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4th PDI

Report by Marjorie Burge.

Friday 18th January was our 4th PDI, with Tony Bentley ARPS CPAGB of Invicta Camera Club, judging the 68 entries in the competition. Tony has judged for us before, covering the PDI Theme last year. He has his own judging style, very confident, plain speaking, straight in. Each image was carefully examined for sharpness and composition, and any overly bright patches quickly spotted - post processing was a must, and corners were a worry, Tony liked them shaded. There were some amazing images in all divisions and I felt sometimes the overall image was lost in the discussion of detail but with the high quality of APS photography we make  life difficult for the judges. Choosing the winning images was not easy and Tony held back eight in Division 1 before making his final choice. A good evening at APS, Tony’s judging is definitely not boring, he kept us entertained throughout.

Title of the Week - ‘Oh Look – A Daisy’.  

Division 1:
1st Chris Rogers with Early Morning Ballooning over Bagan, Myanmar
2nd John Wigmore with Scottish Weather
3rd George Pearson with Just After the Sunrise

Early Morning Ballooning over Bagan, Myanmar by Chris Rogers
Division 2:
1st Spencer Stone with A Pest Amongst the Pollen
2nd Martin Tilling with Oh Look – A Daisy
3rd Di Long with No Walkies Today

A Pest Amongst the Pollen by Spencer Stone

Division 3:
1st Richard Barry with All Packed for My Travels
2nd Adrian Aslett with Bad Hair Day
3rd Steve Rose with Pier Lights

All Packed for My Travels by Richard Barry

Next Friday, 25th January Ray Bridges is giving a talk titled: My Digital Doings.

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