The results of the recent print competition are available here.
Another selection of quality entries (and winners) from both new and established members.
As a number of members have notified us the colour print results were initially incorrect (due to an error early in the list which had a knock on effect down the list). Apologies. These have been corrected and the results now reflect the scores awarded on the night. (On the plus side it’s encouraging to know that we have so many visitors to the site!)
Please can the winners upload a DPI of their prints so that we can make them available for use in external comps. The print upload portal is here
The format of Competition #3 is that it has 2 parts:
Part 1: DPI Open colour
Part 2: DPI Theme, can be mono or colour, author’s choice.
The theme for that first themed competition is ‘part of the body’. This can be anybody’s body, any animal’s body or anything’s body. i.e. as long as it has a body you can photograph it, but it must only be part of the body, not the whole thing.
The hand-in date for Competition #3 is Wednesday 27th January
Results from the Annual DPI competition are now available here. Another set of quality entries. Congratulations to the winners. Apologies for the delay in posting these – a small and unusual glitch in our carefully structured and finely honed processing methodology!
Winning photos will be added to the gallery and made available for external competitions.
(If you had a winning print entry and haven’t yet uploaded it we’d be grateful if you would … here.)
A slew of quality images in our November DPI competition. Interestingly a high number of mono entries this month (44) relative to colour (54). Congratulations to David Royle with a first in mono and second in colour. Results in detail here.
The gallery has been updated with some of the winning images from this competition and the annual (more to be added soon).
Many thanks to Landscapedays and The Feathery Folk for organising the great day out our club had photographing birds of prey yesterday. We had a great time with some very patient birds. Below are some photos of us enjoying ourselves at the event. There will be a 2nd post with photos of the birds too – not just of ourselves having fun!
No meetings now till September, but all the members will be eating ice cream, reading the Beano, and taking great photographs to share next season. In the meanwhile, you can see what people are up to on our Facebook page.
The new version of Lightroom was released yesterday (21/4/15)
If you are subscribed to Adobe Cloud you will obviously get the upgrade automatically but for those of you who wish to you can still buy the standalone version … but it’s perhaps not entirely obvious how you do it as Adobe is obviously keen to promote the CC version.
To buy/upgrade go to Adobe’s Lightroom product page, scroll all the way to the bottom, and look for the “buy now” button in the box for Lightroom 6 Standalone. It will default to the full version with a price (as of this moment) of £103.88. Once it’s in your cart, you can click the “Edit” button in the upper right to change it to an upgrade version for £59.09 (you need to specify your current version in the dropdown) – upgrade pricing is available to anyone who owns any version of Lightroom 1 through 5. These links are only for Adobe’s “ESD” (Electronic Software Download) version, which lets you download the installer online, but does not include physical media.
If you would like some information about what’s in release 6 …
The results of the April 1st competitions are on-line. Along with the updated POTY rankings. We finally found out what a good “surprise” picture is in the theme competition! Glad that the upload Portal worked pretty seamlessly for you.
The web site has had a major update. (Virtually) all information has been transferred from the old Wiki site and the Wiki will no longer be updated. Obsolete Wiki pages have been left in place for now.
We plan to initiate uploading of PDI images for future competitions (starting with comp #5 – to be judged on April 1). The uploading site is currently available (via the Competitions menu) in pilot mode for familiarisation and testing. We will of course let you know when the site goes live to accept images for the next competition.
As well as the Open Projection and Set Subject “Strength” competitions taking place tonight, it’s the last handing-in date for your prints for the next competition. And it’s the last handing-in date for your L&CPU Individual competition entries; prints + digital.
So there will be 16×20 prints everywhere tonight. No – hold on – they have to be 40x50cm otherwise they will be thrown in the air and stamped on, not unlike my print in the last monthly comp.