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2021 AGM

Last night was the last meeting of the 2020 / 21 season.

It was the AGM and quorum was reached as a result all actions and suggestion from the committee were agreed and a new committee elected for 2021 / 22

Officers And Committee Members

Club Chairman:

Paul Steans

chair@earlshiltoncameraclub.org.uk

Club Secretary:

James Botterill

secretary@earlshiltoncameraclub.org.uk

Programme Secretary

Ian Waite

progsec@earlshiltoncameraclub.org.uk

Treasurer

John Langham

treasurer@earlshiltoncameraclub.org.uk

Competition Secretary

Gary Wood

compsec@earlshiltoncameraclub.org.uk

Other Committee Members :

Daniel Wood

Debbie Lowe

John Denny

Steve Pears

2021 Neville Jackson Image of the year

Last night saw the last competition of the season with the Neville Jackson Image of the year which was an Open competition externally judged by David Kissman CPAGB BPE2*

David had 58 images to comment upon and was very insightful and constructive in those comments.

Isobel Chesterman emerged victorious with her image “Newhaven Storm”

Newhaven Storm by Isobel Chesterman

Newhaven Storm

just piping as an indication of the quality 3 other images that were awarded top marks

 

Image # Title Author Score Position
1 6990 Witherslack Hall Gary Wood 15
2 A Basket Of Oranges Julie Holbeche Maund 14
3 Baddersley Clinton Rob Jones 14
4 Beacon Hill Rocks Ken Chesterman 15
5 Bell Tower At Packwood Rob Jones 13
6 Bucolic Autumn Steve Pears 13
7 Buttermere James Botterill 16
8 Cage Fighter Debbie Lowe 18
9 Caught In The Buffers Ken Chesterman 14
10 Charlestown Harbour John Smith 17
11 Chequered Path Peter Lawrance 14
12 Clear Round Peter Lawrance 14
13 Dormant Dodgems Roger Leck 17
14 Early Morning Workout Steve Pears 16
15 Feather And Silk Phil Mallin 18
16 Feeding Time Paul Steans 14
17 For The Future Paul Steans 13
18 Grace And Elegance Graham Townsend 16
19 Guitar Hero Graham Townsend 17
20 Haute Cuisine Peter Lawrance 20 Highly Commended
21 Here Comes The Big One Ken Chesterman 14
22 High Speed Rail Ian Waite 17
23 Hot Wheels James Botterill 18
24 Leave Me Alone Roger Leck 13
25 Liss The Ballerina Al Simms 15
26 Look No Hands Alan Wardropper 15
27 M42 Orion Nebula Rob Jones 15
28 Magnolia Debbie Lowe 17
29 Mijas Serenader Roger Leck 16
30 Misty Morning John Denny 20 Highly Commended
31 Mr And Mrs Mandarin Chantal Cooper 16
32 Newhaven Storm Isobel Chesterman 20 1st
33 Pin Mill James Botterill 17
34 Pole Position Steve Bexon 14
35 Pretty Little Psycho Debbie Lowe 15
36 Rain Dance Steve Bexon 16
37 Redwing Chantal Cooper 20 Highly Commended
38 Robin In The Snow Chantal Cooper 16
39 Roystone Rocks Phil Mallin 19 Commended
40 Ruffled Feathers Graham Townsend 16
41 Saltburn View John Smith 16
42 Sensual Alan Wardropper 17
43 Smiling Sphinx Rock Julie Holbeche Maund 18
44 Swithland Morning John Smith 15
45 Taking Off Isobel Chesterman 14
46 Tea Time Ian Waite 17
47 The Barber Paul Steans 15
48 The Home Turn Isobel Chesterman 19 Commended
49 The Lighthouse Julie Holbeche Maund 17
50 The Rear Gunner Al Simms 16
51 Time For A Rest Al Simms 19 Commended
52 To The Lighthouse Phil Mallin 18
53 Torridon Steve Pears 17
54 Trevose Head Lighthouse Gary Wood 15
55 Underneath The Arches Ian Waite 14
56 Waiting To Be Invited In Alan Wardropper 15
57 West Wheal Owles Gary Wood 13
58 Wyming Falls Steve Bexon 19 Commended

