The third internal club competition of the 2018-19 season took place on Wednesday 21st November.

The third internal club competition of the 2018-19 season took place on Wednesday 21 November.  This was an “open” competition for both prints and projected digital images (PDIs).  As usual, the entries displayed a wide variety of subjects, approaches and styles – seascapes, landscapes, sunsets, architecture, portraits, candid/street, travel, animals, birds, insects, flowers, colour, monochrome, sepia/retro, abstract and more.

Our judge for this competition was Lloyd Moore (CPAGB, BPE3, Crown Award and a member of Watford Camera Club) making his first visit to LBPC.  He provided a detailed critique of all the pictures presented to him and expressed his pleasure in seeing so many outstanding photographs – “I thoroughly enjoyed judging such wonderful images; it was difficult to pick a winner from so many top quality entries”.

Each entry was marked out of twenty.  Marks for this competition count towards the season’s Print Championship (Sections One and Two) and the Digital Image Championship (Sections One and Two) – see the Internal competitions, Rules for entry page on the website for details CLICK HERE.

All scores and rankings for the Club League Competions can be viewed on the results page SEE HERE

If you didn’t know, you can post your comments at the bottom of the page. Engage with other Members and share your thoughts on the entries and judging. 

Unfortunately, there were no Section Two Prints entries. The top performers were as follows:

Section One Prints (14 entries)

  • 1st – “Dry Dock” by Clive Rayment – 20 marks

  • 1st – “Porto Christo, Mallorca” by Tim Gould – 20 marks

  • 1st – “Trebarwith Strand Sunset” by Mike Kitchingman – 20 marks

  • 2nd – “Sunset Over Bucks” by David Marlow – 19 marks

  • 3rd – “The City from Blackfriars” by David Marlow – 18 marks

  • 3rd – “Seven Sisters” by Tim Gould – 18 marks

All Print Entries (click image for full size)

Section One PDIs (36 entries)

  • 1st – “Lodged” by Steve Knight – 20 marks

  • 1st – “The Setting of the Sun” by Paul Needham – 20 marks

  • 1st – “On Target” by Terry Godber – 20 marks

  • 1st – “The Eyes Have It” by John Curd – 20 marks

  • 1st – “Oak Silhouette” by Graham Meers – 20 marks

  • 2nd – “Impala Fight” by Nigel Harding – 19 marks

  • 2nd – “Into the Light” by Paul Needham – 19 marks

  • 3rd – “Summertime Blues” by Paul Dimitriou – 18 marks

  • 3rd – “Yawn” by Nigel Harding – 18 marks

  • 3rd – “Quarry Bank Mill” by Graham Meers – 18 marks

All PDI S1 Entries (click image for full size)

Section Two PDIs (20 entries)

  • 1st – “Storm Clouds Over Ladybower” by Keith Weil – 20 marks

  • 1st – “Cauldron Falls in the Yorkshire Dales” by Keith Weil – 20 marks

  • 1st – “Helix Bridge” by Malcolm Guy – 20 marks

  • 2nd – “Pensive” by Wendy Taylor – 19 marks

  • 2nd – “Taking a Break” by Hilary Clarke – 19 marks

  • 2nd – “Room with a View” by Wendy Taylor – 19 marks

All PDI S2 Entries (click image for full size)