3 weeks ago I made a brief presentation on printing through Lightroom. Please find here Printing Photographs talk a pdf file (5.5MB) of the screen shots.
We’d like to thank all members of the public who placed their votes at our exhibition this year. The three images which received the most votes are:
“Great Spotted Woodpecker” by Jim Strom which scored 355 points
“Cragg Vale’s Heather Carpet” by Steph Penny which scored 293 points
“A Crow at Sunset” by Martin Whittell which scored 256 points
On Saturday 25th August Hebden Royd mayor Pat Fraser opened our 2017 annual exhibition at the Hebden Bridge Town Hall. The club would like to thank the mayor and her consort for taking time out of their weekend to open the exhibition for us and for their warm and supportive comments both about the exhibition and quality of imagery on show.
The exhibition is open free of charge to the public between the hours of 10am and 4pm. After Saturday 25th, it will run from Monday 28th of August to the 2nd of September. We will have stewards from the club available each day to answer any questions you may have about the club or the images.
We encourage members of the public to vote for their three favourite photographs. We award a trophy to the photographer with the highest cumulative score of 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. You can see last year’s top three images hanging in the Town Hall Café. We also publish the top three images here on the website.
Our club’s 2018 calendar of local photographs will be on sale during the week priced at £5.
Special thanks from all our members go to Polly Williams who was this years’ Exhibition Secretary, organising and overseeing the event from start to finish.
Our annual exhibition will run from the 26th of August to the 3rd of September in the Hebden Bridge Town Hall. This is a great chance to see our work and meet some of our members. Entry is free and the exhibition will be open daily from 10am to 4pm.
Each year we run a competition where we ask the public to vote on their favourite images, if you’d like to see the results of last years voting click here.
1st Sleep Supervisor by Simon Garvey
2nd Off the beaten track by Mike Turner
3rd Happy Headhunter by Simon Garvey
HC The Bargee by Nigel Plant
HC Victoria Centre, Sydney by Jim Strom
C Fly Agaric by Ian Parker
C Footpath from Eaves Wood by Ian Parker
HC = Highly Commended, C = Commended
1st place: “Queen Street Mill” by Rory Prior with 131 points
2nd place: “Tears” by Chris Standley with 113 points
2nd place: “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” by Ian Parker with 113 points
3rd place: “A Road Trip Round Iceland” by Nigel Plant with 112 points
AVs are scored by all members who give marks from 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent) for each work. These marks are then totalled to give each entry its overall score.