Results – Open Competition

Winning Print: Dockland Dusk by Dave Salter

The first competition of the season was judged on Wednesday 2nd October and it was an interesting evening with more than a few laughs along the way.  Patricia Tutt gave a thorough and expert appraisal of each image and offered generous and detailed advice where she could.  

Before she started, Patricia explained that she always tries to understand why a particular image was taken and why the photographer arrived at the final composition, exposure and processing.  She also praised the quality of many of the images and said it was a challenge to decide on the final placings.

Congratulations to Dave Salter who won both the print and digital sections with two striking images of Liverpool, and a special mention to Jason Quayle whose three digital entries all scored 19 points and were placed or Highly Commended.

Print section: 
1st  –  Dockland Dusk by Dave Salter – 20 points
=2nd – Under Siege by Dave Salter – 19 points
=2nd – Barn Owl by Georgina Shaw – 19 points
Highly commended:
Into the Light by Jim Gibson – 19 points
Jumping for Joy by Andrea Thrussell – 19 points

Digital section:
1st – Liverpool Skyline by Dave Salter – 20 points
2nd – A Beady Eye by Andrea Thrussell – 20 points
3rd – Kelpies by Jason Quayle – 19 points
Highly commended:
Angel of the North by Jason Quayle – 19 points
Eilean Donan Castle by Jason Quayle – 19 points

Print section – Top 5

First: Dockland Dusk by Dave Salter
=2nd: Under Siege by Dave Salter
=2nd: Barn Owl by Georgina Shaw
Highly Commended: Into the Light by Jim Gibson
Highly Commended: Jumping for Joy by Andrea Thrussell

Digital Section – Top 5

First: Liverpool Skyline by Dave Salter
Runner-up: A Beady Eye by Andrea Thrussell
Third: Kelpies by Jason Quayle
Highly Commended: Angel of the North by Jason Quayle
Highly Commended: Eilean Donan Castle by Jason Quayle

All of the scores will be added to the Competitions section as soon as possible after that section of the new website and the divisions are finalised.

Our next meeting is on Wednesday 16th October when Graham Harvey will give his ‘Magic of Africa’ presentation of spectacular images of the animals and people of South Africa.   We look forward to seeing everyone then.