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COMPETITIONS

For details of the rules and guidance for our Annual Exhibitions and other Competitions throughout the year
please use this link to our "Information & Knowledge Base Page"

 

 

2019 ANNUAL PRINT EXHIBITION

On Monday 1st April the club held its Annual Print Exhibition, into which members are permitted to enter up to 4 prints. The judge for the
evening was Alan Porrett ARPS EFIAP DPAGB APAGB, from Whitley Bay PS, who has officiated as a judge for us before, as recently
as a couple on months ago when he stepped in at short notice.  A longstanding friend of the club he was presented with some
95 Prints spread over the 8 sections. That he managed to get through them all and yet given individual attention in a
constructive and supportive way to every entry is a testament to his commitment and skill.  Thank you Alan. 


Please use this link to view a "Gallery of the Trophy Winning Prints"
 

Club Class for the "Bob Robinson Cup"
1st Andy Atkins, with "Kingfisher"
2nd:- Kathryn Marsden with "Frozen in Time"
3rd:- Kathryn Marsden with "Officer and a Gentleman"
Highly Commended:-
Andy Atkins with
"Iguanas"
Cathy Earle with "Fish Supper"


Intermediate Class for the "Oak Plaque"
1st:- Eddie Bishop, with "Maleficent"
2nd:- Paul Cayton with "No 926"
3rd:- Trish Newey-King with "Thorp Perrow Reflections"
Highly Commended:- Paul Cayton with “West Pier, Whitby”




Open Pictorial Section for the "Tom Cross Silver Salver"
1st:- John Stokes CPAGB, with "Lindisfarne Castle"
2nd:- David Lock with "Surprise View"
3rd:- Dave Coates ARPS EFIAP/p ESFIAP APSA EPSA MPAGB APAGB with "Patterns Around the Groynes"
Highly Commended:-
Sheila Coates LRPS EFIAP PPSA DPAGB with "Tornado in Full Steam"
David Lock with
"Arcos de la Fronera"
John Webster ARPS MPAGB with "Lofoten Storm"


Open Portrait Section for the Mowbray Salver
1st:- Peter Mudd ARPS CPAGB, with "Derek the Woodcutter”
2nd:- Peter Mudd ARPS CPAGB with "Soho Queen"
3rd:- Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with "Dance Art"
Highly Commended:-
Eric Hall with "Whitby Goth Lady on Pier"
Paul Newey with
"The Engineer (don't bite your fingers)"


Open Record Section for the Deakin Trophy
1st:- Dave Coates ARPS EFIAP/p ESFIAP APSA EPSA MPAGB APAGB with "St Raphael's Church, Santorini"
2nd:- Richard Collier with "The First Duke of Cleveland"
3rd:- Eric Hall with "Butter Market, Barbard Castle"



Open Monochrome Section for the "Smith-Dodsworth Cup"
1st:- Eric Hall with "Fence on the Beach"
2nd:- Dave Coates ARPS EFIAP/p ESFIAP APSA EPSA MPAGB APAGB with "Bargee"
3rd:- Eddie Bishop with "Angel of Darkness"
Highly Commended:-
Peter Mudd ARPS CPAGB with "Takeaway"
Don Nesham CPAGB with
"Ripon Cathedral"
Neil Whittaker with "Light and Shade"


Open Action Section for the "Salisbury Salver"
1st:- Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with "Exquisiteness"
2nd:- David Beadle with "Fly Fishing"
3rd:- Neil Whittaker with
"The Finishing Line"
Highly Commended:- Paul Newey with "3 Furlongs to Go"


Open Nature Section for the "Martin Cup"
1st:- John Webster ARPS MPAGB with "Cuckoo Feeding"
2nd:- David Beadle with "Early One Morning"
3rd:- David Beadle with "Hurry Up Mum"
Highly Commended:-
Sheila Coates LRPS EFIAP PPSA DPAGB with "Grey Crowned Cranes"
Dave Coates ARPS EFIAP/p ESFIAP APSA EPSA MPAGB APAGB with “Alert Antelope”

(April 2019)




 

2019 ANNUAL PROJECTED IMAGE EXHIBITION
 

On Monday 25th March the club held its Annual Projected Image Exhibition, into which members are permitted to enter
up to 4 Projected Digital Images. The judge for the evening was David Phillips from Har;epool, an old friends of the club.
He was given the task of assessing some 104 images spread across the eight different Sections and as in his previous
visits he did not disappoint, giving a helpful but generous critique for every image entered.  


