NOPS Outlaw of the year contributing competition report for July

Although a week late, apologies for that!, we present the report of July’s internal competition that contributes toward the annual Outlaw of the Year competition…

The July print competition was held on the 25 July and we were pleased to welcome back Steve Myall as our judge. We are always eternally grateful to all those wonderful people who are brave enough step forward as judges, without whom we would be at a loss. Steve gave an interesting and informative commentary on our images. There were 35 entries in the open section and 31 for this month’s theme of ‘Perspective’.

In the open section Lester Woodward scored 17 for The Frenchman as did Malcolm Nabarro for his Peace, Love Remain, Jack Worsnop for Cabbages and Lois Webb for The Doctor and the Underground Lair. Stair Descent by Lester Woodward scored 18, as did Derwent Water Morning by Chris Houldsworth and Caught in the Light by Elizabeth Bromley. Lois scored 19 for It’s My Ball as did Chris again for Preparing for Launch. The winning image was Hanging Out by Elizabeth Bromley. This is a great accolade for Elizabeth as she won with an image from her first ever street photography outing!

In the themed section Elizabeth scored 17 for Georgian Architecture in Perspective, as did Jack Worsnop for Thumbs Up, Lester Woodward for Modern to Old and Lois for Venetian View. She also got 18 for Opposing Perspective on Life, as did Elizabeth for Looking up in Between Birmingham Library Façade and Malcolm Nabarro for Gothic Arches. Chris Houldsworth got 19 for Cobbolds Point, as did Lois for Gateways to Heaven. Malcolm Nabarro was the winner with Brutalist Concrete.

Congratulations to our winners and also congratulations and thanks to all entrants who gave us an interesting and enjoyable evening viewing images.


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