 

2021 AGM

2021 AGM

2020_21 ESCC Chair end of year report

2020_21 ESCC Vice Chairmans Report

2020_21 ESCC Secretary’s Report

2020_21 ESCC Programme Secretary report

2020_21 ESCC Treasurers Report

Competition Secretary’s report

2021 MCPF Photofolio

We entered 15 image’s into the 3 categories Colour, Monochrome and Nature and had 16 accepted 8 Colour, 7 Monochrome & 1 in Nature

With “Newhaven Storm” by Isobel Chesterman receiving a Highly Commended

We finished joint 12th out of 50 clubs in the Colour with 161. 18th out of 49 clubs in the Monochrome with 169 and 27th out of 44 clubs in Nature with 148

 

Colour Acceptance Mark 11

“Cariad” Alan Wardropper scored 10

“Focused and Determined” Alan Wardropper scored 13 and was accepted

“Jump for Joy” Alan Wardropper scored 9

“Innocence” James Botterill scored 11 and was accepted

“Orphan’s Hope” James Botterill scored 12 and was accepted

“Waiting for Santa” James Botterill scored 11 and was accepted

“Sea Spray” Julie Holbeche-Maund scored 11 and was accepted

“The Red Dress” Julie Holbeche-Maund scored 13 and was accepted

“Smiling Sphinx Rock” Julie Holbeche-Maund scored 9

Smiling Sphinx Rock Nz by Julie Holbeche Maund

“Chequered” Peter Lawrance scored 10

“Masked” Peter Lawrance scored 9

“Window Light” Peter Lawrance scored 9

“2LBS of Carrots” Phil Mallin scored 12and was accepted

“Carla in White” Phil Mallin scored 10

“Te Hoho Rock” Phil Mallin scored 12 and was accepted

 

Monochrome (acceptance mark 12)

“Evil Intentions” Alan Wardropper scored 9

“Killing Time” Alan Wardropper scored 11

“Grunta Beach” James Botterill scored 9

“Back with a Splash” Isobel Chesterman scored 11

“Newhaven Storm” Isobel Chesterman scored 14 and was accepted and awarded Highly Commended

Newhaven Storm by Isobel Chesterman

“The Thinker” Chantal Cooper scored 11

“Fun in the Township” Debbie Lowe scored 12 and was accepted

Fun In The Township by Debbie Lowe

“She Warrior” Julie Holbeche-Maund scored 13 and was accepted

“Tegan” scored 10 Julie Holbeche-Maund

“The Pearl Bracelet” Julie Holbeche-Maund scored 12 and was accepted

“The Widow” Julie Holbeche-Maund scored 12 and was accepted

“Birmingham Graffiti” Peter Lawance scored 12 and was accepted

“Massage” Peter Lawrance scored 10

“Roystone Moonlight” Phil Mallin scored 11

“The Starlet” Phil Mallin scored 12 and was accepted

Nature (acceptance mark 12)

“Male Kestrel on the Look Out” Trish Ruddin scored 11

“Mountain Hare Against the Elements” Trish Ruddin scored 13 and was accepted

“Red Squirrel Reflection” Trish Ruddin scored 9

“Red Squirrel” Trish Ruddin scored 11

“Giant Asian Praying Mantis” Ian Waite scored 9

“Harvest Mouse” Ian Waite scored 10

“American Red Tailed Buzzard” Ian Waite scored 9

American Red Tailed Buzzard-Ian Waite

“Hedgehog Unrolling” Chantal Cooper scored 10

“Jumping Fox” Chantal Cooper scored 9

“Redwing” Chantal Cooper scored 11

“Robin in the Snow” Chantal Cooper scored 9

“Secret Squirrel” Debbie Lowe scored 9

“Dark Blue Tiger” Peter Lawrance scored 9

“Keep Your Distance” Peter Lawrance scored 9

2021 PAGB GB Trophy Results

Results for 2021 PAGB GB Trophy saw ESCC finish 18 from 41 clubs with 137 for the top 12 images and also 18 with 174 for top 16 images

We  submitted 32 images into theThe GB Trophy 2021 – GB Cup or Trophy Club Competition/Selection Process.

