The competition is an “open” competition and the 60 entries this year provided – as ever – a wide variety of subjects, approaches and styles. The UK judge was Colin Southgate FRPS from Barton-le-Clay, a very experienced photographer (he has been involved in photography since 1986) and Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs judge. Colin is a regular visitor to LBPC and is a member of Harpenden Photographic Society. He has been involved in photography for over 40 years and confesses to a fondness for monochrome.
The Australia judging is expected to take place later in November.
When all the judging has been completed the result, together with all the scores and the comments of the two judges, will be published on the Two Hemispheres website at www.two-hemispheres.com.
Success for the winning club is marked by the award of a Virtual Trophy, also to be found on the Two Hemispheres website. That Virtual Trophy is currently held by Camberwell.
For more information on the Two Hemispheres SEE HERE
Each entry was marked out of twenty. The top performers of the LBPC judging are presented below:
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