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.
Having visited Leap at night and enjoyed the Halloween apparitions at our last meeting, this week sees an in-house competition based around the theme of “Life After Dark.”
Congratulations to John for his winning image, The Nibbling Shop.
Another year, another Johnny Creedon Nature Photographer of the Year competition. The same old winner – Nicholas!
This evening saw the first of several intra-club competitions. All entries had to be printed and then presented in a strut mount for judging by three club members. There could be only one winner and that turned out to be Joy!
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!