This Competition/Selection was judged/selected on the 30-01-2021.

Please find your results below :-

Alan Wardropper Looking to the Light 9
Alan Wardropper Searching 9
Alan Wardropper Thoughts 9
Alan Wardropper Queen of the Dance 9
Debbie Lowe Bradgate weir at dusk 9
Debbie Lowe Thoughtful 8
Debbie Lowe Fun in the Township 9
Debbie Lowe Sunset Storm 9
Ian Waite New Crew 9
Ian Waite The Scamp 10
Ian Waite Sydney by Night 8
Ian Waite Coming through 9
James Botterill High Tide 10
James Botterill Mother Cap 10
James Botterill Woolacombe Bay 10
James Botterill Mill Rock Moon 11
Julie Holbeche-Maund Saltwick Nab 13
Julie Holbeche-Maund The Black and White Hat 9
Julie Holbeche-Maund Rydal Mist 12
Julie Holbeche-Maund Smiling Sphinx Rock NZ 11
Peter Lawrance Undercover Speed 9
Peter Lawrance His masters Voice 8
Peter Lawrance Tenament Toil 9
Peter Lawrance Pastel Man 9
Phil Mallin Feather and Silk 9
Phil Mallin Peppers 11
Phil Mallin Vestrahorn 15 4. Certificate
Phil Mallin Ivory Flame 12
Steve Pears The Preacher 11
Steve Pears The Shoeseller 9
Steve Pears Four Men in a Boat 9
Steve Pears Street Seller 11

 

In the GB Trophy Nature round we finished 25th from 33 clubs with 116 for top 12 images

we entered 16 images into The GB Trophy for Nature 2021 – GB Cup or Trophy Club Competition/Selection Process.

This Competition/Selection was judged/selected on the 30-01-2021.

Please find your results below :-

Chantal Cooper Barn Owl Chick 9
Chantal Cooper Mountain Hare 12
Chantal Cooper Fox in Flowers 9
Chantal Cooper Kestrel feeding on post 9
Ian Waite Bee on Stachys 9
Ian Waite Harvest Mouse 9
Ian Waite Giant Asian Praying Mantis 10
Ian Waite Food Fight 9
Steve Pears Peacock Tree Frog 9
Steve Pears Jungle Babbler 9
Steve Pears Lunch 10
Steve Pears Crested Gecko 8
Trish Rudin Red Squirrel reflection 10
Trish Rudin Mountain Hare against the elements 10
Trish Rudin Male Kestrel on the look out 10
Trish Rudin Blue tit 9

 

2021 / 22 Competitions

Internal Competitions 2021 / 22

Competition

Type

Submission

Date

 Secretary’s Challenge

 Themed Print 

15/9/2021 

29/9/2021 

 POTY 1 Open

Open Print 

29/9/2021 

  13/10/2021 

 POTY 2 Monochrome

Open PDI 

3/11/2021 

17/11/2021 

 POTY 3 Natural Light Portrait  

Themed Print 

 24/11/2021 

8/12/2021 

 Trevor Wain UK Landscape

Themed Print 

15/12/2021 

12/1/2022 

 POTY 4 Monochrome

Themed Prin

19/1/2022 

2/2/2022 

 POTY 5 Open

Themed Print 

16/2/2022 

2/3/2022 

 POTY 6 Nature

Themed PDI 

 16/3/2022 

30/3/2022 

 POTY 7 Sports Action

Themed Print 

13/4/2022 

27/4/2022 

 Neville Jackson IOTY

Open Print 

4/5/2022 

 18/5/2022 

 

2020 / 21 POTY 7 Environmental Portrait

Last night was the final round of POTY 7 which was themed Environmental Portrait and saw some quite excellent images.

