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2022 Trevor Wain UK Landscape Results

Congratulations goto Phil Mallin who won this years  2022 Trevor Wain UK Landscape  thanks to the judge Chris Baldwin for his insightful comments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2021 / 22 POTY 3 Natural Light Portrait Print Results

 

 

  Competition: Monochrome Open    
  Date: 8 Dec 2021    
No Title Author Rank Avge
17 Porcelain Phil Mallin 1 24.25
11 Holly Julie Holbeche-Maund 2 24.125
27 Lydia Ian Waite 3 23.71
16 Philip Paul Steans 4 23.29
25 Homeless James Botterill 5 23.26
23 European Eagle Owl Chantal Cooper 6 22.61
26 Lilly in March Julie Holbeche-Maund 7 22.39
6 Enjoying A Pipe Alan Wardropper 8 22.29
9 George James Botterill 9 22.08
31 Sophie Paul Steans 10 21.625
21 Alex Phil Mallin 11 21.25
30 Show Me How Tigers Roar Alan Wardropper 12 21.04
10 Helen Robin Astle 13 20.48
5 Ellie Chantal Cooper 14 20.375
33 That Was Tough Isobel Chesterman 14 20.375
1 Beauty And The Buttercups Debbie Lowe 16 20.33
7 Eve Ian Waite 17 20.29
4 Elise Isobel Chesterman 18 20.21
24 Golden Girl Debbie Lowe 19 20.17
18 Porter At Great Central Rob Jones 20 20.125
15 Marie Jean Allan Simms 21 20
13 In The Field Derick Langman 22 19.96
20 We Like Ice Cream Robin Astle 23 19.92
3 Caitlin John Smith 24 19.33
14 Lovely Cousin Roger Leck 24 19.33
28 Oh Emily Steve Pears 26 19.28
32 Spooky Rob Jones 27 19.17
35 Twins Allan Simms 27 19.17
12 I cannot tell what the dickens what his name is Steve Pears 29 19.16
22 Demi John Smith 30 19.13
34 The Short Arm Of The Law Andy Freeman 31 19.04
29 Re Enaction John Denny 32 18.875
8 Food For Thought Kim Wright 33 18.71
2 Braids John Denny 34 18.67
19 The Bouncer Andy Freeman 35 18.5

 

2021 / 22 POTY 3 Natural Light Gallery

2021 Model Shoot – Ivory Flame Results

As mentioned last week we had a meeting with a difference in that members were asked to bring in their cameras and had the chance to shoot portraits of Ivory Flame a professional model

This evening we reviewed the results

 

 

2021 Model Shoot – Ivory Flame

This week we had a meeting with a difference in that members were asked to bring in their cameras and had the chance to shoot portraits of Ivory Flame a professional model

The evening was mentored by Jules and Phil who gave a brief intro on how they would approach such a shoot and also allowed us to use their very lighting set-up

As an aside Ian also provided a tutorial session into the new features of Lightroom.

2021 / 22 POTY2 Monochrome PDI Results

Winner was Jules with “Siren”

2nd Debbie Low with  “King Arthur”

3rd Phil Mallin “Eilean Donan Castle”

 

1 (52) 1956 Graffiti – Chris Dunne

Scored 12.69 9 17
I 4 3 5 C 4.11 3 6 T 4.61 3 7

Not sure what I am looking at here. White at the top of the frame is distracting. My eye is going to the background as there is more to see than what i think is the subject.

2 (45) All The Fun Of The Fair – Peter Lawrance

Scored 17.07 11 22
I 5.71 4 7 C 5.41 4 7 T 5.88 3 8

A good motion image, it a shame that the only child in focus is the 1st child on the left which keeps your eye to the left. a little bit of fuzziness on the left at the bottom, not sure what it is.

