We are very sorry we had to cancel our planned TPS event on 12th March while we carefully monitored government advice about how to manage public events. Thank you for your understanding as we demonstrate an abundance of caution to help keep all our TPS members safe while the Coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads. We’ll issue further updates about future meetings as soon as possible; watch this space…
There is some good news though! Our judge, Simon Van Orden, very kindly agreed to judge your PDI entries remotely, awarding each image the customary score out of 10, as well as detailed comments on his reflections. We are hugely grateful to Simon for helping out so generously.
So that means we have some scores… and some winners… and some 2019-2020 champions to announce!
You can find the scores awarded by the judge for each image on our results page.
Here are the judge’s favourite Club Class images:
Here are the judge’s favourite Advanced Class images:
Congratulations to everyone whose images appear above. This means you scored 9 points or more, yay! Here’s a virtual round of applause, just for you, please join in:
Good clapping everyone! Now please wash your hands for longer than the applause lasted.
Like me, you’re probably wondering why your image got the score it did, so please download the document below to read the judge’s comments:
With the Round Three scores in, we are now delighted to announce the final standings in our 2019-2020 PDI Competitions.
Congratulations to our Club Class winner Gary Coomber with a spectacular 38.0 points and also to our runner up Peter Beard with 37.5. You both produced some stunning images in this year’s competitions and deserve your well-earned promotion into the Advanced Class for next season – bravo!
Congratulations go to our joint winners Clare Pickett LRPS and Marie-Ange Bouchard ARPS CPAGB. Phenomenal scores and beautiful photography. We’re proud to have such talented photographers in our club.
You can see the full league tables on our results page.
(and now, in true virtual style, please be brave and leave a comment below for our winners!)
The PDI competition is now concluded for 2019-20 but it will be back again in 2020-21, so get out now and start taking more lovely photos. And if you find yourself in self-isolation over the coming weeks, why not challenge yourself to take a few interesting, unexpected photos from around your home? Every spare moment is an opportunity to practise your love of photography.
More news will follow on the plans for future TPS meetings. For now, stay safe and happy,… and please wash your hands!