Our last competition on the challenging theme of Abstract was won by Andrew Colgan with his ‘Royal Exchange’ image. Second place was awarded to Martin Johnson with a colourful image of ‘Petrol on Water’ and Boob Coote’s triptych of ‘Corrosion’ received a third place.
We had a good practical night aiming for abstract (or non) photography with flowers. Thank you Rhiannon for organising the event and Terry for opening up!
11th April 2018
Bishop Stortford Multi- battle had a strong showing and Royston came joint 2nd with 181 points!.
In the PDI round we came joint 3rd with Bishop Stortford in first place. In the Print round we came joint first with Saffron Walden.
It was little surprise that Bishop Stortford won the competition with 185 points having been joint first at the Cambridge club digital competition.
Congratulations to our photographers and the scores are below:
Prints – Score – 90
Fowlmere Gold – Andrew Fox – 19
Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia – Kath Watson – 20
Lesser House Fly – Bob Coote – 18
Winter Sunrise on Over Owler Tor – Andrew Colgan – 18
A Dash from the Pool – Sam Orchard Jones – 15
PDIs – Score – 91
Hungry Gannets – Bob Coote – 18
Do Not Disturb – Lyndsay Lees – 16
Me and My Dad – Sam Orchard Jones – 17
Hope Valley Sunrise – Andrew Colgan – 20
The Jewel in the Grass – Martin Johnson – 20
The judge was Dr Roger Winter
26th March 2018
Open Print – excellent competition with lots of entries and 11 images receiving a full score of 20
Congratulations to the Competition Winners!
Winner – Andrew Colgan
2nd place – Bob Coote
3d place – Sam Orchards
7th March 2018
In the EAF Print competition we did not make the first 15, but finished 20th from 29th entries. Alan says: Plenty scope for improving! Please look under the EAF tab for the results tables.
2nd March 2018
Please note that the Curves PDI competition has been rescheduled for the 17th of May
1st March 2018
St Ives Interprint 2018
The St Ives competition was held yesterday and Royston PS finished in 20th position with 28 clubs taking part. The winners were Cambridge CC with 142 pts, 2nd – Ware and DistrictPC -140 pts and 3rd – Norfolk PG with 139 pts. for full details please click here
Our images scored as follows and congratulations to the members taking part:
Manos – Sam Orchard Jones – 15
Foggy Trees – Richard Schramm – 16
Hungry Gannets – Bob Coote – 16
Guggenheim Detail – Alan Linsdell – 16
The Connection – Andrew Colgan – 15
Just One More Cigarette – Richard Schramm – 15
Reflected – Andrew Colgan – 15
Fowlmere Gold – Andrew Fox – 17
13th february 2018
THE EAF competition in summary
37 Clubs from around 200 registered with the EAF entered the competition. After number of years RPS entered this competition again .
We entered 25 PDI images, our first 15 into the first round of the competition. At the end of the first round we were in 15th position with 171 points, shared with Norwich & District PS. So we missed the final round by just 1 position or 3 points.
We did really well! for a small club with limited experience in this type of competition. Read more here
EAF PDI Championship 3rd Feb ’18
The winning images from the EAF PDI competion 2018 can be viewed here
1st February 2018
The Mobile Phone Competition held on the 1st February 2018 featured 36 great images. Many thanks to Adrian Stone for excellent judging. The winner was Terry Hartga with Night Time Transit on the Shropshire Union Canal
The second place was awarded to Andrew Colgan for The Royal Exchange
Third place was awarded to Rhiannon Maslem for The Lads. All enlargements for the winning images can be viewed here
18th January 2018
The Landscape Print Competition on 18 January was well attended with great selection of images. The winner was Andrew Colgan, who also received second place. Third place was won by Kath Watson . To view the enlarged images please click here
1st place: Andrew Colgan – Winter sunrise Over Owler Tor
2nd place: Andrew Colgan – Hope Valley Sunrise
3rd place: Kath Watson – Ogwen Valley
Recently we celebrated the Clubs 30th Birthday in the presence of the Town Mayor, Councillor Vera Swallow. An Article about the event was posted in the Royston Crow 18th January edition .
To view photographs from the event, please click here