Last Wednesday saw the final round of judging for the Annual Exhibition. Images were judged by Peter Wells ARPS, EFIAP, CPAGB, BPE3* and covered the three remaining print categories of Architecture & Record, Nature and Scapes. All had submitted their images before the lockdown but this had delayed judging.
The standard of images was very high indeed and Peter certainly had his work cut out with a high number of images in both the Architecutre & Record and Nature categories as well as Scapes.
Peter provided entrants with some fair and valuable feedback on the entries and scores were of good range. It was interesting in particular to hear Peter highighting the differences between the DPI images shown on the night over Zoom and the prints he had been supplied with. He made a number of comments on this and called out a few times that the prints he had been presented with in some cases looked darker or with a colour cast when compared to those he could see on screen via Zoom. Certainly food for thought when processing printed images in future.
The club would like to thank Peter for his comments and the work put in to judging the large selection of images. In excess of 30 members joined the meeting and I'm sure all will have learnt a lot from Peter's expertise. Congratulations to all those members who had images held back on the night.