We’re off and running with a static set subject – Architecture Feb 14th Competition

What a fantastic start to our competition year with 22 people entering images, including several new members!

We embraced the set subject of Architecture  with more than 60% of entries in this category and a total of 93 images for the night.

Our outing to the North Terrace medical and entertainment precinct yielded a number of images and it was great to see many different interpretations of the same buildings.

Of course there was some international flavour with James Allan capturing contemporary architecture in Seville beautifully and Judy Sara taking us to the amazing Singapore Garden.

Regular judge Peter Phillips gave useful feedback on each image, stressing the importance of good lighting to enhance composition and keeping us entertained with his bad jokes!  He provided many helpful hints on technique both during capture and in post processing.

There was a wide variety of styles ranging from Jenny Pedlar’s abstract NGV to David Hope’s more traditional Inspiring and from Don McLeod’s high-key Tokyo Roof Skeleton to Judy Sara’s low-key Car Park at Night.

For more images from the night visit our Top Prints and Top Projected Digital Images pages.

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One response

  1. James Allan

    Hi Helen,
    the Metropol Parasol in Serville was designed by Jürgen Mayer and not Gaudi. It is a about 100 years more contemporary than Gaudi’s buildings. Completed in 2011, whereas Gaudi died in 1926.
    James

    19/02/2019 at 8:57 am