Recent Competition Winners.  Congratulations to the authors!

23rd October: Macro and Close-up Workshop led by Julia Wainwright ARPS DPAGB

Julia began the evening with a short presentation covering the basics/differences between macro and close-up photography, the different lens/equipment options etc. before we set off in teams to photograph five different table-top set-ups, each with their own challenges in terms of subject matter, lighting and composition.  Julia thoughtfully provided an example photograph as a guide and goal.   After the practical session, the teams’ top three photos were projected and reviewed in open discussion.  A thoroughly enjoyable and educational evening.

Many thanks Julia for all your hard work – it is very much appreciated.

Annual Exhibition 2018 – News

People’s Choice Winner

Our exhibition closed on Saturday and we’re delighted to announce the winner of “The People’s Choice” is Judith Gimber’s “Richmond Park First Light”.

Congratulations Judith and thanks to everyone who came to view the exhibition and gave us such good feedback.

 

16th October: Projected Image Competition #2

Tonight’s competition was judged by Damon Guy in his first appearance at Harrow.  Damon gave each image a comprehensive and helpful critique which made for an informative and enjoyable evening.

The Beginners’ section was won by Wai Cheung with “Cardinham Peak” and  Mike Kass scored 19 for “Steel”.  Congratulations to both.

In a high scoring Open section, Julia Wainwright’s “Sea Otter Making Waves in Alaska” won overall.  20s were scored by Dave Martin for “Mycena Fungi” and “West Pier Brighton”,  Judith Gimber for “Sweet Chestnut” and Peter  Polkinghorne for “Warm Up”.  Congratulations to them all.  Five images scored 19 points: “Dirt Bikers” and “Pride Girl” by John Draper; “Nuzzling” and “Portrait of an Ugly Bird Waldrapp Ibis” by Avril Candler and “Wile Bald Eagle Calling” by Julia Wainwright.  Damon scored fourteen images 18 points and these together with the top scorers can be seen on our Flickr page.

Many thanks to Damon and to everyone who entered the competition and supported the evening.