2014 Photographic Competition

2014 Photographic Competition Results

Results of the 2014 Photographic Competition were revealed at the Exhibition in Comberbach Memorial Hall on Saturday 7th March.

Category: Wildlife

Trevor's moorhen

Winner: Trevor Davies – “Male Moorhen”

Second: Liz Bentham – “Angle Shade Moth”
Third: Rosie Bradley – “Twin Teasels”
Highly Commended: Sharon Stanley – “Jay”

Category: Landscape

New Beginnings

Winner: Alison Hamlin Hughes – “New Beginnings”

Second: Liz Bentham – “Emerging From Mist”
Third: Peter Scott – “Anderton Lift”
Highly Commended: Alison Hamlin Hughes – “Mists of Time”; Alan Redley – “Misty Dawn at Dairy House”; Rosie Bradley – “Glimpse of Witton Brook”; Gordon Carter – Untitled

Category: Work, Rest and Play

Buzz out of work

Winner: Graham Walker – “I get a ‘buzz’ out of my work”

Second: Ed. Cottrill – “Buttercups in Hopyards”
Third: John Hopkins – “Frosty Winter Walk”
Highly Commended: Joanne Redley – “A Boy’s Eye View”

imageJohn Hopkins’ “Frosty Winter Walk” received most votes from the 50 entrants, friends and family members who visited the exhibition.

Many thanks to all those who entered the competition and to the judges, Nick Jones, Andy Harmer and Simon Davies.

All of the entries will be displayed on the website when all the digital copies have been sent to Jim (jmjeeves4867@btinternet.com).

2014 Photographic Competition

Following the success of our Photographic Competitions in 2008, 2010 and 2012, we have decided to hold a further competition during 2014.  Again, this is for photographs taken in Northwich Woodlands and entries are invited from photographers of all ages and abilities.

You can find the rules by clicking Photographic Competition Rules 2014 . Copies can also be obtained from the Rangers’ Cabin at Marbury. The closing date for entries is 31st December 2014.

Suggestions from the judges:

1. A title is almost essential, particularly in the new category ‘Work, Rest and Play’. It gives some indication of the photographer’s intention.
2. The final print should be borderless, or has a regular border. This leads to a better presentation.
3. The quality of the paper affects the presentation of the photos.
4. Do not worry about submitting a photo because of the type of camera. Some of the best entries have been taken with basic equipment.
5. Composition and capturing the essence of the category entered are the keys to success.

Get your camera out and get snapping. We look forward to your participation.

For further information contact Jim Jeeves:
01606 77688
jmjeeves4867@btinternet.com