Launceston Battle - Print Winner


A great set of “Urban Landscape” prints last night – well judged by Sue Bishop, it was hard to tell it was her first outing as a judge. A number of things come out of this competition:

Firstly we need to be clearer in our definition of our themes as several great images had to be marked down because they didn’t fit the topic as well as they should. I thought that the definition given by Sue at the start of the evening was very good and in retrospect we should have published something like that earlier.

Secondly we do need to ensure that all  mounted prints are the correct size, smaller mounts have a habit of damaging other prints in the box.

Finally with such a good set of images it is important that everyone sends digital versions of their images to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so that the selectors can see them when they are working on the next external competition.

On the subject of external competitions we have several WCPF events coming up: DPIC, Knighthayes Trophy, Members Exhibition……. Please look at for details.

Now for the bad news – our presenter for our next meeting has had to cancel so I will present my “A Journey through Photography Set in North America”. Many of the images are on my website – the galleries in the “Year Books” section ( up to 2017 would give you a flavour. Mysteriously at least three members have suddenly become “otherwise engaged” on February 5th!

Our next competition is “Along the Seashore” – my attempt at a definition is that the image must contain an element of the boundary between the sea and the land. A seascape (or a boat, special comment for Paul!) with no land is not really on topic.

Pedro Landers   January 23rd (email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


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