THE LATEST from Photography Challenge 2021: A change in the rules to encourage more people to take part; and the latest League Table.
In the last two days, we have had a further 45 photos submitted towards the challenge. We have 12 contributing photographers so far.
** NOTE – AN UPDATE TO RULES ** We have RESERVED certain subjects. These are for people who have not had a go yet or have only submitted a few entries (if you are on 5 points or under). This is to encourage more people to have a go. Everyone who submits an entry will be automatically entered into a draw for a £10 prize. The winning player’s name will be drawn at random at the end of the challenge. All players included except the £25 winner.
The RESERVED subjects are: 2. A somersault, 4. A belly laugh and 15. A wonderful suprise.
The following subjects are now LOCKED (as of 1.50pm today 14 Feb) and so drop out of the challenge. We publish the photos from each below and award the winning two points
- 26 Black and White
- 31 Green
- 85 A graveyard
- 87 Tallest building
No. 26 BLACK AND WHITE.
The winner of the 2 POINTS is – once again – Mike Redhead with his beautiful lighthouse in a scenic landscape.
No. 31 GREEN.
The winner of the 2 POINTS is… Gareth Hughes with his green grass in snow.
No. 85 A Graveyard.
The winner of the 2 POINTS is… Steve Denniss for his silhouettes which had been shot on film, processed and scanned.
No. 87 Tallest building.
The winner of the 2 POINTS is… Mike Bartlett with his iconic Palace of Westminster shot which with the puddle reflection makes it twice as tall!
The latest League Table (14 Feb 1.50pm):
|Gareth Hughes||33+2 = 35||2nd|
|Steve Denniss||25+2 = 27||3rd|
|Mike Redhead||12+2 = 14||5th|
|Mike Bartlett||1+2 = 3|
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.
In whatever way you send us your images for the challenge, use the hashtag so that we can find it easier #photography_challenge_2021
We are the only 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.