3 (36) Back Street – Graham Townsend

Scored 18.4 13 24
I 6 4 8 C 6.24 4 8 T 6.18 4 8

Great image, shame about the darkened sky would have kept this light to balance the floor. Just needs a bit of tiding up.

4 (41) Beach Walker – John Smith

Scored 17.69 11 23
I 5.78 4 8 C 6 4 8 T 5.83 3 8

lovely beach shot, great natural sky. great mono black to white with mid tones. Shame about the weaker over lightened and he has a halo where the photographer has lightened him.

5 (30) Black Rock Cottage – Trish Rudin

Scored 18.94 13 26
I 6.44 4 8 C 6.11 3 9 T 6.44 4 9

Nice landscape, some blown out areas in the whites. Rock at front too bright

6 (36) Caught In The Act – Ian Waite

Scored 18.4 13 23
I 6.35 4 8 C 6 4 8 T 5.94 3 7

Nice candid shot. Too over sharpened for the subject. Vignette too strong

7 (17) Caught In The Shadows – Alan Wardropper

Scored 20.4 15 26
I 6.88 5 9 C 6.76 5 8 T 6.82 5 9

Good studio shot. like the lighting, but the skin needs a lot of work, lower part of the face is too dark which makes it look dirty, The light only needed to be on the eyes, then the lower part of the face would be Ok. Hand to bright.

8 (48) Cormorants – John Denny

Scored 16.8 10 22
I 5.71 3 8 C 5.47 3 7 T 5.41 3 8

I like to spray on the lens, the subject for me is too small in the frame and the rocks are too dark there is very little detail. Shame about lens flare

9 (16) Crow – Chantal Cooper

Scored 20.44 14 29
I 6.89 5 10 C 6.89 4 9 T 6.78 4 10

Great image. awesome depth of field.

10 Dayspring – HELD BACK

11 (22) Diamond 9 – Steve Signorelli

Scored 20.19 12 25
I 7 4 9 C 6.61 4 9 T 6.5 4 8

Good shot, very effective. Great balance and simple tonal range white, mid grey to black.

12 (17) Don’t Lick Me – Paul Steans

Scored 20.4 13 29
I 6.76 5 9 C 6.82 4 10 T 6.76 4 10

Good nap shot, love the tongue sticking out. good light on the face.

13 (11) Fishing – Isobel Chesterman

Scored 21 14 24
I 6.88 6 8 C 7 4 8 T 7.06 4 8

Nice image, like the reflection in the water. good lead in from the right. Whites a bit bright

14 (14) Fountains Abbey – Steve Pears

Scored 20.81 15 25
I 7 5 9 C 6.89 5 8 T 6.89 4 9

15 (49) Going Nowhere – Kim Wright

Scored 16.47 10 20
I 5.06 3 7 C 5.65 3 7 T 5.53 3 7

16 (38) Going Up – Derick Langman

Scored 18.19 14 23
I 5.72 4 7 C 6.33 5 9 T 6.28 5 8

Little bit flat

17 (41) Got The Point – Dave Varnham

Scored 17.69 15 24
I 6.06 5 8 C 6.11 5 9 T 5.67 4 8

Nice image shame that the light is behind and hence the man is dark.

18 (39) Halloween Family – Rob Jones

Scored 18 13 23
I 5.89 4 8 C 6 5 8 T 5.89 4 9

19 (44) Harbour Timbers – Andy Freeman

Scored 17.19 11 22
I 6 4 8 C 5.61 4 7 T 5.83 4 7

Nice image, would have been better with a shallower depth of field, so that the background was out of focus as the subject gets lost with so much going on in the background.

20 King Arthur – HELD BACK

21 (30) Llangelynnin Church – Robin Astle

Scored 18.94 7 23
I 6.41 4 8 C 6.53 5 8 T 6.24 5 7

Washed out

22 Morning Dawn – HELD BACK

23 Morning Light – HELD BACK

24 (27) NYMR Goathand – Gary Wood

Scored 19.63 14 25
I 6.5 4 9 C 6.56 4 8 T 6.44 4 9

good image, very busy good tan range, some of the white are blown but not too damaging, Over sharpened thought for my taste.

