Portfolio Competition 2018
The annual LBPC Portfolio Competition took place on Wednesday 18 April 2018. Entries for this competition consist of 3-5 prints or digital images to be judged as a panel. The pictures must show some link – such as a common colour, subject or shape – identifiable by the judge. (Full details in the LBPC Handbook 2017-2018.)
This year the competition was judged by Kathy Chantler ARPS (Secretary of the ImageZ Camera Club at Weston Turville).
The portfolios included images of all manner of subjects and styles (including seascapes, landscapes, cityscapes, nightscapes, architecture, portraits, street, travel, abstract, still life, wildlife, flowers, cars, engines, machinery, speedway, and both colour and black and white). And the groups of PDIs were presented in some very imaginative arrangements.
There were 6 entries for the prints part of the competition. The results were:
- 1st place – “Permanence” by Tim Gould;
- 2nd place – “Ashridge” by Paul Measor;
- 3rd place – “Looking Up” by Tim Gould;
- Highly Commended – “Headshots” by Bernie Raffe;
- Highly Commended – “The Fringe of Edinburgh Fringe” by Tricia Meers;
- Highly Commended – “Blue Hour Foreshore” by Paul Measor.
There were 26 entries for the digital images part of the competition. The results were:
- 1st place – “Some Tight Spots” by Patrick Linford;
- 2nd place – “Desert Parking” by Chris Warby;
- 3rd place – “London by Night” by Moira Hunter;
- Highly Commended – “Casa Battlo” by Philip Hunter;
- Highly Commended – “Faded Beauties” by Patrick Linford;
- Commended – “Theyyam Dancers – Kerala” by Terry Godber;
- Commended – “Elizabeth” by Bernie Raffe;
- Commended – “Yew and Me” by Geoff Hawkins;
- Commended – “Engines Past and Present” by Roger Clarke.
Prints 1st, 2nd, 3rd