This week Musselburgh Camera Club hosted the first of a new series of 3-way competitions with Beeslack Penicuik Camera Club and Haddington Camera Club. I was disappointed to miss this competition myself, due to a late night at work. I would like to (belatedly) welcome Beeslack and Haddington to Musselburgh and hope they enjoyed the homemade cakes that we usually lay on for such occasions.
The competition was judged by Doug Bernt from Edinburgh Photographic Society. I heard that Doug picked up on every detail that he thought would improve the images submitted. Each club submitted 5 prints and 10 digital images each, and the competition was split into 3 stages: 15 prints followed by the first 15 digital images, then the remaining 15 digital images. Musselburgh Camera Club submitted the best print (Taj Mahal “Before The Crowds”), but Haddington Camera Club submitted the best digital image (The Green Dress). The final scores were as follows:
The top Musselburgh images were:
- Taj Mahal “Before The Crowds” (print) – 20 points
- Tanahun Priest (print) – 19 points
- Loch Ard Boat (DPI) – 19 points
- Pelican Reflection (DPI) – 19 points
- Razorbill (DPI)
- Magnificent Hummingbird (DPI) – 18 points
Thank you to Doub Bernt and well done to Musselburgh Camera Club for another decisive win!