This evening was the third round of the Internal PDI League and was an open round and I had an image entered for just comment.
I am a member of a local camera club and these blogs document my entries in the internal competitions.
Over the years I have entered external competitions to the Club as well as gaining (and attempting) to achieve distinctions from the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) and the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB).
This was the third round of the PDI Trophy Competition at Farnborough Camera Club. This was another open round and two images were permitted.
The PDI set subject round was for ‘Texture’. I chose a close-up of railway spikes and a model behind a muslin screen.
This was the second round of the internal PDI league and was an open subject round.
This was the second round of the PDI Trophy Competition at Farnborough Camera Club. This was an open round and two images were permitted.
For the first PDI competition, at Bracknell CC, I entered my image of Leon from The Flyrights, taken just before the COVID-19 lockdown
This was the first round of the PDI Trophy Competition at Farnborough Camera Club. This was an open round and two images were permitted.
This iPhone image of Wilton Windmill was my first entry to a competition at Farnborough Camera Club.
My image of Fountains Abbey with suggested improvements from one of the Club’s judges
The article about my RPS Licentiate panel in the Digital Imaging Group’s Accolade Issue 6
For the fourth round of the projected image competition I submitted a black and white image of a couple dancing on the streets of Paris
For the third round I went back to images from previous years and entered an image that had ‘failed’ at CPAGB in Watford.