 

02 (40) Ben – Steve Pears Scores 15.83 9 19 I 5.21 3 7 C 5.21 T 5.14

He seems cheery, his face is well lit – maybe a tad too much considering it’s a grey sky?
Sharp everywhere except on person when zoomed in. Need to focus on face

03 (42) Bob – Dave Varnham Scores 13.38 9 17 I 4.47 3 6 C 4.33 T 4.53

Could do with more concentration on the subject as the person is small in frame, needs cropping and processing, especially on face
Also Dog is slightly cropped, Whole dog or no dog please

04 (28) Bratwurst Boys – Graham Townsend Scores 17.69 10 22 I 6.07 4 7 C 5.67 T 5.73


was taken at Birmingham Christmas Market, 28/11/16. It was really dark. 1/400 f3.2 ISO 400. Overall a bit dark, benefit from dodging and burning on faces but well captured moment expression on middle man makes it.

05 (6) Caught In The Act – Paul Steans – HELD BACK

06 (9) Caught In The Buffers – Ken Chesterman – HELD BACK

07 (9) Coffee Break – Isobel Chesterman – HELD BACK

08 (33) Emerging From The Dive – Alan Wardropper Scores 17.25 12 21 I 5.86 4 7 C 5.43 T 5.86


The divers expression makes i. A little out of focus on his right arm – the sharpness seems to be on the bottles in the front.  Nice image but not much of the subject as lots of equipment and not much portrait

09 (6) Fire Eater – Julie Holbeche-Maund – HELD BACK

10 (25) GCR Loco Driver – Steve Bexon Scores 17.83 10 23.5 I 6.04 4 8.5 C 5.57 T 6.07


Driver is too clean would have helped to see just a bit more train to give the environment

11 (25) Green Braids – Peter Lawrance Scores 17.83 14 22 I 6.5 4 8 C 5.79 T 5.57


The young lady with green hair was walking in London and as you can tell from her expression she was really pleased that I was taking loads of photos of her. Eyes need to be a little sharper and a squarer crop would have been nice.

12 (27) Haute Cuisine – Peter Lawrance Scores 17.75 13 21 I 6 4 7 C 5.86 T 5.79

The Food seller was in Camden market and decided that I must have been hungry as I had stood in the same position by his stall for so long.
Nice image although top half of face a little dark, eyes not sharp

13 (36) Just Popping Out – Gary Wood Scores 16.85 12 21 I 5.53 4 7 C 5.73 T 5.53


Needs more dodging and burning to improve tones

Street band in St Ives, Cornwall. Taken on a iPhone 4S. Drain was removed, background darkened, lamppost signs made less distracting in Photoshop also the image was squared up.

Might have looked better without the lamp post – but made me smile

15 (8) Lady In Waiting – Julie Holbeche-Maund – HELD BACK

16 (23) Latin Dance Competition – Chantal Cooper Scores 18.08 12 24 I 6.3 4 8 C 5.93 T 5.83


The dancers are beautifully clear. Difficult to crop because of background but possibly a better angle or zoom when taking photo as the adults are distracting-crop to just above their knees

17 (1) Master Mason – James Botterill – HELD BACK

18 (38) Missing Person Search Briefing – Debbie Lowe Scores 15.92 10 19 I 5.5 4 8 C 4.93 T 5.29


Too many people which causes the middle person to be obscured. Lacks eye contact from anyone

19 (14) Mr G – John Smith Scores 19.85 15 24.5 I 6.7 5 8.5 C 6.67 T 6.47


Darken to right of ice cream van

20 (4) Mr Valet – James Botterill – HELD BACK

21 (41) Persimmon Workers – Roger Leck Scores 14.46 10 19 I 5 4 7 C 4.73 T 4.73

Bloke in the centre, whatever is in his hand is very distracting, looks like a scratch. Unbalanced. They appear to posing in an ideal position so why squash them at the edge of photo

