2014 Award Winning Images
2014 has been another incredible year for The Societies’ Monthly Image Competition with 12,694 entered throughout the year. The 20x16" Print Competition held during this years Convention has seen a vast increase in entries and we would like to thank all the entrants to both the competitions.
Each of the categories from our Monthly Image Competition has nominees which have been chosen from the Gold Award winning images from 2014.
Throughout the year we use a group of 35 Judges to do Qualifications,
Monthly Image Competition judging, End of Year judging and judging here
at The Convention. They give their time and expertise for nothing and we
at the Societies would like to thank the following Steve Allen, Sue
Altenburg, Stuart Bebb, Paul Callaghan, Alan Carville, Kevin Casha,
George Dawber, Bev Downie, Barrie Downie, Marko Dutka, Peter Ellis,
George Fairbairn, Desi Fontaine, Adrian Henson, Simon John, Christina
Lauder, Tom Lee, Eileen Mason, Gordon McGowan, Mike McNamee, Sergio
Muscat, Aled Oldfield, Dennis Orchard, Llewellyn Robins, Ramon Sammut,
Lenny Smith, Jamie Thompson, Keith Thompson, Lynsey Viney, Richard P
Walton, Kevin Wilson, Stuart Wood, Faye Yerbury, Trevor Yerbury, Darrin
Zammit-Lupi and finally Terrie Jones who coordinates the competition and
judges throughout the year.
We would also like to thank Eizo for allowing us the use of a monitor for the End of Year judging.
Photographer of the Year 2014 Results
20x16" Competition Results
The 20x16" Print Competition was judged live at The Societies' 2014 Convention and we would like to thank our judges for their great advice to the delegates watching.
Photo Quote: Very often people looking at my pictures say, 'You must have had to wait a long time to get that cloud just right (or that shadow, or the light).' As a matter of fact, I almost never wait, that is, unless I can see that the thing will be right in a few minutes. But if I must wait an hour for the shadow to move, or the light to change, or the cow to graze in the other direction, then I put up my camera and go on, knowing that I am likely to find three subjects just as good in the same hour. - Edward Weston