Dancing Lily is my first acceptance in an RPS sponsored competition.
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).
The last rounds of both internal competitions had set subjects. I am not sure that my entries either met the criteria or were as carefully prepared as my entries for the earlier rounds.
I used two images from an early morning walk alongside the River Trent for my entries for Round 4 of the print competition.
‘Shoes on, time to paddle ’ was my entry for the fourth round of the internal digital image competition and it scored 8.5.
I travelled to Crawley Down, West Sussex for my LRPS Advisory Day
These are my two images for the third internal print league competition. The F-15E was my first submission this season with a B&W image.
‘Dancing lily’ was my entry for the third round of the internal digital image competition and it scored a 10.
These are my images for the second print round of the internal competition in the 2018-19 season.
‘Remember this day’ is my entry for the 2018-19 Clive Harrison Trophy. The images are of padlocks left on gates and on railings.
This Pine Martin image was my entry for the second round of the PDI competition for the new season. This is from the second day of the Secret British Mammals Workshop that I attended in Devon.
This was the first round of the internal print league for the 2018-2019 season. My first 10 of the season.