May 2019 PDI Open Competition No3

OAdvancedn Thursday 16th May the club held its 5rd Open PDI Competition of the year.

PDI Open Competitions are projected digital image competitions in which the subject of the image is left to the choice of the photographer.

This type of competition provides a wide variety of subject matter projected on to the screen for a judge to deliberate on.

Our judge on this occassion was Nick Berentzen an excellent photographer in his own right and with the perfect qualifications to examine the images and give his critique and mark the images accordingly.

Images are scored to a maximum of 20 points and are presented as three levels of competence, being Club Level, Intermediate Level and Advanced Level.

In the Advanced Level Competition three images were awarded the top score of 20 points, and they were;        

                  Alan Bromiley Wow.websize                       Phil Durkin The Cuillin Range From Elgol websize

                                                "WOW"   by Alan Bromiley                                                        "The Cuillin Range from Elgol"  by Phil Durkin

                                                                                 Richard Towell Kingfisher with Fish web size

                                                                                         "Kingfisher with Fish"  by Richard Towell

In the Intermediate Level Competition the image that scored the maximum 20 points was;

                                                                                Peter Corser Reflections websizejpg

                                                                                                 "Reflections"  by Peter Corser

In the Club Level Competition there were two images that the judge awarded 20 points, and they were;

                      Chris Grady Take me to the Sea websize                         Mike Chorlton Durdle Door at Night.websize

                                     "Take me to the Sea"  by Chris Grady                                                         "Durdle Door at Night"  by Mile Chorlton