|Monochrome Prints (Novice)|
Resting on the Job
Highly Commended: On Yonder Hill - Tony Davis
Commended: On Time - John McNaughton
|Monochrome Prints (Advanced)|
Highly Commended: No More Day Trips - Chris Durant
Commended: Skylight View - Gary Allkins, The Bridge - Gary Allkins
|Colour Prints (Novice)|
Rapefield in Rugeley
Hollybank No 3
Highly Commended: Spider on the Gorse - Tony Davis
Commended: Before the Beak - Allan Giles, Blackpool Rock - Tony Davis
Colour Prints (Advanced)
Highly Commended: Solitude - David Galbraith
Commended: Exposed Roots and Tree - Andy Askey, Late Booking - Chris Durant
The judge said, "I would have called this 'Portrait of a Red Fox' The lighting is stupendous. Cracking catch lights in the eyes. A one off shot. There is space for the fox to move into. Very well executed."
The judge said, " Well done. Not really at night - more like twilight. The subtle cloud detail has helped. I love the spray light from the lamps and the reflections. Well done."
The judge said, " I've no idea whether this has been put together or it is as you have seen it! The ribbon needs toning down bit it is good to see a different input in photography."
Highly Commended: The Virgin Mist - John McNaughton, Summer Flower - Ann Galbraith
Commended: Shutters - Joy Owen
The judge said, " The photographer has done a superb job. There is almost a 3D effect. The water drop makes the picture even more interesting."
The judge said, "Lovely quality in the skin tones.The dark clothing does not compete with the face."
The judge said, "Lovely. Delicate reflections. The lighting and angles have been handled well. I would rather not have had the word in the bottom right corner otherwise superb."
Highly Commended: Farm Tracks - David Galbraith
Commended: Derwent - Graham Garbett, Arboretum Boathouse - Andy Askey