Images from the LPS 2020-21 Season 5th Monthly Competition
Letter extract from the President of LPS:
During the 2020-2021 season the Society, like most other camera clubs, has had to change the way we do things.
Due to our normal meeting place being closed we moved all our meetings to online Zoom meetings.
Understandably some members chose not to join as Zoom was “not their thing”.
Our next season is due to start on 1st September 2021 and hopefully we will be back at the RAFA Club,
although at present we do not know under what restrictions, and we hope most of our members from last season will rejoin.
It would be very helpful if we could get some idea of who will be joining next season and I would ask all those who are thinking to renew their membership to let either Martin or Paul know so we can get an idea of what our income will be to enable us to plan for lecturers to visit.
Internal Competition Secretary
You may remember in a recent letter sent out, two members of the Committee have taken
the decision to stand down from their positions, our Treasurer and Internal Competition Secretary.
Whilst the Treasurer post has now been filled the post of Internal Competition Secretary is still vacant. This simply means we cannot hold internal
competitions at the present moment. Please consider volunteering to support Leyland Photographic Society and filling the post.
Anyone who offers to fill this vacancy would not be left to struggle with the job, Ruth will support you and she has already booked judges for the 2021-2022 season.
If you would like to help please email Paul. Thank you
2021 L&CPU Club Competition
On Saturday 20th March 2021 the L&CPU Club competition was judged on Zoom.
Leyland PS came 10th out of 41 clubs in the DPI section and 22nd in the Nature section.
March 2021 – 3 way PDI battle
Preston vs Chorley vs Leyland
Preston PS held a 3 way “battle” with 2 local photographic societies on the night of the 4th March 2021.
This year there were no prints as the images were restricted to PDIs only and the competition was held using Zoom conferencing.
1st Preston : 381
2nd Leyland : 376
3rd Chorley : 364
Congratulations to Preston on their win and thanks to all 3 clubs for their entries as the resulting evening showed a very high standard of work.
The next “battle” will be held, hopefully in person, at Chorley on Monday March 14th 2022.
Attached is a letter from Martin, our Club President, with an update on plans for the Club: the programme for the rest of this season (which will end on 12th May) and hopes for next season starting in September. Thank you for your patience and continued support through this difficult past 12 months. We hope there will be a return to something more like normal next season
Click link below:
2020-21 Season and Monthly Competitions (1 – 5 are via Zoom)
The latest details of our 2020 September to December programme are now on our Programme Page.
The monthly competitions for the 2020-21 season will open on our first meeting date of Wednesday 9th September 2020. Entries are to be submitted using the Online entry system as normal. Click the “Online Entry” link at the top of this page to access the competition entry system.
For the Zoom competitions there are no Print entries just PDI entries.
Entries are limited to 4 per member in the Open PDI competition and 2 per member in the Theme Competition. The usual image size rules apply.
Themes for the 2020-2021 Season are as follows:
Monthly Competiton 1: Trees/Forests
Monthly Competiton 2: Food
Monthly Competiton 3: Sunset
Monthly Competiton 4: Monochrome
Monthly Competiton 5: Flowers
L&CPU Knockout 2020
The L&CPU knockout competition took place on Saturday 21st November with an online competiton judged live.
The competition used a judging system based on how many rounds an image survived, and all clubs were limited to 4 entries.
Attached are the images which were used by Leyland PS for the competition.
The Barge Captain [Peter King] and Chasing Shadows [Chris Ellison] were knocked out in round one and gained one point each. Twisleton Scar [Rob Hume] went out in round four and gained four points. White Cosmos [Sandra Eastham] went through to round six and gained six points.
The top image from Chorley gained seven points. Our total points awarded were twelve and this gained us 7th place out of 41 clubs.
Many thanks to all the participants and a good result too for the club.
For more details please view the full details on the L&CPU or Focal Points website (Opens in a new Tab):
L&CPU Web Page
2020 Leyland Invitation Photographic Exhibition
Due to the on going Covid19 situation and the uncertainty about when photographic clubs and societies will be able to have face to face meetings,
Leyland PS has had to take the decision not to run the Leyland Invitation Photographic Exhibition this year.
We would like to thank you for your support in the past and hope that we will see you again next year.
Leyland PS External Competition Secretary.
2020 LPS Annual Exhibition Images
Images from this year’s Leyland Photographic Society Annual Exhibition Competition are now online and can bee seen iby clicking the following link
Leyland Photographic Society next meeting
A Letter from LPS President President: Martin Sumner email@example.com
To all Members
2020 L&CPU Annual Club Competition
Leyland came 8th equal out of 37 clubs. We were 11th in the Open section and 10th in the Nature section.
The individual scores of the 2020 L&CPU Annual Club Competition are now available on the club website in the members section.
Please navigate to the documents section of the members area or click the Documents link to view the PDF
We are looking for images for the members gallery.
Members may submit up to 12 images which should be JPEG in in sRGB colour space. If you have submitted images to the Competition Secretary which are 1600 wide these will be fine.
Let Rob Hume have any images you would like to be uploaded.