25 (26) Silhouette On The Pier – Roger Leck

Scored 19.73 14 29
I 6.76 4 10 C 6.41 4 9 T 6.71 5 10

i would like to think that this was a well spotted silhouette and not a processed shot.would have tried to change the view point just a little so that the right hand side of the pair was over the edge of the frame or cropped it in a little. the camera angle is just a little off (perspective)

No detail in beach

26 (17) The Boss – Allan Simms

Scored 20.4 16 25
I 6.88 5 8 C 6.53 5 9 T 6.88 5 8

27 (13) Cromer Pier – John Smith

Scored 20.88 16 24
I 7.28 6 9 C 6.67 5 8 T 6.94 5 8

28 Eilean Donan Castle – HELD BACK

29 Gerbas – HELD BACK

30 (11) Giraffe – Chantal Cooper

Scored 21 16 28
I 7.22 6 9 C 7.11 5 9 T 6.94 5 10

good image, fun and amusing. Not sure about the processing though with the painterly effect, and the image is soft due to the paint effect.

31 (15) Half And Half – Paul Steans

Scored 20.47 13 26
I 6.88 4 9 C 6.82 4 9 T 6.65 5 8

32 (35) Languedoc Vineyard – Derick Langman

Scored 18.56 12 27
I 6.11 3 9 C 6.39 3 10 T 6.17 4 8

33 (46) Life Outside The Box – Dave Varnham

Scored 17.06 13 21
I 5.67 3 8 C 5.5 4 7 T 5.67 4 7

34 (33) Looking Up At The Angel – Andy Freeman

Scored 18.75 10 22
I 6.28 4 8 C 6.17 3 7 T 6.06 3 8

35 (51) Natural Frame – Chris Dunne

Scored 14.63 6 21
I 4.61 2 6 C 4.94 2 7 T 4.72 2 8

36 (34) Pelican – Ian Waite

Scored 18.67 15 25
I 6.53 5 8 C 5.94 5 8 T 6.29 4 9

Good depth of field. Great detail in the white on the head good framing.

37 (43) Pillars – Steve Signorelli

Scored 17.31 10 24
I 5.5 3 7 C 5.94 3 9 T 5.78 3 8

38 Pin Mill – HELD BACK

39 (25) Pont Y Pair – John Denny

Scored 19.87 13 27
I 6.82 5 9 C 6.71 4 9 T 6.82 4 9

40 (47) Reivaulx Abbey – Gary Wood

Scored 16.81 9 23
I 5.33 3 7 C 5.89 3 8 T 5.5 3 8

I like what the photographer has done to the processing on this, it just a shame that they have over sharpened the building and halos between sky and tress.

41 (20) Roller Coaster Ride – Peter Lawrance

Scored 20.2 16 28
I 7 5 10 C 6.71 5 8 T 6.65 4 10

42 (40) Rx174 – Robin Astle

Scored 17.88 6 22
I 6.18 5 7 C 6 2 8 T 5.94 3 8

a nice natural image, lovely natural sky not manipulated. unless its my eyes but the horizon feels a little off

43 (23) Scaffold – Steve Pears

Scored 20.06 12 27
I 6.61 4 9 C 6.89 4 10 T 6.28 4 9

Very Busy

44 Siren – HELD BACK

45 (32) Stag – Trish Rudin

Scored 18.81 12 24
I 6.17 4 8 C 6.33 4 8 T 6.17 4 8

A nice natural shot, could do with just a little dodge and burn to make the image feel less flat. Good depth of field. More contast needed on stag

