We had a large and “Zoomy” turnout for our first internal club competition of the season and were delighted to be joined by a virtual Don Morley as our guest judge.
With three competition classes to run through—a first for TPS— it was a busy night. We’re grateful to Don for keeping us on track and doing a sterling job of picking through 58 images to select his favourites.
There were some *stunning* photos for us all to enjoy! And, as always, lots of great ideas about how some images could be improved or presented differently. If you took part, no matter what score your image received, we hope you picked up to some ideas for your next photo session and feel inspired to do more with your camera.
Well done in particular to our newest TPS members who all took part and scored highly for their very first club competition. Nice work!
I’ve collated a selection of the highest scoring images from last night’s competition. Every picture in the galleries below scored 9 points or more so they are all fabulous 👏 Bravo if your image appears below:
You can access full scores and some very primitive league tables (!) on our competitions page. And remember, at this early stage of the season, if you’re feeling as sick as a parrot, there’s still everything to play for, you’ve got to take it one game at a time, it’s a game of two halves (?!) and it’s a bit early to park the bus. Other sporting clichés may also apply.
Coming soon at TPS we’ve a friendly photo critique evening next week and two back-to-back competitions. We’re cramming them in!
Don’t forget to upload your images to PhotoEntry, both for the critique evening and for our upcoming PDI competitions. Good luck!
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