22 (35) Preparing To Launch – John Denny Scores 17.13 12 22 I 6.04 4 7.5 C 5.5 T 5.57

RNLI lifeboat crew getting ready for training launch at Tenby, Wales. Background separated and levels adjusted, background people (4) removed, some writing removed, glare on visors and highlights edited.
Can’t see faces. Fluorescent lights are too bright. Don’t need the left hand side, needs dodging and burning to get rid of bright lights and enhance people

23 (37) Protecting Richard III – Debbie Lowe Scores 16.79 12 23 I 6.07 4 8 C 5.54 T 5.29


Shame about the onlookers as figures in background are distracting – and the feet missing from the subject – otherwise very emotive. Could be sharper, person at front too dark, lighten and raise clarity. Windows overexposed

24 (16) Putting The Kettle On – Ian Waite Scores 19.67 14 30 I 6.46 4 10 C 6.86 T 6.68


Nice effect. Needs details enhancing and some work on the mono tones to give more impact

25 (21) Re-enactment Indian – Roger Leck Scores 18.73 13 23 I 6.5 4 8 C 6 T 6.13


Right side too bright either step to the right and recompose which would also help to remove distracting stick on left. Or in post production could have been improved by a squarer crop cropping from the right, tone down highlights on person.

26 (24) Rescued Baby Badger – Chantal Cooper Scores 17.88 14 21 I 5.97 4 8 C 5.93 T 5.93


Background too bright

27 (42) Return Of The Coach – Andy Freeman Scores 13.38 10 17 I 4.6 4 6 C 4.6 T 4.2


looks very blurry to me, Poor focus. Too much empty space. Nothing looks sharp, crop off left side

28 (22) Salman – Steve Pears Scores 18.42 14 23.5 I 6.14 4 8 C 6.18 T 6.14


That’s one way to cut your toe nails. Square crop may work better?

29 (39) Sausages And Bacon – Dave Varnham Scores 15.85 12 19 I 5.6 4 8 C 5.07 T 5.13


It would have been better if Carl was facing the camera. Could be improved with a little cropping and details and colours enhancing.

30 (32) Say Hi To The Peaky Blinders – Al Simms Scores 17.33 13 26 I 6.07 4 9 C 5.96 T 5.61


Love the eye contact. Needs dodging and burning. Guys face is soft so losing detail

31 (30) Spit And Polish – Andy Freeman Scores 17.38 12 22 I 6.07 4 8 C 5.53 T 5.73


His face looks out of focus (might be me), Plane in focus, person isn’t losing detail in face, Sky is too bright

32 (11) Stable Girl – Graham Townsend Scores 20.42 13 26 I 6.77 4 9 C 6.87 5 9 T 6.67 4 9


(Perhaps stretching the theme a bit here as it is really a studio portrait, but she is in a stable 🙂. Perhaps skin tones could be improved on face as a little flat

33 (13) The Barber – Paul Steans Scores 20.17 14 28 I 6.89 4 9 C 6.71 5 10 T 6.68 4 10


Nice image, could have a bit less of the mirror frame on the right. Personally – I’d have liked to have seen a bit more of the lower face, Lighten the shadows a little on barbers face? Shame the customers head isn’t all in the picture

34 (30) The Corner Shop – John Smith Scores 17.38 14 26 I 6.3 5 8 C 6 4 9 T 5.43 3 9


Great image, but a lot of noise.  Crop in slightly from left

35 (18) The Horse And Jockey – Phil Mallin Scores 19.33 14 25 I 6.39 5 8.5 C 6.61 4 9 T 6.36 5 8


The Horse and Jockey- Phil Mallin Taken on location whilst a friends’ son was in training to be a jockey. Crop in slightly on left

