On behalf of Worthing Camera Club I would like to give a huge thank you to everyone who submitted entries. There were many and varied images for each challenge and it was good to see such imaginative and creative interpretations. The scoring wasn’t easy for the judges and the results were close in most categories.
Just a reminder that there were two in-person events (Wednesday 14 June evening, Saturday 17 June morning), and then anyone unable to join either event was invited to take part in their own time. There was a prescribed route and 19 challenges (yes, Deckchair was duplicated – #2 & #5). Images had to be taken on a phone and could only be edited with software on the phone. Submissions closed on Friday 30 June.
The entries under each challenge were passed (anonymously) to a panel of 6 judges, who then scored the submitted images independently and their results have been collated to decide the final list of winners.
The results are as follows:
Challenge #1 Lamppost – Karen Phillips
Challenge #2 Deckchair – Anna Cronin
Challenge #3 Shelter – Sarah Harris
Challenge #4 Fishing Boat – Dave Franchi
Challenge #6 An Ice Cream – Joint winners Jenny Burn’s daughter and Sarah Harris
Challenge #7 A Seagull – Mary Lannia
Challenge #8 A Stone stack – Sarah Harris
Challenge #9 The Pier – Dave Franchi
Challenge #10 The Dome – Mary Lannia
Challenge #11 A sign – Jenny Burn’s daughter
Challenge #12 An animal – Dave Franchi
Challenge #13 The spirit of East Beach – Gage Arneaud
Challenge #14 Selfie with Worthing landmark – Gage Arneaud
Challenge #15 3 Compositions of same subject – Joint winners Gage Arneaud and Grant Lawrence
Challenge #16 Street / Documentary style image – Karen Phillips
Challenge #17 Funniest subject – Linda Leaney
Challenge #18 An image that makes you think of Worthing – Sarah Harris
Challenge #19 Black and White image – Mary Lannia
Challenge #20 Something that rhymes with “pier” – Jenny Burn’s daughter
Remember the Club holds regular competitions, including “Merit” competitions, where competitors are split between “Beginners”, “Intermediate” and “Advanced”. The Club’s competitions are independently judged and the judges give constructive, verbal feedback on every image, which helps to develop your photography.