Portraiture Print Competition Results.

On Thursday we had the judging of our Portrait Print Competition.

Our judge for the evening was Andy Weekes and he was able to give positive and constructive advice for each entry. Andy paced the evening well giving enough time for us to see all the prints over the refreshment break.

As usual, there was a wide interpretation of the theme, and several club members were surprised to see themselves “in the frame”, with their likeness having been taken by one of their colleagues.

Well done to everyone who entered.

Jo Humberstone

I've always had an interest in photography, starting too many years ago than I care to remember. I have a variety of cameras in working order ~ pinhole, medium format, 35mm and digital. With working full time, there never seems to be enough free time to properly indulge in using them. 10 years or so ago, I took my first (and only!) "A" level ~ in photography. I was the only one on the course to only do darkroom work throughout. My own preferences lie with film and alternative processes ~ Digital is fine for most things, but for me it hasn't got as much "soul"! I enjoy sloshing around with various chemicals and I enjoy the unpredictability of some of the results. Having said that, I am happy to rise to the challenge of digital work and manipulating images for competitions and suchlike when time permits.

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