Use this link to view a "Gallery of the Trophy Winning Images".

 

Club Class for the "Neesam Cup"
1st:- Cathy Earle, with "Despondent Puffin"

2nd:- Hazel Robson with "Robin"
3rd:- Kathryn Marsden with "Take Your Pick"
Highly Commended:-
Andy Atkins with “Climbing Wall"
Stuart Goldie with "Flying Clear" and "Cute Calf"
David Haworth with "Northern Lights" and "Masked Boobie"

 

 

Intermediate Class for the "Hall Cup"
1st:- Trish Newey-King, with "Magical Stairway"

2nd:- Eddie Bishop with "Final Rehaersal St Andrews Grinton"
3rd:- Paul Cayton with "Heavens Above"
Highly Commended:- Trish Newey-King with "Ghost Soldier"


 

Open Pictorial Class for the "Milnes Cup"
1st:- John Webster ARPS MPAGB with "Ice at Dawn"

2nd:- Chris Morton DPAGB with "Morning Flight, Rydal"
Joint 3rd:-
Pauline Pentony ARPS EFIAP DPAGB with "Timeless"

Neil Whittaker with "Dartmoor Sunset"
Highly Commended:-
David Lock with "Surprise View"
John Stokes CPAGB with
 "Evening Light, Whitby”
 


Open Record Section for the “Romanby Salver”
1st:- David Lock with "Bentley"

2nd:- John Stokes CPAGB with "Tynewouth Priory Chapel"
3rd:- Stephen Byard with "Redcar Steel Works"

Highly Commended:-
Eric Hall with "Brandon's Church, Brancpeth"
David Lock with "Library, Harewood House"

 


Open Portrait Section for the “Brompton Salver”
1st:- Pauline Pentony ARPS EFIAP DPAGB with
"Plaits"
2nd:- Neil Whittaker with "Heart and Soul"
3rd:- Neil Whiitaker with “Lucy"
Highly Commended:- Paul Newey with "Proud to have Served"

 


Open Monochrome Section for the "Geoff Burdis Trophy"
1st:- Chris Morton DPAGB with "Swan Mist"

2nd:- Pauline Pentony ARPS EFIAP DPAGB with "Menacing"
Joint 3rd:-
Richard Collier with "Earl Brownlow and Sophia"
John Webster ARPS MPAGB with "Arctic Storm"

Highly Commended:-
George Barker with "Leyburn Mart" 
Eddie Bishop with "I Think it's Coming at Last"



Open Action Section for the "Maltby Rose Bowl"
1st:- Pauline Pentony ARPS EFIAP DPAGB with
"Eurythmic"
2nd:- Chris Morton DPAGB with "In the Spray"
3rd:-John Webster ARPS MPAGB with "Northern Goshawk Attack"
Highly Commended:-
Stephen Byard with "Stand Up"
 


Open Nature Section for the "Yeoman Cup"
1st:- Chris Morton DPAGB with "Mountain Hare Stretching"
2nd:-
Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB with "Mischeivous Monkey"
Joint 3rd:-
Dave Beadle with "Head over Heels"
Patricia Kearton LRPS DPAGB with “Golden Snub-nosed Monkey Nursing”
Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB with
"Stellars Eagle"
Highly Commended:-
Dave Beadle with "Pirouette"
Cathy Earle with "Frog Amongst the Lillies"

 

(March 2019)






Members Night Competition - "THE MILLENNIUM TROPHY"

 

On Monday 25th of February we held our ever popular "Millennium Trophy" Competition, which is also one of our five
Members' Night Competitions each season. Members are invited to submit sets of three prints and/or PDI,
which should be on a theme of the author's choice. It can be any subject, and the theme can be the location,
the content, the style of picture or anything else, but there should be a theme linking the three images.
Whilst there are winners in in both Prints and PDI, the "Millennium Trophy" is awarded to the set
adjudged by the members present to be the best of the combined entry.

