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2nd November Small Prints Competition

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2nd November – Small Prints Competition No. 1

This meeting showed the return of a very popular club meeting – The Small Prints Competition. The competition included sections for both Beginners and Advanced Photographers.

This competition is a fairly low key affair compared to the monthly Open Competitions but nevertheless, the event is well attended and taken very seriously. How many times have we all huffed and puffed at the remarks made by competition judges when critiquing our images. Well, this small event gives all the members an opportunity to judge each other’s work: and from experience it is not easy.
Each member has to select the best 5 images from each section. As the title of the competition suggests - all entries are prints, surface mounted on a board with no print being larger than A4 in size. This allows any member who would not normally submit prints an opportunity to submit images in this medium as no special equipment is needed. Any standard colour printer would be able to produce the prints needed.
The artistic standard was indeed very high across both sections and it was plain to see a lot of members were struggling in making their top five selections.
Once the judging had been completed and the tallies counted the results were in.

Top Five Beginner Prints
AuthorTitlePosition
Dave CuttingThe Hovis Hill1st
Dave CuttingThe view coming off Haystacks2nd
Joff TrotmanSmoking3rd
Bob PeckSpitfire Prop "Close up"4th
Bob PeckHappy Heads5th
Top Five Advanced Prints
AuthorTitlePosition
Kath HillRowing Boats1st
Ray HillMale Red Deer Bellowing2nd
Sue GirlingChequered Skipper3rd
Ken DickensonThree in Line4th
Paul WilcockThe Cloister5th

Congratulations to all the winners and runners up and a thank you to all the members taking part.

For more information about the Mid-Cheshire Camera Club visit its website www.midcheshirecameraclub.org or come along to a meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.45 for 8pm at the Dingle Recreation Centre, Winsford.

Paul Wilcock
Press & Publicity Officer
MCCC