DPS Memorial Summer School Preview 17th August

Bullet Time Photography with New World Designs:

From Angy Ellis

So … it’s almost time for the Bullet Rig Boys – isn’t it so exciting?

This is something completely different, a specialist side of photography that you may never get the chance to see again. Movies such as the Matrix, Zoolander 2, and the Oscars use it for the fashion 360 glam cam, and many advertisements you may have seen but wondered how it’s done.

The night will be a show & tell, and there will also be a unique opportunity to get involved.

It took me a lot of effort to get these guys so please support & make it worth their while by attending … bring a friend!

No cameras needed – just your eyes, ears and enthusiasm

Angy

Explore the New World Designs website to find out more – prepare to be astounded! After which you will not want to miss this very special DPS Memorial Summer School experience for sure!

Founded in 1998 and based in the North East of the UK, New World Designs is a creative agency focused on immersive media. We were an early pioneer of commercial bullet time photography in the UK, where “Matrix style” scenes separate time and movement to deliver truly unique visuals. Since then, we’ve developed the expertise, equipment and bespoke systems to become a global leader in the industry”

http://www.newworlddesigns.co.uk/

Iris Trophy 2017 Results

5 or 6 PDI (Projected Digital Images) on a theme

Judge: Alan McCormick ARPS

First – Physical Graffitti by Steven Bell CPAGB

Physical Graffiti 1. Stephen Bell CPAGB. 1st, Iris Trophy 1  Physical Graffiti 2. Stephen Bell CPAGB. 1st, Iris TrophyPhysical Graffiti 3. Stephen Bell CPAGB. 1st, Iris TrophyPhysical Graffiti 4. Stephen Bell CPAGB. 1st, Iris TrophyPhysical Graffiti 5. Stephen Bell CPAGB. 1st, Iris Trophy Physical Graffiti 6. Stephen Bell CPAGB. 1st, Iris Trophy

Second – Soul by George Hodgson

Soul 1. George Hodgson. 2nd, Iris TrophySoul 2. George Hodgson. 2nd, Iris TrophySoul 3. George Hodgson. 2nd, Iris TrophySoul 4. George Hodgson. 2nd, Iris TrophySoul 5. George Hodgson. 2nd, Iris Trophy

Third – The Thrill & the Agony by Dirty Girls by Angy Ellis

The Thrill and the Agony of Dirty Girls 1. Angy Ellis. 3rd, Iris TrophyThe Thrill and the Agony of Dirty Girls 2. Angy Ellis. 3rd, Iris TrophyThe Thrill and the Agony of Dirty Girls 3. Angy Ellis. 3rd, Iris TrophyThe Thrill and the Agony of Dirty Girls 4. Angy Ellis. 3rd, Iris TrophyThe Thrill and the Agony of Dirty Girls 5. Angy Ellis. 3rd, Iris Trophy

Highly Commended – UK Bird Life by Walter Bulmer LRPS

UK Bird Life 1. Courting Gannets. Walter Bulmer LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy UK Bird Life 2. Buzzard with Kill.  Walter Bulmer LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy  UK Bird Life 3. Grey Heron. Walter Bulmer LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy UK Bird Life 4. Kingfisher with Catch. Walter Bulmer LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy UK Bird Life 5. Red Kite on the Wing. Walter Bulmer LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy UK Bird Life 6. Goldfinch. Walter Bulmer LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy

Highly Commended – Musical Encounters by David Trout LRPS

Musical Encounters 1. David Trout LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy  Musical Encounters 2. David Trout LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy  Musical Encounters 3. David Trout LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy  Musical Encounters 4. David Trout LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy   Musical Encounters 5. David Trout LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy  Musical Encounters 6. David Trout LRPS. HC, Iris Trophy

Highly Commended – Homeless by Ivor Miller

Homeless 1. Ivor Miller. HC, Iris TrophyHomeless 2. Ivor Miller. HC, Iris TrophyHomeless 3. Ivor Miller. HC, Iris TrophyHomeless 4. Ivor Miller. HC, Iris TrophyHomeless 5. Ivor Miller. HC, Iris Trophy

Daisy Edis Trophy 2017 Competition Results

Judge: Keith Suddaby FRPS FRPS(AV) MPAGB EFIAP FBPE

Set Subject: Natural History

First – Mountain Hare (Lepus Timidus) by Michael Watson

Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus). Michael Watson. 1st, Daisy Edis Trophy

