Recent Competition Winners.  Congratulations to the authors!

28th November: Print Competition #2

Our judge last night was Paul Burwood who is new to the circuit and to Harrow.  Paul gave a competent and thoughtful commentary on all the prints, providing some technical advice  and recommendations where appropriate.

In the Beginners, Eric Everatt scored 19 for a print of Alliums.  Alice Kass scored 18s for “Equidistant Image” and “The Baubles” and 20 and the extra point for “Chic Subway”.  Many congratulations to Alice who has now been promoted.

In the Promoted Open section, Paul awarded six 20s, two 19s and  thirteen 18s.  In third place was Ron Churchill with “King and Queen”, second was John Draper with “Snarling Serval and first place went to Judith Gimber for “Treasure Seekers”.

Congratulations to the high scorers and very many thanks to everyone who entered their prints.  Special thanks go to Paul Burwood on his debut at Harrow.

27th November: PAGB HCC Member News

Many congratulations to Julia Wainwright ARPS  for achieving her Distinction from the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain yesterday (DPAGB).  Julia’s submission (shown below) received a total score of 348 (48 more than the qualifying number).  A superb and well deserved result.

 

21st November: Projected Image Competition #3

Many thanks to Amanda Wright who judged last night’s  competition authoritatively and comprehensively, identifying strengths and weaknesses along the way and scoring accordingly.

In the Beginners’ section Eric Everatt scored 20 and the extra point for “Globe Thistle”, 19 for “Cloister” and 18 for “Tree Fungus”.  Wai Cheung scored 18 for his “Card Player”.

The Open section was won by John Draper with “In Tandem”.  John also scored 20 for “The Boxer” ;  20s went to Judith Gimber for “Ready for Home” and “Gannet with Young” and to Dave Martin’s “Kiss3”;  19s were scored by Alan Graham for “Clematis”, “Feathers” by Ron Churchill. “Frosted Reeds” by Dave Martin, “Frozen in Flight” by Avril Candler, “This Is Not A Horse’s Head” by Frank Woods and Judith Gimber’s “Hannah Cockcroft’s Lap of Honour”.  There were several 18s too!  The high scoring images can be seen on our Flickr page.

Thanks to everyone and congratulations to the winners.