This week we welcomed photography judge Eddie Lord to TPS to review round 2 of our members’ monochrome prints.
The full results are now available on the usual pages (round 2 scores and overall standings). Once again, the quality of your printed images was impressive and it’s great to see so many new members taking part as the competition progresses.
The scores are one thing, but the images are quite another! Here’s a selection of the judge’s favourite images – well done to everyone for taking part. We hope you find some inspiration for your next photo outing.
Next week (6th Feb) we’ve a treat for our TPS members with guest speaker and stand-up comedian Steve Best talking about his twenty years of behind-the-scenes experiences as photographer and funny man on the comedy circuit. Should be fun! And don’t forget – we’ll be in the Baptist Church Hall!
Check out our TPS events programme for details of the many goodies we have coming up later this year.
Once again, we have been blown away by the quality (and volume!) of images submitting into our TPS Natural History Competition!
Our judge, Steve Kingswell ARPS AFIAP, selected his favourite images and congratulations go out to:
PRINTS WINNER: Geoff Spriegel:
PRINTS WINNER: Brian Smith:
PDI WINNER: Geoff Spriegel:
PDI RUNNER-UP: Peter Veale:
All photo entries that scored 9 points or higher are now available to view in the shiny new Photo Galleries section of our website. Check them out, as well as the some of the highest scoring images from previous years.
Well done to everyone who took part in Round 1 of our 2019-20 TPS Colour Prints Competition last night. We received so many entries we had to limit Advanced Class members to just one print each so we were still able to review all of our Club Class prints. Yes, all 49 of them!
There were some superb prints on display, with the favourites being selected by our guest judge, Sheena Rogers.
As always I’ve shared all the images that were awarded 9 or more marks in the galleries below, but a special well done is first due to our 10-point superstars:
Clever clogs 10-point superstars! Jan Yardley, Malcolm Field, Dominic Murtagh, Jeff Vianna, Marie-Ange Bouchard, John Nathan, and Clare Pickett
Well done to everyone! We hope you picked up some tips and ideas for your next competition entries.
Next week we’ll be welcoming some very photogenic reptiles for a special TPS photoshoot. Full details are in our Events Programme. So, dust off your camera, charge up your batteries and look forward to creating some animal magic!
Our new TPS competition season kicked off in style last night with the first round of our PDI (Projected Digital Images) competition, expertly judged by Paul Graber LRPS.
We had so many entries this year our Competition Secretary elected to restrict all entrants to just one image, but this still left us with 38 Club Class and 18 Advanced Class photos to enjoy.
As our guest judge commented, the quality of the entries was very high, giving him a difficult task of picking out his favourites. If you took part, well done for getting involved. The scores are always interesting, but the most important thing for us all is that we took time to carefully consider each image and, hopefully, learned something new to help improve our own photography skills.
The full scores and (very early!) league tables are now available from our Results page.
I’ve collated all the images that scored a magnificent 9 points or more and shared them in the galleries below. Enjoy!
On Thursday 03 October, we’ll be meeting in the Godstone Baptist Church Hall, next to the Shell Service Station. On arrival, take the alleyway to the right-hand side of the main entrance, and enter the hall via the side door. DON’T FORGET: Bring along a few (2 or 3) images on a USB stick for Marcus and John’s Friendly Photo Critique.
Now get out with your camera and take some photos!
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!