A very proud Mum...!
Open Public Competition 2019 - Review
The mother of Jacob Lawes’ (12) was clearly a very proud Mum when she watched her son being awarded with his certificate for winning the inaugural junior category of this year’s Open Public Competition organised by Norwich & District Photographic Society with his photograph Sheringham Steam Train by David Noton during the interval of his Chasing the Light Road Show.
Also present to collect her certificate for being a runner-up in the junior competition was Eden Willimott (13). Unfortunately, Elizabeth Rose Wotton (11) who was also a runner-up in the junior competition was unable to be present but we shall get her certificate to her as soon as possible.
The final twenty images in this Year's Open Public Competition are announced...
When Norwich & District Photographic Society decided last year to hold an Open Public Competition for the first time everyone involved was a little apprehensive because we had no idea what the response would be. Quickly it became clear that there was no reason for our concern as photographers throughout East Anglia and in some caes far beyond started to post images on our Facebook page. The outcome was so succesful and the quality of the images submitted so good we decided not only to make the competition an annual event but to add this year a junior category.
Open Photographic Competition
Here they are - the final 20 images selected by our members' panel to have made the shortlist for this year's NDPS Open Photographic Competition. All of the shortlisted entries get a free ticket (that will be awaiting be awaiting them at the door) to our David Noton 'Chasing the Light Roadshow' on Saturday 14th September at 7pm at UEA, Thomas Paine Lecture Theatre.
Tonight at midnight our 2nd Open Public Competition closes and we begin the mammoth task of selecting the three photographs that will be displayed at this year’s Annual Exhibition at Norwich Cathedral in September.