46 (29) Stepping Stones – Graham Townsend

Scored 19.47 13 24
I 6.59 4 8 C 6.41 4 8 T 6.47 4 8

47 (20) Strong Arm Tactics – Alan Wardropper

Scored 20.2 15 25
I 6.59 4 8 C 6.76 5 9 T 6.82 5 8

Good set up shot. Lighting used effectively to show strength. A little catch light on the earring is a little distracting it needs removing. The forehead lighting is a little hot (no detail) needs calming down, also on the box under the leg. Love the tiny bit of fill (rim) light – powerful image.Nice lighting

48 (28) Sunset Rays – Debbie Lowe

Scored 19.6 13 25
I 6.59 4 9 C 6.35 4 8 T 6.53 4 8

49 (24) The Boys Are Back In Town – Allan Simms

Scored 19.93 16 24
I 6.76 5 8 C 6.94 5 9 T 6.24 5 8

Background too bright

50 (50) Tumbling Water – Kim Wright

Scored 15.73 12 20
I 5.47 4 7 C 5.29 3 7 T 4.88 2 7

Rock out of focus

51 Waiting For The Train – HELD BACK

52 White Water Battle – HELD BACK

51 (10) Waiting For The Train – Roger Leck

Scored 21.87 16 27
I 7.47 5 9 C 7.18 5 9 T 7.29 5 9

38 (9) Pin Mill – James Botterill

Scored 22.47 16 26
I 7.41 5 9 C 7.29 5 9 T 7.65 5 9

22 (8) Morning Dawn – James Botterill

Scored 22.6 17 29
I 7.47 5 10 C 7.88 6 10 T 7.47 5 9

Good shot well exposed good tonal image. photographer needs to remove dust spot from the water on the right handsome. and should have moved slight to make the bottom of the frame level, At the moment the image feels physically unbalanced.

23 (7) Morning Light – Julie Holbeche-Maund

Scored 22.73 16 30
I 7.59 6 10 C 7.47 5 10 T 7.65 5 10

52 (6) White Water Battle – Rob Jones

Scored 22.75 15 28
I 7.5 5 9 C 7.56 5 10 T 7.56 5 10

10 (4) Dayspring – Phil Mallin

Scored 23.13 15 30
I 7.53 5 10 C 7.94 5 10 T 7.71 5 10

Good shot, great lead in with the rope. excellent natural sky not over worked. Good balance between ships and mountains and sky. Excellent tonal range from white to black.

29 (4) Gerbas – Isobel Chesterman

Scored 23.13 19 30
I 7.71 6 10 C 7.71 6 10 T 8.06 7 10

Great Still life, good lighting, Needs just a little more definition a bit flat on the lighting.

Nice and sharp

20 (3) King_Arthur – Debbie Lowe

Scored 24 15 27
I 7.88 5 10 C 7.71 5 9 T 8.12 5 10

Great image, lighting is dramatic and brings textures and into the skin and chainmail. A little soft and some hot spots on the face.

28 (2) Eilean Donan Castle – Phil Mallin

Scored 24.07 11 28
I 7.94 5 10 C 7.47 5 10 T 8 5 10

Great shot good tail range white to black. nice light early morning shot with light lead in through the grass along the bridge to the castle and then light in the sky. I would have removed the flag.

44 (1) Siren – Julie Holbeche-Maund

Scored 24.27 18 30
I 8.06 6 10 C 8.06 6 10 T 8.29 7 10

 

