Our latest lockdown competition centered on an all too familiar circumstance, Solitude. Honorary member, Simon Hill, ABIPP EFIAP FRPS FRGS FRSA was asked to judge the competition and as expected did an amazing job. Continue reading Solitude
Our first on-line competition, Spring, was a resounding success thanks to John’s efforts in setting up and arranging the meeting using a previously unknown to many web conferencing app and Mel, Anne and Michael’s willingness to judge the entries. Continue reading Spring
This was the last meeting for the calendar year before we take a break for Christmas.
Entries into this year’s Photographer of the Year (POTY) competition were due tonight. The theme for the competition was the N71. Continue reading Candid photos & POTY
The next Club Competition will be coming along on the 11th December, the same night we are all handing in our our POTY 2019 entries !
Here are the rules :
Theme : ‘A candid photograph of a person, not set up, not posed.’
One photograph either colour or monochrome.
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.
This evening we were delighted to welcome the Reverend Kingsley Sutton from the congregation of Kilgariffe Union of Parishes. Kingsley was one of the three judges of our POTY competition this year, the others being renowned photographer of Fallen Angels fame and friend of the club, Michael O’Sullivan and local artist Donagh Carey.