 

Our Judge for the evening was Alan Porrett ARPS EFIAP DPAGB APAGB, from Whitley Bay PS and he had the difficult task of
assessing some 16 sets of Prints and 19 sets of PDI, over 100 individual photographs in total. He accomplished this, managing to give a thoughtful and constructive, but often humorous assessment on every image and yet being brief and to the point. 
We are also very grateful to Alan, an old friend of the club, for stepping in at a moment's notice when our original judge was taken ill.

 

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Winner of the MILLENNIUM TROPHY:- "Diamond Beach" by John Webster ARPS MPAGB

 

 The winner of the PDI Section was a set of Icelandic landscapes entitled "Diamond Beach" by John Webster ARPS MPAGB
and in the PDI Section it was a set of nature images, entitled "Owls in Flight" ,which had also been entered by John. 
 At the conclusion of Alan's judging the members present were again shown the two winning sets of Prints and PDI
and asked to vote as to which of them should be awarded the "Millennium Trophy".
The result this year, and the "Millennium Trophy", went in favour of "Diamond Beach". 
 

 

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"Owls in Flight" by John Webster ARPS MPAGB
 

In the Prints Section Second place went to "Creative Dance" by Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB, with
Neil Whittaker's "Summers End" in Joint Third place with
Kathryn Marsden's "Frozen Leaves",
which was also the Best Club Class Entry
The Best Intermediate Class Entry went to Eddie Bishop for "Local Band Portraits". 
Highly Commended Certificates went to:- 
Cathy Earle for "Autumn Interpretations", 
Sheila Coates LRPS EFIAP PPSA DPAGB  for "Trees in the Limestone" and 
Dave Coates ARPS EFIAP/p ESFIAP APSA EPSA MPAGB APAGB  for "Ladies of Crete"

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"Summers End" by Neil Whittaker

In the PDI Section 2nd Place  went to Chris Morton DPAGB  for a moody set of mono images, "Quayside Icons".
There were two sets in 3rd Place:-  "Barn Owls" by David Beadle and "Snow Monkeys"
by Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB.
John Stokes CPAGB entered "Tynemouth Priory" and this was Highly Commended.

Cathy Earle's "Birds Bathing" was Highly Commended as well as being the Best Club Class Entry
The Best Intermediate Class Entry, also Highly Commended went to  Eddie Bishop with "Goth Portraits from Whitby"

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"Northallerton's 1940's Day" by Les Crelling


(February 2019)  

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Audio Visual Competition

On Monday 18th February we held out Annual Audio Visual Competition for thirnd time. This year there were some 12 entries
of AV sequences each on a subject of the author's choice and lasting for a maximum of 4 minutes. Unlike most of our
other competitions, this one fully involves the audience of our members, with the marking being entirely down to them,
rather than utilising a judge to assess the entry.


Members are each given a scoring card with the titles of the each sequence and are asked to score them from 1 to 10
according to how they assessed, not only the photographic quality, but also the technical skill in putting the sequence together.
We were treated to a wide variety of subjects, including photo-travel sequences, documentary styles, sequences with a local
interest, some more humorous than other as well evocative moody subjects. After all the scores had been added up
the results of the competition were as follows:-


1st Place and winner of the "AV Trophy"
"AV Master Class"
by David Lock with 272 points


Second place with 265 points went to David Beadle with "Where I Belong" and
in Third place with 253 points was John Webster ARPS MPAGB  with "Whose Garden was this"

This competition is in its third year but is one which has already become very popular with our membners and is I think
set to run for many years to come. Our thanks go to all the entrants who between them put together what was a
fascinating evening with some exception standards in both photography and AV skills.

(February 2019)

 
 

 

 

Members' Night Competition for "Two of a Kind"

 

On Monday 28th January we held the fourth of our five Members' Night Competitions for this season. The subject
this time was "Two of a Kind" and as usual members were invited to submit up to 3 Prints and/or PDI.   