  Competition: Monochrome    
  Date: 17/11/21    
No Title Author Rank Avge
44 Siren Julie Holbeche-Maund 1 24.27
28 Eilean Donan Castle Phil Mallin 2 24.07
20 King Arthur Debbie Lowe 3 24.00
10 Dayspring Phil Mallin 4 23.13
29 Gerbas Isobel Chesterman 4 23.13
52 White Water Battle Rob Jones 6 22.75
23 Morning Light Julie Holbeche-Maund 7 22.73
22 Morning Dawn James Botterill 8 22.60
38 Pin Mill James Botterill 9 22.47
51 Waiting For The Train Roger Leck 10 21.87
13 Fishing Isobel Chesterman 11 21.00
30 Giraffe Chantal Cooper 11 21.00
27 Cromer Pier John Smith 13 20.88
14 Fountains Abbey Steve Pears 14 20.81
31 Half And Half Paul Steans 15 20.47
9 Crow Chantal Cooper 16 20.44
7 Caught In The Shadows Alan Wardropper 17 20.40
12 Don’T Lick Me Paul Steans 17 20.40
26 The Boss Allan Simms 17 20.40
41 Roller Coaster Ride Peter Lawrance 20 20.20
47 Strong Arm Tactics Alan Wardropper 20 20.20
11 Diamond 9 Steve Signorelli 22 20.19
43 Scaffold Steve Pears 23 20.06
49 The Boys Are Back In Town Allan Simms 24 19.93
39 Pont Y Pair John Denny 25 19.87
25 Silhouette On The Pier Roger Leck 26 19.73
24 Nymr Goathand Gary Wood 27 19.63
48 Sunset Rays Debbie Lowe 28 19.60
46 Stepping Stones Graham Townsend 29 19.47
5 Black Rock Cottage Trish Rudin 30 18.94
21 Llangelynnin Church Robin Astle 30 18.94
45 Stag Trish Rudin 32 18.81
34 Looking Up At The Angel Andy Freeman 33 18.75
36 Pelican Ian Waite 34 18.67
32 Languedoc Vineyard Derick Langman 35 18.56
3 Back Street Graham Townsend 36 18.40
6 Caught In The Act Ian Waite 36 18.40
16 Going Up Derick Langman 38 18.19
18 Halloween Family Rob Jones 39 18.00
42 Rx174 Robin Astle 40 17.88
4 Beach Walker John Smith 41 17.69
17 Got The Point Dave Varnham 41 17.69
37 Pillars Steve Signorelli 43 17.31
19 Harbour Timbers Andy Freeman 44 17.19
2 All The Fun Of The Fair Peter Lawrance 45 17.07
33 Life Outside The Box Dave Varnham 46 17.06
40 Reivaulx Abbey Gary Wood 47 16.81
8 Cormorants John Denny 48 16.80
15 Going Nowhere Kim Wright 49 16.47
50 Tumbling Water Kim Wright 50 15.73
35 Natural Frame Chris Dunne 51 14.63
1 1956 Graffiti Chris Dunne 52 12.69

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2021/22 POTY Standings

2021 International Success

Several Members have enter recent internationals including the 47th Smethwick & 43rd Welsh International with some success

Debbie Lowe had “Flour Power” accepted

Peter Lawance had “Mont Blanc” accepted and was awarded a GPU ribbon

He was also Awarded an FIAP Ribbon for this image in the 43rd Welsh International plus another GPU Ribbon for “Singapore Bay Gardens”

 

2021 Cedars Challenge

Tonight was the annual Cedars Challenge unfortunately relegated from the 4 way comp to an Interclub with Lutterworth Co-op PS

It also had a late replacement in the Judge with Peter R. Gennard MFIAP EFIAP/d1 – Smethwick Photographic doing the honours and giving some very insightful comments on all the images.

 

