Winning Images from round 2 of our DPI Competition
The Sky Above by John Ealing
Temple Observatory by Sarah Davies
Scolding by Paul Wood
The Mayor of Bury Trevor Holt and the mayoress Evelyn joined members of Bury Photographic Society this week to award the winners and to formally announce the photographic 2019 exhibition open. The exhibition at Bury Art Gallery is open to public viewing from Saturday 25th May – 20th July, the exhibition shows a wide range of different photography from wildlife to sports photography.
Every year Bury Photographic Society holds an annual competition is both Prints and Digitally projected images. The images are judge by subject matter, the following images are those that scored the highest award in each category
Club Class Print Winner Kevin Goffey- Mountain Hare
Advanced Class Open Mono Rope – Paul Wood
Advanced Open Colour Faded – Eb Swarbrick
Advanced Open Scapes River Sligachan – James Hargreaves
Advanced Open Sport Fingertip Turn – Martin Henfield
Advanced Open Nature Alert Mountain Hare – Steven Hoyle
Advanced Open PeopleJohn – Steven Hoyle
Club Class DPI Winner Buttermere Sunrise – John ealing
Advanced Class Open Mono Darkness and Light – Sarah Davies
Advanced Open Colour The Maker of Pearl Strings – Mukesh Gupta
Advanced Open Scapes Light and Colour Show at Grand Canyon – Mukesh Gupta
Advanced Open Sport Listening, Not Scared – Richard Watson-Hoy
Advanced Open Nature Mountain Hare, Peak District – Steve Smith
Advanced Open People Tanvi – Mukesh Gupta
Our Annual exhibition was held late 2018 at Bury Art Gallery where the public had the choice to choose their favourite print, the following pictures were voted the most popular.
L&CPU knockout competition: 17th November Poynton Civic Hall Park Lane SK12 1RB 6.30pm
4 Images from each were used in the knockout, the Kingfisher, Hare and the Mill all successfully got through to the 3rd round with the Sidecar making it to the 4th round. After 6 rounds in total, BuryPS came joint 3rd with South Manchester with 15 points which was an improvement on 2017 where we came 4th with 13 points.