Winner On the Night #3 (Print OPEN)
36 Attendees 14.3.23
This evening was ImageZ third Winner on the Night Competition of the season and was an open event. Digital images had been sent in by members for the audience to look at while the prints were judged. This was a Print competition, so the judge Paul Burwood from Field End only looked at the prints whilst giving his critique.
Paul Burwood is a very experienced CACC judge and has judged at ImageZ before.
He works in a methodical way, with an empathetic and humorous style.
As the images came up on our new big screen members could follow Paul’s critique step by step. Paul gave many positive comments, offering very insightful information on how to improve some of the images. Members were able to view the forty-five Prints before competition and during break. The images were of a high standard, with individual styles, covering a number of genres including Urban Landscape ,Portraits Abstract, Street Photography ,Still Life, Wildlife, Natural History and Creative.
Paul began by saying he was looking for images that were Creative, Impactful and had a story.
He gave a measured and positive critique discussing colour, technique, creativity, composition, story and much more.
Paul held back twelve images. This competition awarded Commended, Highly Commended and a First, Second and Third position.
The following images were awarded the above commendations:
Wattled Crane Commended Chenxi Ni
Wistful Commended Steve Beckett
Young Moorhen Makes his Escape Commended David Gibbs
Towards the Light Highly Commended Carol Haines
The Scary side to Rebecca Highly Commended Stuart Craig
1000 Yard Stare Highly Commended Steve Beckett
City of London Highly Commended Chenxi Ni
Silver Birch Amid Red Brambles Highly Commended David Jones
Old Light bulb Third Place David Gibbs
Through Misted Glass Second Place John Timbrell
Bird Lady First Place Steve Allsop
Congratulations to the members above especially David, John, and Steve.
Thank you to all members who entered Prints.
Next Week: Inter-Club “Match a Slide”
In the Hall.