Members submitted 29 Prints and 66 PDI to be assessed by our judge for the evening.  He was our own Club Secretary,
John Stokes CPAGB,  John managed to deliver his judgements in succinct and direct manner, which as our Chairman
subsequently commented would prove invaluable for our members. The results were as follows:-


PRINTS SECTION

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1st Place:- John Webster ARPS MPAGB with “Kingfisher Aggression”

2nd Place:- Trevor Thurlow LRPS with “The Lookout Post”
3rd Place:-  Trevor Thurlow LRPS with “Mother and Daughter”
Highly Commended:-  John Webster ARPS MPAGB with "Pair of Wheatears"
Commended:-  Paul Newey with “Thorp Perrow Reflections”
Commended and Joint Best Intermediate Class Print:- 
Eddie Bishop with “Ballbrakers #1”
Trish Newey-King with “Two Vents with Graffiti”
Best Club Class Print:- Andy Atkins with "Starlings" 

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Trish Newey King with "Two Vents with Graffiti"

 

 

PDI SECTION

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1st Place:- Stephen Byard EFIAP EPSA DPAGBwith “Double Take”

Joint 2nd Place:-

Eric Hall with “Sarah & Diane for Hire”
John Webster ARPS MPAGB with "Bee Eater Food Pass"

Joint 3rd Place:-
Chris Morton DPAGB with “Bee-eater Displaying" and "Silver Birch Morning”
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Chris Morton DPAGB with "Silver Birch Morning"

Highly Commended:-
John Webster ARPS MPAGB with “Great Spotted Woodpecker Feeding Young
Commended:-
Eric Hall with "Coming or Going"
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with "New Born"

Commended & Best Intermediate Class Entry:- Eddie Bishop with "Ballbrakers"
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Comended & Best Club Class Entry:-  Cathy Earle with “Puffins in the Thrift”

 

January 2019

 

 

 

 

Annual Literary Shoot Competition

This long standing and most enjoyable competition has been run now for 28 years. The concept of interpreting a literary quote 
was conceived and introduced in 1996 by its first sponsor, the late Dr Roelof Boersma CPAGB a former President of the club as the "Boersma Award". The tradition that we change sponser every 5 years was established in 2001, when Roelof relinquished the sponsorship, and the competition gained its current name, the Annual Literary Shoot Competition. Over recent years, its has always been held on our last meeting before Christmas. The event is generally meant to be light hearted and members
are invited to enter up to 3 prints and/or Prints and PDI that interpret the literary theme supplied by the Judge for the evening.


The quote members were expected to work towards was "Sometimes you can tell a large story with a tiny subject", by Eliot Porter, a 20th centuary American nature and landscape photographer.  It was chosen by our Club Secretary, John Stokes CPAGB who, as judge for the evening, had the task of selecting which photograph from the Prints and PDI entered, was the best interpretation of the quotation.  

This was John's 5th year of sponsoring this event, so we thank him for his support for the competition and are now looking for a volunteer to take it on; anybody out there?  This evening as usual, John performed his task in his unique and inimitable style that has become his trade mark and the results of his deliberations are as follows:-


 

Winner of the Literary Shoot Competition

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"New Born" a PDI by Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB
who was also placed 3rd with her Print "Joy"


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Second Place:- Neil Whittaker with "The Greatest Story ever Told" (PDI)

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Two entries were Commended:-  "Melting Sea Ice" (PDI) by Patricia Kearton LRPS DPAGB
and:- "Defiance" (Print) by John Webster ARPS MPAGB


After the competition was completed members went on to enjoy an excellent Christmas Supper, consisting
of a wide range of festive nibbles supplied by various members of the club.


(December 2018)

 

 

 

Our first run at "Around Our County" for Members' Nights

 

On Monday 3rd December we held our new addition to the Members’ Night Competitions for the first time.  The subject was entitled “Around Our County” and members were invited to submit up to 3 prints and/or 3 PDI to the competition. The entries must have been taken within North Yorkshire and this was deemed to include the area south of the Tees around Redcar and Saltburn. There were no other restrictions on content.

