13th November saw our Annual 5 Print Challenge. What a fantastic evening with 13 members submitted 5 prints to cover, Opened landscape, Open dpi, Scapes, Sport and Abstract/Creative.
Members rose to the challenge and produced some very high quality images and some very different work in the Abstract/Creative Section. Our Judge for the Evening was Nick Jenkins from Cardiff. Nick was very fair, gave excellent critique and was very positive in his general overview of the evening. He was certainly impressed with our Abstract/Creative section!
The winner for the trophy was John Crowland with Coal Angel, Quiet Beauty, Tour de Gwent, St Cwyfans' Church and Emotional Panel. A beautiful set of images - well done John.
Total Points awarded were
John Crowland 93
Linda Marshall 89
Steve Betts 88
Gareth Nutt 88
Sandra Walding 88
We asked Nick to pick his favourite images from each section and they were
Moonrise, Blyth Quayside - Linda Marshall
Fed Up, Tired out - Sandra Walding
Missed the Fence - Sandra Walding
Saint Cwyfan's Church - John Crowland
Asian Butterflies - Brian Challis.
Images that scored 20 were
Coal Angel - John Crowland
Lindisfarne Boat Shed - Keith Sharples
The Gap - John Ryland
Asian Butterflies - Brian Challis
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