On Wednesday 13th Ocotber, Geoff McCann was the judge for our first regular competition of the season and he delivered his assessment of the entries for “Movement/Motion”.Continue reading “Movement/Motion Results”
The competition season ended on a high note on Wednesday with the Image of the Year. All entries have been seen previously in competitions, and it was wonderful to see them all again in the same event.Continue reading “2021 Image of the Year results”
Members have made their entries to the Lockdown Challenge final.
Following eight themed challenges during the March/April 2021 lockdown, and over 200 images in total, members were asked to select up to three of their own challenge images to go into a final selection.Continue reading “Lockdown Challenge Final Selection”
James Brew was our judge for the final regular competition of this shortened season, with just the Image of the Year remaining.Continue reading “May Open Results”
On Wednesday evening the postponed March open competition was judged by Barry Murphy and we were pleased to welcome him back for a second visit.Continue reading “Postponed March Open Results”
This year’s competition attracted an excellent range of ideas and some very technical and high quality entries.
For the second consecutive year due to lockdown, members viewed the Digital Art entries online and voted for their top three, and the results are as follows.Continue reading “Digital Art Results 2021”
Although meetings are suspended due to the latest lockdown, we can hold the annual ‘Digital Art’ competition online like last year. This is a standalone competition with its own trophy and is the chance for members to showcase their arty, quirky or experimental imagery.Continue reading “Digital Art Entries 2021”
On Wednesday, local professional photographer Clare Payne judged the ‘Food and Drink’ competition for us, which was the third regular competition of our season.
The theme encouraged a huge range of subjects and styles, from still life and close-up, to items on market stalls and people eating or cooking outdoors, to high-speed images of liquid frozen in motion.Continue reading ““Food and Drink” Competition Results”
The island’s three photographic societies met in St John’s last week for the annual “3-Way Battle”.
This year, it was the turn of the Western Photographic Society to host the Southern and Isle of Man Photographic Societies for this friendly digital competition, in which each club enters 30 digital images with no more than five by any one member.Continue reading “3-Way Battle 2020”
The annual digital ‘battle’ between the island’s three photographic societies takes place on Thursday 19th November.
This year the Western Photographic Society plays host to the Isle of Man Photographic Society and the Southern Photographic Society, and the event takes place at 8pm at St John’s Football Club.Continue reading ““3-Way Battle” This Week”