Members submitted 47 Prints and 65 PDI, a very large entry for our judge to get through.  He was our old friend from Stokesley PS,
Guy Davies ARPS EFIAP EPSA. That he managed to do so in the time available and still give constructive and helpful comments was a credit to his skill and knowledge. Our thanks go to him for a job well done.  What was most noticeable was the success of some of our newer and less experienced members; well done to them. The results were as follows:-


PRINTS SECTION

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1st Place and Best Club Class Entry:- Andy Atkins with “Bempton Gannet”

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Joint 2nd Place:- Eric Hall
with “Whitby Goth Lady on Pier”
Joint 2nd Place & Best Intermediate Class Entry:-
Richard Collier with “The J27 at Goathland Station”

Joint 3rd Place:-

Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB with “Look-out - Studley Royal” and “Grouse on Moor”
Paul Newey with “Rounding the Last Bend (Thirsk Races)” and “Stag and Hind (Studley Royal)


Highly Commended
Andy Atkins with “Whitby Abbey Winter”
Trish Newey-King with “Thorp Perrow Reflections”
Pauline Pentony AROS AFIAP DPAGB with “We Stand United”
Neil Whittaker with “Whitby Pier”

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Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB
with “Dave Allen - Jockey”

 

 

PDI SECTION

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1st Place:- John Webster ARPS MPAGB with “Autumn Thorp Perrow”

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Joint 2nd Place and Best Intermediate Class Entry:- Richard Collier
with “Swaledale Sheep”

Joint 2nd Place:- 
Chris Morton DPAGB with “Ribblehead Winter” and “Saltburn Reflections”

Joint 3rd Place
Eddie Bishop with “Sun over Hits at South Gare”
Patricia Kearton LRPS DPAGB with “Temple of Piety in Autumn”
Trish Newey-King with “Early Morning Light at Sutton Bank”
Miles Langthorne DPAGB with “Look-out at Studley Royal”


Highly Commended
Stephen Byard EFIAP EPSA DPAGB with “Last light at Leighton Tower” and “Low Tide - Paddy’s Hole”
Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB with “Dave Allen - Jockey”
Patricia Kearton LRPS DPAGB with Red Squirrel Drinking at Hawes
Chris Morton DPAGB with “Kepwick Tramway”
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with “Social Event”

Best Club Class Entry:-  Kathryn Marsden with “Thorp Perrow Arboretum”

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"Middlesmoor" by George Barker


December 2018

 


 




Competition Results for Photographs from our 2018 Summer Outings

On Monday 19th November the club held its annual Summer Outings Competition. This event with trophies for both Prints and PDI is held in the autumn each year with members invited to submit panels of 3 prints and/or PDI, which must have been taken over at least two of the four summer outings from the summer just gone.

The McCombie Metcalf Cup is awarded to the best set of Prints and the Roebuck Trophy to the best set of PDI’s.The entry this year consisted of 9 sets of Prints and 11 sets of PDI. Our judge for the evening was our own Chairman, Richard Cochrane ARPS DPAGB and he chose this time to award up to 10 points for each photograph in a set so that in total each set was scored out of 30 points.


PRINTS SECTION

The winner of the McCombie Metcalf Cup

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1st and winner of the McCombie Metcalfe Cup" - Eric Hall
with “Barnard Castle above the Tees”,  “Station Official at Goathland” and “Steam Train Departing Grosmont Station”

2nd:- Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB
3rd:- Paul Newey

 

PDI SECTION

The winner of the Roebuck Trophy

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1st and winner of the "Roebuck Trophy" - Paul Cayton
with “So Smoke Comes out of Your Pants Too”, “Cobwebs on Door Barnard Castle” and “Nearly Time for off”

Joint 2nd:- Les Crelling and Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB
3rd:- Eric Hall

 

(November 2018)

 

 

 


Members' Night Competition - "MINIMALISM"

 

On Bonfire Night we held the second of our Members’ Night Competitions, with 35 Prints and
70 PDI submitted by our members, each allowed up to 3 Prints and/or PDI. The judge for the
evening was Stephen Byard EFIAP DPAGB, from our own club. Asked to judge these entries,
on the subject of “Minimalism”, he said he had had a very difficult, but enjoyable task.
These are the principle results of his deliberations.


