm finish. Non members are welcome paying £2 on the door.

You can keep up to date with the club activities by visiting the Hoylake Photographic Society website or our Facebook page.