Special mention goes to Paul Wiles from LPSC for Horsey Windpump

And Isobel Chesterman from ESCC for Newhaven Storm

Both scoring the top mark of 20

Club Clubs Image Author Image Title ESCC LPSC
      0      
LPSC 1 Dave Hunter 1 An Evening in Brugge   16
ESCC 1 Isobel Chesterman 2 Back With A Splash 16  
LPSC 2 Paul Wiles 3 Barn Owl with Mouse   18
ESCC 2 Graham Townsend 4 Broken Ballerina 14  
ESCC 3 Chantal Cooper 5 Donkey and Dog 15  
ESCC 4 Phil Mallin 6 Feather And Silk 17  
ESCC 5 Debbie Lowe 7 Flour Power 17  
LPSC 3 Ken Brendon 8 Flowers in a Pewter Pot   13
LPSC 4 Martin Allen 9 For Richer for Poorer   15
LPSC 5 Paul Wiles 10 Horsey Wind Pump   20
ESCC 6 James Botterill 11 Hot Wheels 18  
ESCC 7 James Botterill 12 Innocence 14  
LPSC 6 Peter Beckett 13 Maelstrom   11
LPSC 7 Peter Sands 14 Moto Biking   14
ESCC 8 Isobel Chesterman 15 Newhaven Storm 20  
LPSC 8 John Haddon 16 Oh No   15
LPSC 9 Jill Frankham 17 Puffin   15
ESCC 9 Chantal Cooper 18 Redwing 18  
LPSC 10 John Haddon 19 Roosting Male Orange-tip   19
ESCC 10 Julie Holbeche-Maund 20 Smiling Sphynx 18  
LPSC 11 Rob Miller 21 Spiral Staircase with Shadow   11
ESCC 11 Phil Mallin 22 SS Normen 19  
ESCC 12 Phil Mallin 23 St Michael’s Mount 19  
LPSC 12 Rawdon Bottom 24 The Eyes Have It   16
ESCC 13 Julie Holbeche-Maund 25 The Seer 13  
ESCC 14 James Botterill 26 Three Wrecks 15  
ESCC 15 Al Simms 27 Time For A Rest 17  
LPSC 13 Louise Beech 28 Time for Clothes   13
LPSC 14 Louise Beech 29 Towards Akaroa   12
LPSC 15 Dave Hunter 30 Well’s Dream   12
             
        Totals 250 220

 

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St Michael's Mount-Phil Mallin

2021 / 22 POTY1 Open Print results

Last night was the first POTY review evening of 2021/22

Phil Mallin came first with his image “St Michaels Mount”

St Michael's Mount-Phil Mallin

St Michael’s Mount-Phil Mallin

Pipping James Botterill who came 2nd & 3rd

Haystacks-James Botterill

Tranquility-James Botterill

 

 

  Competition: Open    
  Date: 14 October 2020    
No Title Author Rank Avge
48 St Michaels Mount Phil Mallin 1 24.27
36 Haystacks James Botterill 2 23.61
16 Tranquility James Botterill 3 23.17
47 The Seer Julie Holbeche Maund 4 23.00
26 Thistles Alan Wardropper 5 22.45
40 3 Flowers With Shadows Paul Steans 6 22.27
7 Gannet Chantal Cooper 7 21.91
35 Cosmos Isobel Chesterman 8 21.87
38 Cliff Railway Saltburn John Smith 9 21.82
13 Blue Splash Graham Townsend 10 21.73
20 Sunflowers Paul Steans 11 21.68
3 West Fjord Rock Phil Mallin 12 21.64
2 The Old Buffalo Hunter Julie Holbeche Maund 13 21.41
28 Unfurling Hedgehog Chantal Cooper 14 21.39
44 Dancing Queen Stuart Kenny 15 21.17
37 Rock Flow John Denny 16 21.14
32 Cley Next The Sea Gary Wood 17 21.09
42 A Bit Of Colour Robin Astle 18 21.05
45 Half A Brace Trish Rudin 19 21.04
6 Amble Lighthouse Andy Freeman 20 20.95
17 Seaside Rock John Denny 21 20.86
14 Papplewick Beauty Ian Waite 22 20.68
4 Broken Doll Al Simms 23 20.64
11 Leaf Me Alone Derick Langman 23 20.64
12 Thurne Gary Wood 23 20.64
34 Hi Mum Ian Waite 23 20.64
18 Cromer Tractors John Smith 27 20.41
22 Ideas Robin Astle 28 20.36
33 Baby Doll Graham Townsend 29 20.18
15 Imagined Landscape Isobel Chesterman 30 20.17
5 The Flapper Alan Wardropper 31 20.14
24 Alfie Trish Rudin 32 20.13
8 Aurora Daniel Wood 33 19.87
25 Master Of Puppets Al Simms 34 19.86
31 The Battlefield Debbie Lowe 35 19.77
23 The Gate Keeper Steve Pears 36 19.74
27 Vintage Chrome Andy Freeman 37 19.73
1 Split Pepper Roger Leck 38 19.48
29 Tori Daniel Wood 39 19.39
10 Pretty In Pink Debbie Lowe 40 19.32
43 Girl On A Train Steve Pears 41 19.22
46 Protestine in Prague Roger Leck 42 19.04
19 Ratcliffe On-Soar Derick Langman 43 18.95
30 Dusk Helsinki Dave Varnham 44 18.77
9 Sunset Reflection Dave Varnham 45 18.59
21 Good Shot Rob Jones 46 18.23
41 Bridge To The Castle Rob Jones 47 17.91
39 Soft Landing Kim Wright 48 16.91