36 (18) The Last Check – Alan Wardropper Scores 19.33 14 25 I 6.61 4 8.5 C 6.75 5 8.5 T 6 4 8


3Nice image.  Portrait very small in overall picture so hard to see detail

37 (29) The Proprietor – Gary Wood Scores 17.54 13 21 I 5.9 4 7.5 C 5.77 4 7 T 5.8 4 7


Probably the processing but colours tones look a bit flat, person looking away so no eye contact, Would have like the subject to be looking at the camera. Would have like to see the full shop name

38 (15) The Stoker – Ian Waite Scores 19.71 14 23 I 6.64 5 8 C 6.43 4 8 T 6.46 5 8


Image sharp overall but face loses detail when zoomed in

39 (2) The Sweeps Work Is Done – Al Simms – HELD BACK

40 (17) Up In The Air – Ken Chesterman Scores 19.5 13 24 I 6.43 4 8 C 6.64 4 8 T 6.29 5 8


Probably more impact in colour or colour popped

41 (5) Waiting For The Whistle – Steve Bexon – HELD BACK

42 (12) Will This Do – Isobel Chesterman Scores 20.38 16 28 I 7 5 9 C 6.82 5 10 T 6.79 5 9

06 (9) Caught In The Buffers – Ken Chesterman Scores 20.46 16 25 I 6.93 5 8 C 6.79 T 6.75


A bit more of the environment would have been nice. Lost detail on top of head, benefit from dodging and burning. Is he happy he’s in the photo? Is the bottom left corner grainy or is it me?

06 07 (9) Coffee Break – Isobel Chesterman Scores 20.46 15 26 I 6.82 5 9 C 6.75 T 6.89


was taken in Coventry Town Centre. Face skin tones could be improved, darken bag but otherwise works well as a monochrome image

15 (8) Lady In Waiting – Julie Holbeche-Maund Scores 20.75 13 29 I 6.64 4 9 C 6.89 T 7.25


Taken in a Victorian style house. Lighting set to High Speed Sync so that the outside could be seen. Love the lighting. Face soft and needs dodging and burning to improve mono tones

05 (6) Caught In The Act – Paul Steans Scores 21.29 14 27 I 7.21 5 9 C 6.96 T 7

Those eyes are amazing! They jusy hold you and draw your focus. Cute picture, square crop works well. Well captured pose

09 (6) Fire Eater – Julie Holbeche-Maund Scores 21.29 12 29 I 7.07 3 10 C 6.75 T 7.36


Taken on a lake on an estate. Joel wanted to have an image of him on a burning boat. Lighting set to High Speed Sync. Just after this shot, Joel jumped into the water and forgot that he was filming himself on a GoPro at the front of the boat, which caught on fire and melted.
Well captured, reflection adds. Found the little grey flecks distracting, but really loved the power of the picture. Can’t see much face detail

41 (5) Waiting For The Whistle – Steve Bexon Scores 21.79 15 27 I 7.18 4 9 C 7.14 5 9 T 7.36 5 9


That face has a story to tell. Great image, works well in black & white

20 (4) Mr Valet – James Botterill Scores 22.31 14 26 I 7.43 5 9 C 7.27 T 7.3


Inside of van a bit dark

43 (3) Wood Maiden – Phil Mallin Scores 22.92 18 29 I 7.46 5 9 C 7.57 6 10 T 7.96 6 10


Taken in Harts Hill Hayes Nuneaton, using lighting set to High Speed Sync.

