Entries consist of three to five pictures to be judged as a panel. For digital images, this means combining the pictures (sized and positioned as required) into a single projectable image. This is an “open” competition, with no set subject, but the pictures must show some link – such as a common colour, subject or shape – identifiable by the judge. Full details of the entry requirements can be found on the Club Competitions Rules for Entry page of the website, under the Portfolio Competition tab.
Our independent judge for the competition was Damon Guy. Damon has been a keen photographer all is life and believes that photography is all about having fun and getting great images. He is a photographer, writer, webmaster, website developer, and teacher. He runs and edits Photokonnexion, a website that aims to help photographers of all abilities learn about making images and have fun. He is an experienced judge and also a member of the Marlow Camera Club.
There were 35 entries for this competition. The portfolios entered covered all manner of subjects and styles (including still life, abstract, architecture, industrial, travel, flowers, various forms of wildlife, nudes, and both colour and black and white). And the groups of digital images were presented in many different arrangements.
The results were:
For details of the competition rules CLICK HERE.
If you didn’t know, you can also post your comments at the bottom of the page. Engage with other Members and share your thoughts on the entries and judging.
NB: Members can watch the competition in full on the ‘Members Only’ section of the website.