Just before Christmas, Ania visited the National Federation of Poultry Clubs Championship Show. She didn't enter a single bird but still walked away with Best in Show - for her Photography. In addition to the First Place, Ania’s images also took two Third Places:
John Clare’s drone image Sea, Sand and Shadows which as previously reported in EHHPS News won the Daily Telegraph’s Weekly Big Picture Competition, was further featured in their ‘Best of the Big Picture’ end of year pull-together.
The same image was also featured as a Finalist in the 2018 Shoot the Frame competition. Earlier in the year, another of John’s images Bordeaux was a finalist in the Monthly version of the same competition:
EHHPS hosted the third match (A3) of the group stage of the North West Fed on Thursday December 6th. Competing were Chesham PC, Northolt and District PS and EHHPS.
Chesham PC: Print 90, Projected 91, Total 181
Northolt & District PS: Print 86, Projected 92, Total 178
EHHPS: Print 95, Projected 94, Total 189
EHHPS high scorers were:
Auburn Glow Dennis Durack 20
Old Marsh Bridge Amanda Wright 20*
The Fan Shaun Hodge 20*
Night Watchman Emmanuel 20*
The Judge was Les Spitz ARPS.
Overall results for round One:
External Competition Secretary Amanda Wright has passed on the results of the second match in our group of the NW Fed competition, held at Northolt on 5th December. Competing were Chesham PC, Northolt and District PS and EHHPS.
Chesham PC: Print 84, Projected 86, Total 170
Northolt & District PS: Print 86, Projected 82, Total 168
EHHPS: Print 93, Projected 90, Total 183
EHHPS high scorers were:
Dreamy Pastels Ania Taylor 20*
Alex Shaun Hodge 20*
Sea, Sand and Shadows II John Clare 20*
Power Paul Mason 20*
(EHHPS took all four stars in this match)
The Judge was Alan Colegrave ARPS.
Bill Cooper, XRR writes:
John, an award-winner in this competition two years ago, has his image “Mortlake Rowers” shortlisted for 2018:
Several members of EHHPS entered the XRR Visions competition individually, with three members also representing EHHPS as a team. The final takes place on Wednesday 21st November in Watford. Bill Cooper, Secretary XRR writes:
External Competition Secretary Amanda Wright has passed on the results of the first round of the NW Fed competition , held at Chesham PC. Competing were Chesham PC, Northolt and District PS and EHHPS.
Chesham PC: Print 110, Projected 109, Total 219
Northolt & District PS: Print 100, Projected 100, Total 200
EHHPS: Print 104, Projected 110, Total 214
EHHPS high scorers were:
Poppies Ania Taylor 20*
Sea, Sand and Shadows John Clare 20*
Khmer Kid Paul Mason 19
Hiding Shaun Hodge 19
The Judge was Dave Hipperson.
External Competition Secretary Amanda Wright has passed on the results of the first round of the Rosebowl competition, which took place on November 1st. Competing were Buckingham, Oxford, EHHPS and Croxley (who hosted). Only ten marks separated all four clubs but unfortunately on this occasion, EHHPS came fourth. The full result was:
The full timetable for this season's Rosebowl can be found here
The Art of Building POTY is an annual competition from the Chartered Institute of Building. Entry closes on Nov 12. Last year’s winners are truly inspirational:
Entry details here:
Ealing Council Photographic Competition
Ealing Council runs a 'Seasons of Ealing' photographic competition. The current one, for Autumn 2018, closes on October 31st. More information here All images submitted must have been taken in the Borough of Ealing.
Ealing Council have also sponsored an exhibition by Ealing Wildlife Group (EWG), currently on display in Walpole Park until the end of November. More information here:
Competition open to PAGB affiliated Clubs
We have received the following from XRR regarding their Visions 2018 competition:
VISIONS is a unique projected image competition for individual members of PAGB affiliated clubs. Clubs can also compete for the club trophy by nominating three entrants to represent them (please note that the selection of images should be made by the individual entrants).
The closing date for entries is Wednesday, 24th October, and the final live judging for Visions will be on Wednesday, 21st November at the Stanborough Centre. Judging all entries this year will be Paul Radden LRPS DPAGB EFIAP PSA2* of the East Anglian Federation.
BJP International Photography Award
Running for over a decade, 1854 Media publisher of British Journal of Photography created BJP International Photography Award to find the best in contemporary photographic talent.
British Journal of Photography and the judging panel, comprised of key industry leaders, aim to award and promote a body of work that has a distinct narrative, and feature images from a compelling project on any topic. The chosen photographer will then be awarded with a solo show in the renowned contemporary art gallery TJ Boulting, based in Fitzrovia, London UK.
Details here: http://www.bjpipa.com/
Following the excellent talk by Cliff Hide on copyright and other legal matters affecting photographers, and the fact that the London Tattoo Convention is on this weekend, here’s a really interesting piece about a question I have never considered:
Who owns the copyright on a tattoo?