39 (2) The Sweeps Work Is Done – Al Simms Scores 23.75 15 27.5 I 7.64 5 9 C 7.71 5 9 T 8.04 5 9.5


Mono processing handled well with good tones

17 (1) Master Mason – James Botterill Scores 24 15 29 I 8.2 5 10 C 7.53 T 8


STRIKING! Perhaps crop in slightly from the right. What’s the smoke about, it doesn’t fit

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2020 / 21 POTY Table of Results

  ESCC – Photographer of the Year 2020/21
                   
RANK MEMBER TOTAL
AVGE
SCORE
R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7
1 James Botterill 313.49 45.09 46.06 43.04 47.00 46.12 39.88 46.31
2 Julie Holbeche-Maund 304.90 46.13 45.19 44.05 44.80 45.63 37.07 42.04
3 Phil Mallin 294.27 45.09 42.24 43.23 41.30 44.44 35.73 42.25
4 Isobel Chesterman 284.36 41.26 38.76 38.64 46.25 36.69 41.93 40.83
5 Steve Bexon 277.60 45.22 37.19 39.77 40.25 37.88 37.67 39.63
6 Chantal Cooper 270.47 37.67 32.32 44.70 38.14 39.00 42.69 35.96
7 Peter Lawrance 265.98 40.09 39.00 37.55 40.40 36.56 36.80 35.58
8 Ken Chesterman 260.70 37.78 38.24 35.41 32.90 36.88 39.53 39.96
9 Debbie Lowe 257.80 38.57 40.27 38.27 35.90 32.41 39.67 32.71
10 Ian Waite 257.40 38.09 33.76 36.09 40.80 35.75 33.53 39.38
11 John Denny 255.41 35.17 37.48 35.59 37.35 39.88 34.07 35.88
12 Gary Wood 255.06 41.22 36.14 35.86 36.62 35.35 35.48 34.38
13 Al Simms 252.16 41.26 29.73 39.00 35.20 32.69 33.20 41.08
14 Steve Pears 249.52 38.43 36.62 36.05 34.00 35.38 34.80 34.25
15 John Smith 244.28 32.91 32.76 37.23 36.15 35.75 32.25 37.23
16 Graham townsend 240.38 39.39 33.05 40.82 19.45 38.19 31.38 38.12
17 Roger Leck 235.84 35.30 31.24 34.64 33.05 32.69 35.73 33.19
18 Andy Freeman 235.79 35.48 31.52 33.77 34.55 35.56 34.13 30.77
19 Paul Steans 214.39   37.29 35.09 33.20 36.69 30.67 41.46
20 Alan Wardropper 207.10 41.17 17.81 40.60 34.30 36.63   36.58
21 Dave Varnham 185.07   29.00 32.27 30.70 35.12 28.75 29.23
22 Daniel Wood 168.38 33.00 34.50 38.30 14.67 18.53 29.38  
23 Margaret Waterson 142.45 38.65 31.76 34.18 37.85      
24 Geoff Whitelocks 99.97 34.43 32.76 32.77        
25 Chris Dunne 94.35   23.71 29.68 13.76   27.19  
26 Trish Rudin 55.97 39.22         16.75  
27 Loz Waterson 31.52 31.52            
28 Steve Signorelli 31.44           31.44  
29 Md Trigg 30.55 15.46 15.09          
30 Jason Wainde 28.25 28.25          

