Our rescheduled Mono Prints Round 2 competition went ahead without a hitch yesterday and we enjoyed seeing some fabulous photography from our talented TPS members.
Our judge, Raymond Bridges, pored over the entries and, as usual, picked out his favourites. We hope everyone enjoyed his commentary and helpful advice on how to tweak or improve our images for future competitions.
The scores are now published in full on our Competition Results pages, where you’ll also find the updated league tables for both Club and Advanced competitions.
Well done to everyone who took part. Now, sit back, and enjoy some of the judge’s favourite images from the night.
Our next competition night will be on 14th March when we’ll host the third and final round of our PDI competition. For members, the entry deadline via PhotoEntry will be Sunday 10th March 2019 – don’t forget!
We’ve some stellar speakers lined up to join us at TPS events in the coming weeks.
On 4th April, we’ll meet in the Godstone Baptist Church Hall and be joined by Colleen Slater, a creative, macro photography specialist. Colleen has a keen interest in the fascinating, smaller things in life, like beetles, butterflies, ladybirds and flowers. Her evocative, atmospheric and intimate images focus on the ordinary, often unnoticed things, in the everyday world. Colleen’s work was recently featured in Amateur Photographer’s Macro Special Edition and she will share expert advice for creating perfect close-up photos.
One week later, on 11th April, we will welcome Rachel Talibart to our regular meeting place in the White Hart Barn in Godstone. Awarded 2018 Black & White Photographer of the Year, Rachel is described by Outdoor Photography magazine as “One of the Best Landscape Photographers working in Britain today.” Her photography reflects a passion for capturing breath-taking moments from empty shores, often in adverse weather that would have many running for shelter. Rachel’s celebrated ‘Sirens’ portfolio has been published as a fine art photography book and she will be talking about her approach to photography and offering tips for capturing that perfect moment.
And professional photographer Gavin Hoey will our guest at the White Hart Barn on 16th May. Gavin’s speciality is portraiture and photographic lighting. He runs “Camera Alchemy” workshops for the Royal Photographic Society and will be sharing simple techniques for perfect lighting.
Remember, entry is free for TPS members. Non-members and guests can attend at a cost of £5 per person.
There’s always lots to look forward to at TPS and excited to have so many opportunities to improve our photography with these expert speakers. Make a note in your diary and see you there!
The second round of our Mono Print competitions has now been rescheduled to take place on February 21st. The competition will be re-opened on the PhotoEntry system to enable members to change or add their submissions.
Sadly, this means that for this season the Alec Braid panel competitions will not now take place.
With regret, we’ve had to cancel this evening’s TPS meeting (31st Jan 2019), which was to have been Round 2 of our Mono Prints Competition. The weather forecast shows snow sweeping in to Godstone from 7pm this evening and we don’t want to put our members at risk of having to travel home in what could be dangerous driving conditions.
As for the competition, don’t worry you’ll still be able to use your prints at a later date. We’ll make further announcements once we have a plan for how we’ll manage this year’s Mono Prints Competition.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused. Stay safe and warm 🙂
The scores are in! Thanks to all our TPS members who took part in Round 2 of our Colour Prints competition last night. The standard was as high as we’ve come to expect and our judge had a tough time picking out his favourites.