BPC Annual Exhibition and Presentation of Awards December 3rd 2020

2020 has been an extraordinary year, full of twists and turns and surprises, including the postponement of our Annual Exhibition due to the brief Covid 19 lockdown two weeks ago.  Happily, we were able to hold the event live on December 3rd with 25 members present.

As our 2020 competitions were revamped to include only Projected Digital Images the evening took a slightly different format, with no prints on the walls, but with twenty members entering a total of 163 images we had a strong competition and a fabulous display of the talents of our members.

Congratulations to Suzie Smith and Frances Allan who emerged to challenge the regular strong performers, James Allan, Judy Sara and Helen Whitford and it was great to see the awards spread between 8 members.

We introduced two new award categories this year – Nature and Portrait.  The images were all judged in Open category but the highest scoring image nominated in each of these categories (and the existing WEA Australian Landscape category) won the award.

Nature was won by Suzie Smith with her exquisite Pink Robin.

Portrait was won by Frances Allan with Surfing Pondalowie.

The WEA Australian Landscape Award went to James Allan for Last Light on Rawnsley Bluff

 

 

 

Colour Projected Digital Images

In the Colour PDI section Suzie Smith’s Pink Robin was First.

Helen Whitford’s Feather came Second

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Allan’s Last Light on Rawnsley Bluff was Third

 

 

 

 

Merits were awarded to:

Frances Allan for Pied Kingfisher and Shaped by Prevailing Wind

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Allan for Mist on the Water

 

Mark Pedlar for I Beg your Pardon

 

Jenny Pedlar for King Penguins

Steve Wallace for Ever Watchful

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and Helen Whitford for Pearls and Bonney Light

 

 

Monochrome Projected Digital Images

In the Monochrome PDI section Suzie Smith’s First Train of the Season was First

Frances Allan’s Surfing Pondalowie was Second

and Helen Whitford’s White Cheeked Gibbon was Third

 

Merits were awarded to:

James Allan for Hooded Robin

 

Di Gage for Had Better Days

 

Suzie Smith for Reynisfjaara

 

 

 

and Helen Whitford for Timid

 

 

Aggregates 2020
The Aggregate Awards for competitions throughout the year were also different in 2020.  As Print categories were not possible we ran just two sections – Colour PDI and Monochrome PDI.

Colour PDI Aggregate 2020

First – Helen Whitford
Second – Judy Sara
Third – James Allan

 

Monochrome PDI Aggregate 2020

First – Judy Sara
Second – James Allan
Third – Helen Whitford

Thank You to our judges Peter Phillips SSAPS, Brad Hodge and Sandra Goulter.

 

The Bill Templer Award for Service to Blackwood Photographic Club over the past 12 months was presented to Helen Whitford

 

See below for the slideshow of all entries and awards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One response

  1. creationsbycrafteecc

    Congratulations BPC! A great year!
    Congratulations to Helen Whitford, I love seeing your work!

    05/12/2020 at 8:49 am

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