2021 / 2022 Secretary’s challenge results

Tonight was the Secretary’s challenge. There were 45 images and it was judged by David Gibbins ARPS APAGB EFIAP/b BPE5 CPAGB A/V

Special mention should go to Debbie Lowe for her image “Flour Power”

which Scored 20 but was pipped as the overall winner by James Botterills image “Three Wreaks”

 

Image Author Score
Angel At St Michaels Chris Dunne 14
Clowns Al Simms 14
Alfie Trish Rudin 15
Cley Next The Sea Gary Wood 15
Crowd Pleasers Paul Steans 15
Got Air Chris Dunne 15
Ice Chapel Debbie Lowe 15
Swaledale Barns Steve Pears 15
Tori Daniel Wood 15
Watering Can Rob Jones 15
Aurora Daniel Wood 16
Beach Tree Roger Leck 16
Bee On Echinacea Ian Waite 16
Cliff Railway Saltburn John Smith 16
Cosmos In The Rain Chantal Cooper 16
Escape From Fountains Abbey Steve Pears 16
Going Home Steve Signorelli 16
Lydia Ian Waite 16
Poppies Derick Langman 16
Red Satin Alan Wardropper 16
Silver And Gold Derick Langman 16
Thurne Gary Wood 16
Tranquility John Smith 16
Winner Loser Stuart Kenney 16
Young Fallow On The Lookout Trish Rudin 16
Eye Note Roger Leck 17
Imagined Landscape Isobel Chesterman 17
Montbretia Steve Signorelli 17
Organza Alan Wardropper 17
Scary Dolls Al Simms 17
The Gent Julie Holbeche Maund 17
To The Lighthouse Phil Mallin 17
2Lb Of Carrots Phil Mallin 18
Birsay Lighthouse John Denny 18
On The Beach Paul Steans 18
Resting Flamingo Rob Jones 18
Splash Dress Graham Townsend 18
Sunset On The Causeway Julie Holbeche Maund 18
Broken Ballerina Graham Townsend 19
Donkey And Dog Chantal Cooper 19
Hot Wheels James Botterill 19
Mother & Child Stuart Kenney 19
The Tempest Isobel Chesterman 19
Flour Power Debbie Lowe 20
Three Wreaks James Botterill 20

 

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2021/22 Principles Of Photography Phil Savoie BS MS MFA

Last night although forced due to technical issues back to home Zoom saw the first of our guest speakers Phil Savoie BS MS MFA who presented his talk “Principles Of Photography”

To say the least an inspiring talk that covered many aspects of both his photographic journey and photography in general.

It included unsurprising many awe inspiring images, lots of useful information on a wide range of topics from Lens design to useful “cheap” gadgets & tip’s and tricks of the trade.

To see more Phils work visit his website  https://philsavoie.com/

 

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