PDI SECTION:-

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1st Place Neil Whittaker with "Geometric Lines"

2nd Place:-
Patricia Kearton LRPS DPAGB with “Blue Door”
3rd Place:-  Patricia Kearton LRPS DPAGB with “Red Fox Dive”

Highly Commended and 1st in the Club Class:- Andy Atkins with “Rose”
Highly Commended and Joint 1st in the Intermediate Class:-
Eddie Bishop with “Raindrops on a Park Bench” and “Twin Latches”
Paul Cayton with “Stairwell” and “Sun Shelter”
Trish Newey-King with “The Bottle in the Window”

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Highly Commended:-
David Lock with “Sail Away” and “Rudyard Kipling”
Chris Morton DPAGB with “Window Cleaner”
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with "Simplicity”
John Stokes CPAGB with “This way Please”
Trevor Thurlow LRPS with “Unadorned”
John Webster ARPS MPAGB with “Bluebell” and “Twilight Grasses”
Neil Whittaker with “Autumn Pavement” and “Stairway to...”

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PRINTS SECTION:-

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1st Place:- Paul Newey with "Corridor"

2nd:-
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with “The Scallop”
Jt 3rd and 1st in the Intermediate Class:- Trish Newey King with “Baby Balloon”
Jt 3rd:- Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with “Tenderness”

Highly Commended:-
Eddie Bishop with “Steely Blue”
Paul Cayton with “The Badly Painted Wall” and “Lamp Post”
Richard Collier with “Two Balloons over Durham City”
Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB with “The Study”
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with “Flutes”
John Webster ARPS MPAGB with “An Irish Dawn” 
 

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(November 2018)

 

 

 

 

Members' Night Open Competition

 

On the evening of Monday 8th October our club held the first of the season’s competitions. It is also the first of our five ‘Members’ Night Competitions’ for this season and as is our usual custom the subject for this competition was “Open”. Members had submitted an increased entry of 117 photographs, comprising some 50 in the Prints Section and 67 in the PDI Section. The judge for the evening, from our own club, was Dave Coates ARPS EFIAP/p ESFIAP APSA EPSA MPAGB APAGB and he had the task of assessing all the images. He commented that the standard was very high, especially with the winning prints and images.

The results were as follows:-

PRINTS SECTION:-

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1st: - John Webster ARPS MPAGB, with “Grand Canal, Venice

2nd : - David Beadle with “Why Me”
Jt 3rd : - Eric Hall with "Kirkcarrion, North Pennines" and
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB, with “Connection”

Highly Commended:-
Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB with “Osprey Catch” and  “Jaqui”
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with “Simplicity”


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Highly Commended and also Best Intermediate Entry: - Eddie Bishop with Bewitching Eyes

Best Club Class Entries: -
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Kathryn Marsden with “An Officer and a Gentleman”

and Andy Atkins with “No Hiding Place” 
 

 

PDI SECTION:-

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1st: - Miles Langthorne DPAGB APAGB with “Curlew”

Jt 2nd
: -
Patricia Kearton LRPS DPAGB with “European Bee-eater Taking Off”
and Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with “The Tutu”.

Jt 3rd: - Chris Morton DPAGB with “Successful Catch” ,
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with “Timeless”
and John Webster ARPS MPAGB with “Rollers Passing Food”

Highly Commended:-
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David Lock with “Harlow Carr Garden”
David Beadle with “The Sky at Night”
Chris Morton DPAGB with  “Below Skiddaw”
Paul Newey with “Female Stonechat”
Pauline Pentony ARPS AFIAP DPAGB with “Dust Storm”
John Webster ARPS MPAGB with “Ice Beach” and  “King Fishers Feeding”


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Best Club Class Entry: -
Sarah Kearton with “Cauldron Falls, West Burton” 
and “Napalese Wedding” 

Best Intermediate Entry: -
Trish Newey King with “Magical Stairway”

 

(October 2018)