Second – Great Egret Feeding by John Wise

Great Egret Feeding. John Wise. 2nd, Daisy Edis Trophy

Third – Red Kite by Walter Bulmer LRPS

Red Kite. Walter Bulmer. 3rd, Daisy Edis Trophy

Highly Commended – Portrait of a Grey Seal Pup by Michael Watson

 Portrait of a Grey Seal Pup. Michael Watson. HC, Daisy Edis Trophy

Highly Commended –Fighting Chital Deer by Neil Maughan ARPS EFIAP/s

MPAGB

Fighting Chital Deer. Neil Maughan ARPS EFIAPs MPAGB. HC, Daisy Edis Trophy

Highly Commended –Kittiwakes by Neil Maughan ARPS EFIAP/s

MPAGB

Kittiwakes. Neil Maughan ARPS EFIAPs MPAGB. HC, Daisy Edis Trophy

Highly Commended – Roseate Spoonbill (Platalea Ajaja) by Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP

Roseate Spoonbill (Platalea Ajaja). Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP. HC, Daisy Edis Trophy

Highly Commended –Snowy Egret (Egretta Thula) by Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP

Snowy Egret (Ardea Alba) . Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP. HC, Daisy Edis Trophy

Sterling Award (PDI) 2017 Competition Results

Judge: Keith Suddaby FRPS FRPS(AV) MPAGB EFIAP FBPE

Set Subject: After Dark

First – Lost by John Attle

Lost. John Attle. 1st, Sterling Award (PDI)

Second – Night Lights by Dave Murrell

Night Lights. Dave Murrell. 2nd, Sterling Award (PDI)

Third – Marsden by Moonlight by Alan Clarke

Marsden By Moonlight.Alan Clarke 3rd, Sterling Award (PDI)

Highly Commended –Comes the Dawn by Alan Sharp

Comes the Dawn. Alan Sharp. HC, Sterling Award (PDI)

Highly Commended –Cometh the Light by Alan Sharp

Cometh the Light. Alan Sharp. HC, Sterling Award (PDI)

Highly Commended – Night on the Tyne by Barry Armitage

Night on the Tyne. Barry Armitage. HC, Sterling Award (PDI)

Highly Commended –Sage Reflection by George Hodgson

Sage reflection. George Hodgson. HC, Sterling Award (PDI)

Highly Commended – Thailand by Ivor Miller

Thailand. Ivor Miller. HC, Sterling Award (PDI)

Highly Commended – Crooked Meeting after Dark. Walter Bulmer.

Crooked Meeting after Dark. Walter Bulmer. HC, Sterling Award (PDI)

