3rd place in the monthly digital competition at the Romford Camera Club on the 24th May 2017.
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2 highly commended images after Les Gentry Colour and B&W Print Competition at Romford Camera Club. Judge: Patrick Higham (Max: 2 Colour and 2 B/W)
Annual Colour Print Competition 2017 On 8th March 2017, Romford Camera Club organised the Annual Colour Print competition judged by Marilyn Steward ARPS DPAGB EFIAP.
On 1st March 2017, Romford Camera Club invited judge Roy Essery DPAGB, to judge 2017 Annual Black & White Print Competition.
In August 2016 I’ve joined Romford Camera Club. One of the benefits of being a member is that one can enter his images in the club’s competitions. Monthly, the club organises either a monthly digital or a monthly print competition (among other fund and interactive events). A member may enter a maximum of 3 prints and 3 DPI’s in a monthly competition a maximum of 6 prints or 6 DPI’s in a Half Yearly Competition – 6 Prints and 6 DPI’s is the maximum in an Annual Competition.
Another week another competition at Romford Camera Club. This time was “Stan Doe Colour Print Competition judged by Mike Fuller. Out of 43 other prints (3 of them were mine), “St Paul’s Cathedral at Sunset”, finished 4th, with a highly commended award. This was captured from One New Change’s roof terrace, open 6am-midnight daily.
My image, named “In your face” ends up in the second place in the Deryck Clements B&W Print Competition hosted by the Romford Camera Club. My other two images scored a 9 out of 10 and an 8 out of 10. I have to admit that my print quality and mounting was not very good but overall I’m happy with the results. Please check out the 3 images I have entered in this competition and let me know which one do you like most? “In Your Face” “British Museum” “Follow the Light”
My image named “Fireworks in Blackpool” end up second in the monthly digital competition, September 2016, hosted by the Romford Camera Club. Which one do you think is the best? “Fireworks in Blackpool” “A ball worth fighting for” “Seven Sisters”