On 18 April 2016 Ludshott Photographic Club hosted the Jim Henson Trophy for Audio-visual presentations which in this its initial year was open to entrants from any club affiliated to the Surrey Photographic Association.
Our thanks go to Carole Speight ARPS who judged the competition and commented on each sequence. The importance of this increasingly popular form of photography was recognised with the presence of Walter Benzie Hon. FRPS, President of the Royal Photographic Society, who presented the awards.
The winning entry was “Battle of the Waterberg” by Kathleen Bird LRPS CPAGB, of Ludshott Photographic Club, for her poignant story of the destruction by colonial forces of the Herero people of German West Africa (now Namibia). The story was wonderfully shown with a gripping commentary, fitting music and a selection of Kathleen’s images mixed with archival pictures.
Second place went to Len Deeley FRPS DPAGBA EFIAP BPE3, of Godalming Camera Club, for “The Compassionate Man” an insightful study chronicling the life and works of the Victorian-era painter and sculptor George Frederic Watts.
Norman Horsham CPAGB of Mid Thames AV Group secured third place for “The West Coast of Scotland” with his outstanding photography.
Highly Commended certificates were awarded to
“Metal” by Brian Marjoram LRPS of Ludshott Photographic Club
“www.love” by Peter Walmesley of Windlesham and Camberley
“The Berlin Wall” by Mike Reed CPAGB of Windlesham and Camberley
The Audience Vote went to “www.love” by Peter Walmesley.
Woking Photographic Society held its annual Audio Visual competition for the Keith Hunt Trophy on 17 October 2023. The judge was John Randall from Andover Photographic Club.
Congratulations to Kathleen Bird for winning the Keith Hunt Trophy for the third time with an AV entitled “Golden Treasury”.
Congratulations also go to John Baker who achieved Highly Commended for “The Fallero Museum”.
Kathleen receiving the trophy from Woking’s Chairman and the judge.
Ludshott Photographic Club
“The Power of Personal Projects” with Glyn Dewis
Via Zoom at 7.30 pm on Monday 12th December 2022
Ludshott Photographic Club is delighted to welcome Glyn Dewis, the highly respected photographer, presenter and author.
Glyn’s talk is about how Personal Projects not only give us focus, keep us excited and in a creative frame of mind, but how they can also define us and develop our own unique, identifiable style.
Glyn will discuss his powerful “39 – 45 Portraits Project” of which he says, “Without doubt this is the best thing I have done in my life.”
For more information about Glyn and the project please follow these links:
About — Glyn Dewis
World War 2 Veterans | The 3945 Portraits Project
- There is a charge for non-members of £5 for the evening.
- The Zoom link will be sent out two days before the meeting.
- The talk will start at 7.30pm and those attending will be admitted from 7.15pm
To reserve your place please book via: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ludshott-photographic-club/t-qjjqpay
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