2nd Progress Print Section A Results

Judge: David Boath

First – Wild Red Deer (Cervus Elaphus) in Snow by Michael Watson

Wild Red Deer (Cervus Elaphus} in Snow. Michael Watson. 1st, 2nd Progress Prints

Second – Embankment Exit by Alison Coatsworth AFIAP

Embankment Exit 41. Alison Coatsworth. 2nd, 2nd Progress Prints

Third – I’m Bored by John Carter

I'm Bored. John Carter. 3rd, 2nd Progress Prints

Fourth – Private Fishing by Walter Bulmer LRPS

Private Fishing. Walter Bulmer. 4th, 2nd Progress Prints

Fifth – Submerged Pain is Silent by Angy Ellis

Submerged Pain is Silent. Angy Ellis. 5th, 2nd Progress Prints

Highly Commended – A Bad Day by Don Bennett DPAGB

A Bad Day'. Don Bennett. HC, 2nd Progress Prints

Highly Commended – Storm Clouds over Teessport by Alan Sharp

Stormclouds over Teesport. Alan Sharp. HC, 2nd Progress Prints

Highly Commended – They Call them the Good Old Days by Angy Ellis

They call them the Good Old Days. HC, 2nd Progress Prints

Highly Commended – Bite is Worse than the Bark by Darren Pratt

Bite is Worse than the Bark. Darren Pratt. HC, 2nd Progress Prints A

Progress Stage winners listing has been updated here

Progress Points to date pdfs are here

2nd Progress PDI Section A Results

Judge: Lynda Golightly

First – They call them the Good Old Days by Angy Ellis

They call them the good old days. Angy Ellis. 1st, 2nd Progress A PDI

Second – Betty. Ivor Miller. 2nd, 2nd Progress PDI

Betty. Ivor Miller. 2nd, 2nd Progress PDI

Third – Derwent Dusk by Mark Middleton

Derwent Dusk. Mark Middleton. 3rd, 2nd Progress A PDI

Fourth – A Walk with Dad by Julian Ratcliff

A Walk with Dad. Julian Ratcliff. 4th, 2nd Progress A PDI

Fifth – Number 79 by Mark Middleton

Number 79. Mark Middleton 5th, 2nd Progress A PDI

Highly Commended – Red Kite on the Hunt by Walter Bulmer

Red Kite on the Hunt. Walter Bulmer. HC, 2nd Progress A PDI

Highly Commended – Ushaw College by George Hodgson

 Ushaw College. George Hodgson. HC, 2nd Progress A PDI

Highly Commended – Power Source Old and New by Julian Harrop

Power Source Old and New. Julian Harrop. HC, 2nd Progress A PDI

Highly Commended – Welcome to the Academy by John Attle

Welcome to the Academy. John Attle. HC, 2nd Progress PDI

Updated Points Tables to follow soon here

2nd Progress PDI Section B Results

Judge: John Attle

First – You Looking at me by Alyson McMahon

You looking at me. Alyson McMahon. 1st, 2nd Progress B PDI

Second – Fishing Harbour by Bob Johnson

Fishing Harbour. 2nd, 2nd Progress B PDI

Third – Sweet Smile by Gail Elliott

Sweet Smile. Gail Elliott. 3rd, 2nd Progress B PDI

Fourth – Two’s Company by Bob Johnson

Two's Company. Bob Johnson. 4th , 2nd Progress B PDI

Fifth – Catch of the Day by David Gallaghan

Catch of the Day. David Gallaghan. 5th, 2nd Progress B PDI

Highly Commended – Talking to Mummy by Helen Rigby

 Talking to Mummy. Helen Rigby. HC, 2nd Progress B PDI

Highly Commended – Sunrays at Drigg by Helen Rigby

Sunrays at Drigg. Helen Rigby. HC, 2nd Progress B PDI

Highly Commended – The Big Owl by Andrew Bowron

The Big Owl. HC, 2nd Progress B PDI

Updated Points Tables to follow soon here

Lambert Hedley Cup 2017 Competition Results

Judge Martin Vickery

Lambert Hedley Cup (Portraits)

First – Ready to Sail by Alan Sharp

1st Lambert Hedley Cup. Ready to Sail. Alan Sharp

Second – Little Tommie – by Angy Ellis

2nd Lambert Hedley Cup. Little Tommie. Angy Ellis

Third – Enjoying the Papers by Neil Maugham ARPS EFIAP/s MPAGB

3rd Lambert Hedley Cup. Enjoying The Papers. Neil Maughan ARPS EFIAPs MPAGB

Highly Commended – Deep in Thought by John Carter

Highly Commended – The Rainbow Song by Ian Peele

HC Lambert Hedley Cup. Rainbow Song. Ian Peele.

Highly Commended – Winter’s Young Daydreamer by Dale Wesley Hill

HC Lambert Hedley Cup. Winter's Young Daydreamer. Dale Wesley Hill

Highly Commended – Rainy Days by Vicki Geldard

HC Lambert Hedley Cup. Rainy Days. Vicki Geldard

Highly Commended – In the Pink by Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP

HC Lambert Hedley Cup. In the Pink. Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP

Highly Commended – Dreaming by Alan Sharp

HC Lambert Hedley Cup. Dreaming. Alan Sharp

More about competitions, including all Trophy & Progress Stage Winners to date, is in Competitions, Archives and History (click on taps at the top of the page)

 

Des Kelly Trophy 2017 Competition Results

Judge: Martin Vickerman

Des Kelly Trophy (Landscapes within NCPF Region)

First – Grasmere by George Hodgson

1st Des Kelly Trophy. Grasmere. George Hodgson

Second – Weardale Landscape by Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP

2nd Des Kelly Trophy. Weardale Landscape. Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP

Third – Heighington Copse by Stephen Holmes

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Highly Commended – Winter in Weardale by Michael Watson

HC Des Kelly Trophy. Winter in Weardale. Michael Watson

Highly Commended – Groverake Mine by Mark Petherbridge

HC Des Kelly Trophy. Grove Rake Mine. Mark Petherbridge

Highly Commended –Saltburn Pier by Ian Peele

HC Des Kelly Trophy. Saltburn Pier. Ian Peele

Highly Commended –A Misty Autumn Morning by Barry Armitage

HC Des Kelly Trophy. A Misty Autumn Morning. Barry Armitage

Highly Commended –Stanhope Countryside by Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB AFIAP

HC Des Kelly Trophy. Stanhope Countryside. Tony Mearman LRPS CPAGB ARPS

Highly Commended –Snowstorm on Pen Y Ghent by Michael Watson

HC Des Kelly Trophy. Snow Storm on Pen Y Ghent. Michael Watson