14th June 2021 – The Results of the Exhibition Competition – Chris Palmer FRPS DPAGB APAGB EFIAP

Our  2020-2021 season concluded with the results of our Annual Exhibition Competition with one of the best judges, Chris Palmer, commenting on why he chose the award winning images.

Chris was presented with 283 images by the Club. He was asked to allocate the images to the ten categories and then make awards to the images that he judged to be the best in each category. He was then asked to chose the overall winners for the Exhibition Competition. His comments told us all we needed to know about his decision making in an entertaining and succinct fashion. Thanks, Chris.

All the images submitted this season’s digital only Exhibition will be made available on the Club’s website in the coming weeks. The Annual Exhibition is the opportunity for all Member’s to showcase their images to a wider audience.

Congratulations to all the award winners and more even more important thanks to all the Members who entered their images.

Alan Edwards
Club Chairman

Here are the overall Exhibition awards:

Judge’s Award – Most Original Image

Motion by Cyril Maple

Exhibition Awards – Commended

Sahara sunset by Steve Friend

Exhibition Awards – Commended

Free Running by Iona McKenzie LRPS CPAGB

Exhibition Awards – Commended

Abstraction by Caroline Colegate ARPS APAGB

Exhibition Awards– Highly Commended

Evening lavender by Mark Wycherley CPAGB

Exhibition Awards– Highly Commended

Homage to Helmut Newton by Steve Buesden ARPS

Exhibition Awards– Highly Commended

Pause for thought by Mark Wycherley CPAGB

Exhibition Awards – 3rd Place

Hey! by Steve Buesden ARPS

Exhibition Awards – 2nd Place

Black and Gold by Iona McKenzie LRPS CPAGB

Exhibition Awards – 1st Place

Mating Robber Flies  by Mark Perkins ARPS CPAGB

Ian Hardacre

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