Photography Challenge 2021 update.
Firstly we remind those that haven’t played yet, that we have RESERVED a few subjects specifically for you to have a go at:
- 2. A somersault.
- 4. A belly laugh
- 6. Shoelaces tied together
- 15. A wonderful surprise
- 24. Hanging laundry
Use your imagination to create an image that fits the theme. You can send an entry to us at email firstname.lastname@example.org – at the very least your photo will automatically enter you into the £10 draw! Don’t wait too long though, we will open them up to everyone if not taken up soon.
More points have been awarded in the following LOCKED categories.
33. A blur.
The winner of two points for a photo that includes a couple of Club stars is GLENN STALLARD.
And the winner of two points is GARETH HUGHES.
78 A long time.
Although Mike’s skeleton really made me chuckle, the winner of two points is DAVE HOOK with his long time with the NHS.
82. A hole in the ground.
The two points are awarded to MIKE REDHEAD for his Hole of Horcum landscape.
83. Power lines.
A very good selection of photos and difficult to judge. But for composition and symmetry, the two points go to MIKE REDHEAD.
84 Flock of birds.
The winner of two points for the photo that I think gives a sense of scale to a flock of birds is MAGGIE WINGFIELD.
104 A hiding place.
The winner of the two points could have been Jim Uney for his cheeky hidden plaice (!), but instead, we opted for the child who has found a peculiar hiding place by GARETH HUGHES.
The current League Table (as of 7am on 7 March 21):
|Dave Hook||98+2 =100||£25|
|Gareth Hughes||65+2+2= 69||4th|
|Mike Redhead||40+2+2= 44||5th|
|Maggie Wingfield||29+2= 31|
|Glen Stallard||6+2= 8|
Remember: We’ll only accept one photo from each person to each subject. After we’ve received 5 photos to a particular subject, then that subject will be closed for entries.
RESERVED subjects are for those new to the game or with 5 points or less. We encourage you to send in your entries to email: email@example.com.
In whatever way you send us your images for the challenge, use the hashtag so that we can find them easier:
Hedon-based photographic club. It’s free to join in and take part, and the club prides itself on its good reputation for its fun and friendly approach.