At their March meeting, members of the Stamford and Rutland Photographic Society competed for the Best Digital Projected Image. The topic was ‘Through the Glass’, and subjects ranged in scale from a vertiginous tower-top view to close-ups of Daddy longlegs and flowers reflected in a small glass ball.
The Society invited Trevor Rudkin from Kettering to judge the competition. Trevor, a judge for the Midland Counties Photographic Federation with skills in many areas of photography, commented on and scored all forty images from eleven members, applying competition standards. He gave full marks to four photos.
Tom Cahill won the competition with a timeless, joyous black and white image of his son by a railway carriage window.
In second place was St.John Burkett’s creative shot of a tulip distorted by the curves of a beer glass.
Tom also came third with a charming picture of his daughter looking out of a train window, and her reflection looking in.
Sue West’s ladies taking coffee came fourth.
Members also viewed some high quality printed images from the recent Royal Photographic Society’s East Anglia Region Exhibition.