Author Archives: Jackie Tourle

3rd PDI Merit Competition – Judge: Rob de Ruiter

By on March 5th, 2020

Members were very pleased to welcome judge Rob de Ruiter LRPS, and President of Bognor Regis Camera Club for our third PDI competition of the season. Rob gave a brief background to his judging experiences, which despite covering areas all over the Southern counties, was his first visit to Worthing Camera Club. There were a… Read More »

Print Panel Competition – Judge: Faith Lee

By on February 20th, 2020

Report by Jan Budgen This competition showed some of the creative side of our photographers and we were joined by judge Faith Lee. Everyone enjoyed listening to her constructive critique and she certainly gave us things to think about for next year’s competition. 14 sets of Panels were entered, and the overall winner was Liz Farrow… Read More »

Close up/Macro PDI Competition

By on February 17th, 2020

Tuesday 11th February Members and visitors were welcomed to our Close up/Macro PDI competition. Unfortunately Chris Burstow was unable to attend as our judge for the evening but Roger Bathard, our own club member, was able to step in and judge the competition at short notice. We had a total of 62 images with subjects including… Read More »

Interclub Competition with Southwick

By on February 6th, 2020

Tuesday 4th February We were very pleased to welcome Southwick Camera Club as our guests for this Interclub competition, which proved to be a very enjoyable evening. Ken Scott’s judging and comments were excellent as usual, and we saw some wonderful images from both clubs. It was a very even competition, with a tiny difference… Read More »

2nd Print Merit Competition

By on January 23rd, 2020

Report by Jan Budgen Tuesday 21st January saw the second Print Merit competition.  The Advanced group were shown first as this group had the most entries.  A very broad spectrum of photos which were constructively judged by Malcolm Bull.  Next we saw the entries from the Intermediate group, not as many as in previous competitions… Read More »

Presentation – Anthony Sinfield from Cameracal

By on January 8th, 2020

Tuesday 7th January 2020 Members welcomed Anthony Sinfield from Cameracal, Camera and Lens Calibration specialists. Following his introduction, Anthony performed a live calibration demonstration with equipment provided by a camera club member. This was a fascinating insight into the calculation of autofocus microadjustments required to optimise the performance of the equipment. Anthony also gave hints… Read More »

2nd PDI Merit Competition

By on December 12th, 2019

Once again we had a very successful evening with a total of 81 PDI entries for our second competition of the season, and we were very pleased to welcome our judge for the evening David Eastley. David, who has attended the club on many occasions, started with the beginners’ entries and had a quick preview… Read More »

Speaker – Ken Scott

By on December 4th, 2019

Members and visitors gave a warm welcome to Ken Scott, in the hope they would come away from the evening with increased knowledge and advice on how to improve their photography skills. They were certainly not disappointed. Ken, with his relaxed style, engaged the audience throughout showing a variety of images, while asking the audience… Read More »

It’s a Knockout – Open PDI Competition

By on November 27th, 2019

Our in-house ‘It’s a knockout’ PDI competition was held on Tuesday 26th November and was a great success. There were 54 entries competing against each other, which were shown in pairs, and the scores were achieved with a show of hands from the enthusiastic audience. It was evident from the start that one of the… Read More »

1st Print Merit Competition

By on November 20th, 2019

Report by Jan Budgen Our first print competition was held on Tuesday 19th November and thoughtfully judged by Bob Webzell.  I am sure we all took something away with us from his comments which will help in our photography journey. There were 73 prints in total, 24 from the Beginners, 22 from the Intermediates and… Read More »