Well done to everyone who took part in this week’s Colour Prints (Round 2) Competition. All entrants should have received a summary of the scores by email, courtesy of our new-fangled (and rather excellent!) Photo-Entry competition tool. If you haven’t yet seen the full scores, they are now available on our website here.
In time-honoured fashion, we’ve shared a few of the judge’s favourite images from the night below. If your image appears here, bravo! If it doesn’t, don’t worry, there’ll soon be another opportunity to enjoy celebrity and fame at our next competition night! 😉
Well done to everyone who took part in our Mono Prints Round 1 Competition last night. Our judge reviewed a total of 73 superb prints in the Club and Advanced Classes, reflecting a diverse range of topics and styles.
As always, the real winners are all the photographers who took part and picked up a few ideas and tips to help improve their images in future. We hope you had some “lightbulb moments” and are looking forward to Round 2 on 8th February 2018.
Our guest judge had the arduous task of picking his favourites and you’ll find a selection of the highest scoring images below.
If you’d like to review all the scores, the detailed score sheet is now available here.
Well done once again to all our Club and Advanced Class photographers. Great work!
The judge’s scores from this week’s TPS Natural History competitions are now available to view here.
Congratulations to everyone who took part. Capturing stunning photos of the natural world is a challenge for every photographer and our TPS members showed, once again, that they’re up for any challenge!
Our guest judge was James Godber and his favourite photos from both the PDI and Print sections are now available to view on our Facebook page. Don’t forget to Like, Comment and Share, while you’re there!
However, if Facebook’s not your thing, all is not lost! Here are the two winning images from the night:
WINNER: Natural History PDI Trophy – Brian Smith LRPS for “Meadow Brown Butterfly”:
WINNER: Natural History Print Trophy – John Nathan ARPS for “Flamingo After Feeding In Muddy Pool”:
Lovely images. Thanks to all the entrants for inspiring your fellow TPS members!
On Thursday 12th October we hosted Round 1 of our 2017-18 Colour Prints Competition. The hall was packed (we even ran out of chairs!) and we were delighted to see so many TPS members taking part in the competition. Many of our new members got into the game too, bravely mastering the tricky tasks of printing and mounting their photos to competition standards.
The quality of prints on display was superb and our guest judge, Rob Bonfield, really had his work cut out reviewing so many images and picking his favourites.
Congratulations to all our members for sharing their fabulous prints. You really are a talented bunch!
Here’s a selection of some of the judge’s favourite prints from the Club Class:
And, finally, here are some of the judge’s favourites from the Advanced Class:
The full scores can be downloaded from here on our website.
Well done everyone! Coming up this week (19th Oct) we have a guest speaker, Andy Skillen, with his illustrated talk ‘Walking with Bears’.
And our next competition will be Natural History (prints & PDIs) on 26th Oct. Time to get snapping!
For everyone who attended yesterday’s TPS Meeting where John Howard shared tips on how best to mount photos for competitions, here’s his list of suppliers used by some of our members. There are several local shops where you can buy a wide variety of boards, tapes and tools, and some of the online companies also provide fast delivery.
Don’t forget: If you wish to enter Round 1 of our Colour Prints Competition which will take place on Thursday 12th October, .jpg files of your print images — sized to the same specifications as for our PDI competitions — must be sent to our Internal Competitions Secretary via email@example.com by midnight on Monday 9th October. Each member can submit up to two .jpgs, and you should then bring your prints along by 7.45pm latest on the competition night.
Good luck to everyone. Remember: you’ve got to be in it to win it! And even if you don’t win, you’re only allowed to moan about the scores if you’ve taken part 😉