2020 / 21 POTY 7 Environmental Portrait Table of Results

  Competition: Environmental Portrait    
  Date: 05 May 2020    
No Title Author Rank Avge
17 Master Mason James Botterill 1 24.00
39 The Sweeps Work Is Done Al Simms 2 23.75
43 Wood Maiden Phil Mallin 3 22.92
20 Mr Valet James Botterill 4 22.31
41 Waiting For The Whistle Steve Bexon 5 21.79
5 Caught In The Act Paul Steans 6 21.29
9 Fire Eater Julie Holbeche-Maund 6 21.29
15 Lady In Waiting Julie Holbeche-Maund 8 20.75
6 Caught In The Buffers Ken Chesterman 9 20.46
7 Coffee Break Isobel Chesterman 9 20.46
32 Stable Girl Graham Townsend 11 20.42
42 Will This Do Isobel Chesterman 12 20.38
33 The Barber Paul Steans 13 20.17
19 Mr G John Smith 14 19.85
38 The Stoker Ian Waite 15 19.71
24 Putting The Kettle On Ian Waite 16 19.67
40 Up In The Air Ken Chesterman 17 19.50
35 The Horse And Jockey Phil Mallin 18 19.33
36 The Last Check Alan Wardropper 18 19.33
14 Just Think Of The Money John Denny 20 18.75
25 Reenactment Indian Roger Leck 21 18.73
28 Salman Steve Pears 22 18.42
16 Latin Dance Competition Chantal Cooper 23 18.08
26 Rescued Baby Badger Chantal Cooper 24 17.88
10 Gcr Loco Driver Steve Bexon 25 17.83
11 Green Braids Peter Lawrance 25 17.83
12 Haute Cuisine Peter Lawrance 27 17.75
4 Bratwurst Boys Graham Townsend 28 17.69
37 The Proprietor Gary Wood 29 17.54
31 Spit And Polish Andy Freeman 30 17.38
34 The Corner Shop John Smith 30 17.38
30 Say Hi To The Peaky Blinders Al Simms 32 17.33
8 Emerging From The Dive Alan Wardropper 33 17.25
1 Alicia Working The Virtual Enviroment   34 17.23
22 Preparing To Launch John Denny 35 17.13
13 Just Popping Out Gary Wood 36 16.85
23 Protecting Richard III Debbie Lowe 37 16.79
18 Missing Person Search Briefing Debbie Lowe 38 15.92
29 Sausages And Bacon Dave Varnham 39 15.85
2 Ben Steve Pears 40 15.83
21 Persimmon Workers Roger Leck 41 14.46
3 Bob Dave Varnham 42 13.38
27 Return Of The Coach Andy Freeman 42 13.38

2021 Leicester & Leicestershire Photographic Society Annual Exhibition

Success for both CLub and members in this year Leicester & Leicestershire Photographic Society Annual Exhibition

Greenlees Interclub projected images

1st Earl Shilton Camera Club with “Newhaven Storm” – Isobel Chesterman,

Newhaven Storm by Isobel Chesterman

Newhaven Storm

“Nightime On Tower Bridge” – Steve Bexon,

Nightime On Tower Bridge by Steve Bexon

Nightime On Tower Bridge

“The Thinker” – Chantal Cooper

& “Wanaka In The Breeze” – Julie Holbeche-Maund

Open entry, projected colour images

Isobel Chesterman achieved 1st with “The Home Turn”, a HC for “Paddy Loves the Sea” and also had  “Doggy Paddle”, “Golden Glow”, “Red Kite” & “Sandhole Oak Barn View”  accepted

Phil Mallin achieved 2nd with “Ivory Flame” HC for “Peppers”, “SS Nornen” & “Vestrahorn”

Julie Holbeche-Maund had “Rydal Mist”, “Saltwick Nab”, “Smiling Sphinx Rock”, “The lighthouse”, “The Red Dress” & “Wanaka Tree” accepted

Peter Lawrance had “Flash Mob”, “Forest Fantasy”, “Pastel Man”, “St Pauls At Night” & “The Final Push” accepted

Open entry, projected monochrome images

Isobel Chesterman achieved a HC for “A Storm Brewing”

Peter Lawrance achieved a Commended for “Mont Blanc” & “Outback Stockman” and had “Night Prowler”, “Passionate”, “Towards Tower Bridge” & “Uphill Struggle” accepted

Open entry, projected sport images

Isobel Chesterman had “Forging Ahead” & “That Sinking Feeling” accepted

Peter Lawrance had “About Turn”, “Battling On”, “Hanging On”, “Holding On” & “Mud In Your Eye” accepted

Great Central Railway, projected images

Peter Lawrance achieved a HC got “Happy In The Job” and commended for “Looking Back” & “Overflow” and had “Steaming”, “Thoughtful” & “Vision In Steam” accepted

 

Full list os accepted images can be found at Accepted Images for the 2021 Annual Exhibition

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