The judge’s fancy was tickled but not by Nicholas. For the first time in 4 years, a new winner – Rita!! Below is Rita’s fabulous sinning image of a Robin captured in her back yard proving you don’t have to go far from home to capture wonderful nature photographs. Well done Rita.
Another year, another Johnny Creedon Nature Photographer of the Year competition. The same old winner – Nicholas!
Just the one 5-minute presentation this week and many thanks to Mel for sharing her love of colour. A self-proclaimed serial photographer, Mel’s been undertaking a course of study which has led her up many new paths one of which has led her to discover that taking photographs based on a narrative or a documentary or as a series of abstractions can often engage the viewer and ask more questions than a one-off photograph. Continue reading POTY feedback
It was time for Mike Brown to once again don his judging hat and consider the entries in this year’s Johnny Creedon Nature Photographer of the Year competition. And for the second year in a row Nicholas came out on top, this time with his photo of a snail. Congratulations!
Many thanks to all members who submitted images for our Rebel Cup panel an overview of which appears below. Our results were a little disappointing but we improved on our last effort so progress is being made. Many thanks to John & Patricia for taking the panel up and also to those members who went up to offer their support.
Members can view the results and the individual images by following this link.
Following on from the success of the lighting workshops with Tadg, members were asked to submit a portrait, mono or colour, for this competition.
Although the number of entries turned out to be disappointingly small the standard showed that all had learnt from Tadg’s sessions.
Congratulations to Geoff for yet another successful entry and many thanks to Joe and Tom for standing in and judging at short notice.