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2022-23 Print League

2022-23 Print League Results by Round

Print League Table for 2022-23

Winning and Held Back Entries By Round

Click on any pane to see the winning and held back images in that class

A=Advanced, B=Beginners, G=Gold, I=Intermediate

See also the Internal Competition Image Archive

Entry instructions short version – for long version see Print Submission Instructions

By the end of the Friday before the competition

  • Decide which image you are going to enter
  • Upload it via PhotoEntry

Then

  • Make sure your print is prepared, mounted and labelled
  • Bring it along on Competition night

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Location: The Arc


Judge: Carl Reeve LMPA DipPP

About Carl Reeve

Carl Reeve
image copyright Onsite Photos
reproduced by permission

Carl Reeve is a member of Locksheath and Sarisbury Camera Club.

He joined the SCPF panel of judges in December 2018 and was upgraded to a Level 2 judge in September 2019.

In 2012 he achieved his Licentiate of the Master Photographers’ Association in Portrait Photography.

Carl runs his own business, Onsite Photos, covering Wedding, Event, Portrait and Model & Fashion photography.

For more information see:

Last updated 10 August 2022

Location: The Arc

We are grateful to Roger Creber for standing in when the originally scheduled judge, Giles Barkley, was unable to attend.


Judge: Roger Creber ARPS EFIAP DPAGB

About Roger Creber

Roger is an award-winning professional freelance photographer with a portfolio of over 100,000 travel and landscape images from the UK and many overseas locations.

The New Forest national Park website tells us that

Roger is a professional photographer and has been based in the New Forest since 2008. He has developed a passion for making landscape images of the area and specialises in tree and woodland subjects using traditional and creative techniques.

Roger held a successful photographic exhibition in May 2013 at Hanger Farm Arts Centre in Totton. He was one of the tutors for Twin Oaks Photographic Workshops teaching clients how to improve their forest and coastal photography. His photographic greetings and Christmas cards are on sale at village stores throughout the New Forest area and at Furzey Gardens near Minstead.

Roger has been an active member of Southampton Camera Club for many years and President from 2017-202. He is also a member of Molesey Photographic Club in the Surrey Photographic Association.

Roger has been judging for the SCPF since February 2020 and is now a level 2 Judge.

He also gives lectures, particularly on the New Forest through the seasons.

See also

image copyright Roger Creber Photography

Last updated 7 November 2022

Location: The Arc


Judge: Ken Scott ARPS MBPsS

Ken Scott

Ken Scott – Photographer, Coach, Speaker, Adventurer
Photo credit – Yvette Gorman Photography

Ken is a long-standing member of Steyning Camera Club and a PAGB judge. He leads the Judging Advisory Team for the SCPF where he devised a new programme for training and mentoring judges.

He is a popular workshop leader and has been running his own workshops in France and Spain for a number of years.

He has visited WPS as a judge (2014/15 Print Round 5) and as a speaker (Walking the Coast of Britain in 2017, and The Joy of Seeing in January 2022).

He became well-known though his talk “Touching the Light” about mountain photography which he describes as his headline presentation and which has been his photographic brand since 1998.

Ken about himself

In his LikedIn profile, Ken describes himself as

a freelance training and development professional with business teams and individuals, specialising in Leadership and skills development programmes, and in creative retreats.

In my work I coach the things I love doing and that I know about: business and personal skills, sports, and photography as an art and as an expressive personal development outlet.

Links

Last updated 10 August 2022

Location: The Arc


Judge: Chris Dixon ARPS

About Chris Dixon

Chris Dixon took up photography after retiring in 2010.

He got so involved with his new hobby that he decided it should be self-funding and set up Chris Dixon Photography.

Chris joined Horndean Camera Club in in 2015 and is now (2022) its chairman.

The club claims to have found the right balance between a high standard of photography and a relaxed approach. The Horndean website says

“We take our photography seriously, without taking ourselves seriously at the same time”.

Chris gained his LRPS in November 2015 and his ARPS in May 2017. His qualification as a judge on the SCPF circuit was announced in January 2022.

For more information, see

50th Anniversary logo © Horndean Camera Club

Last updated 10 August 2022

Location: The Arc


Judge: Jason Hyde CPAGB

About Jason Hyde

Jason is the webmaster for Overton Photographic Club and for SCPF.

He qualified as an SCPF judge in December 2018 and was upgraded to a Level 2 judge in February 2020.

His photographic interests include Astrophotography.

Jason is the webmaster for SCPF and for Overton Camera Club

Last updated 10 August 2022

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