Yesterday I finally got together my last competition of the year – for the inaugural Port Talbot Camera Club International Salon for digital Photography. Entries close today (31st December 2011) so my entry was pretty much last minute – an end to a year of very erratic entries to competition.
There were three classes available – monochrome, colour, and people. It will be no surprise to anyone who knows me that I didn’t enter the people class, but I did enter four images for both the monochrome and colour classes some old favourites, and some new.
Ancient and Modern
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I belong to the Holmes Chapel Camera Club, and as usual the club submitted an entry to the Lancashire and Cheshire Photographic Union (LCPU) Annual competition. This year we had our best result yet (by quite a long way!) – placed 9th out of 55 clubs in the colour print competition. Continue reading “LCPU 2011 Annual Print and Projected Image Competitions” »
I’ve started my trail through the photography salons this year with an entry to the Bristol Salon. This international salon is for projected digital images only, with three classes. I’ve entered the ‘open’ class only (which merges monochrome, colour and creative into a single class).
more about my Bristol Salon entry
Following on from my initial entry this year into the Cotswold Monochrome Salon, I’ve also entered the Beyond Group Salon. This salon is only for projected images, so I didn’t have to make a decision whether I should enter prints or not. It does however offer the option for entering both colour and monochrome images so I entered some of each. (It also offers a ‘nature’ class, which I didn’t enter.) Once again acceptances count towards BPE awards.
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