An Archive of Championships Results

PDI Championship 2017 Results

Congratulations to all the winners and participants at the 2017 SxPF PDI Championship

Club Results

  • Winners Development – Storrington Camera Club: 301 points
  • Winners Open – Eastbourne Photographic Society: 300 points
  • Overall Winners – Steyning Camera Club: 593 points

SxPF PDI 2017 Final Scores and Placings*

*Club results were revised from those issued on the day following one rules infringement.

Individual Winners – Development

Gold: “Warbler” – Joe Startup;  Middleton Camera Club

Silver: “Vestrahorn Stokkness Iceland” – Alison Willows; Mid-Sussex Camera Club

Jeff Lawrence Bronze Award: “How Do I look” – Bernie Evans; Bognor Regis Camera Club

Ray Bridges Bronze Award: “Man in a Red Hat” – David Seddon; Storrington Camera Club

Chris Palmer Bronze Award: “Floating in the Tide” – Helenka Boden; Chichester Camera Club

Individual Winners – Open

Gold: “Endearment” – Peter Bettley; Eastbourne Photographic Society

Silver: “Crossing the Crater” – Graham Russell; Crawley Camera Club

Jeff Lawerence Bronze Award: “Rose” – Debbie Lias; Uckfield Camera Club

Ray Bridges Bronze Award: “Eastern Skunk Anemone Fish” – Wendy Eve; Littlehampton Camera Club

Chris Palmer Bronze Award: “Amber” – Paul Williams; Chichester Camera Club

Portman Cup – Best Image

“Endearment” – Peter Bettley; Eastbourne Photographic Society

A Selection of Award-winning Images

Warbler by Joe Startup

Warbler by Joe Startup

How do I Look by Bernie Evans

How do I Look by Bernie Evans

Vestrahorn Stokksnes Iceland by Alison Willows

Vestrahorn Stokksnes Iceland by Alison Willows

Man in a Red Hat by David Sedden

Man in a Red Hat by David Sedden

Floating in the Tide by Helenka Boden

Floating in the Tide by Helenka Boden

SxPF PDI Championship 2016 Results

Congratulations to all the participants and clubs in a successful PDI Championships at Burgess Hill on 12th November.

Hailsham Photographic Society ran out overall winners with 1st place in the Open section and 4th in Development, which was headed up by Battle Photographic Club.

See full results from the links below – downloadable PDF will be available shortly.

Many thanks to all our organising team, to our partner club Battle, and to our three assessors: Micki Aston, Jim Pascoe and Rosemary Wilman, who provided an entertaining, informative and diverse commentary on the club images. Especially, thanks to all participating clubs and photographers for a wonderful selection of images.

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Open Summary

Open Scores

Development Summary

Development Scores

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Assessors, SxPF PDI 2016

Rosemary Wilman, Jim Pascoe, Micki Aston

SxPF Championship 2016 Results

Congratulations to all participants in the 2016 SxPF Print Championship.

The 2016 winning club overall is Uckfield Photographic Society, whose strong showing in both classes overhauled Open Class winners Eastbourne PS and Development Class winners Bognor Regis CC.

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Full Results

SxPF Print Championship 2016- Open Results

SxPF Print Championship 2016- Open Results Club

SxPF Print Championship 2016- Development Results

SxPF Print Championship 2016- Development Results Club

Overall Total

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Over 140 people attended the event, which was superbly ushered by our partner club Worthing CC, to whom our sincere thanks.

We also need to thank our appraisers, David Eastley LRPS, Rachael Talibart LRPS and Richard Walton FRPS, MPAGB, EFIAP. We give our appraisers a challenging day by asking them to select from a high-quality exhibition and then to speak to an audience of 100 plus people. It is important to SxPF to present appraisers who are great speakers as well as discerning selectors, and our guests this year were all excellent in their roles.

More pictures and winning images will be available soon.

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Finally, we’d like to reiterate our apologies to all, especially the clubs affected, for the results error that led to the Open class winning club being incorrectly announced. See previous post here.

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SxPF Print Championships Results – Apology

We would like to express our apologies to everyone who attended the SxPF Print Championship on Saturday 9th April.

There was an error in the scores which affected the result of the winning club in the Open class. After the corrections the trophy goes to Eastbourne by one point. Tied second are Worthing camera club and Seaford.

We have apologised directly to both clubs affected for any confusion and disappointment that it may have caused.

Full results to follow.

SxPF PDI Championship 2016 Results

Congratulations to Chichester Camera Club as overall winners of the SxPF PDI Championship, held on 24th October 2015.

A win in the Development class coupled with a strong performance in Open gave Chichester 195 points, pipping Hailsham Photographic Society into runners up spot by two. Consistent third places in both sections saw Mid Sussex Camera Club finish third overall.

Open winners Seaford Photographic Society climbed to fifth overall with their win by seven points over Eastbourne Photographic Society and Mid Sussex Camera Club.

SxPF would like to thank our three judges, Barbie and Russell Lindsay from EAF and Tony Oliver, President of SCPF, for their stirling work on the day.

All the work by our volunteers and partner club Ore & St. Helens in organising a successful day is especially appreciated.

Full Results (PDF)

 

 

SxPF Print Championships Results 2015

The Sussex Print Championship in 2015 was won by Eastbourne Photographic Society who took both Open and Development classes.

Like its PDI equivalent in December 2014 this was a landmark competition, opening up an unprecedented opportunity for “development” photographers – those without Distinctions and in the beginner or intermediate sections at their clubs – to be represented at a county-wide inter-club event.

18 clubs took part from across the county, featuring 288 images across the two classes. Our judges were:

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  • Marie-Ange Bouchard ARPS 
  • Caroline Mockett ARPS 
  • Chris Palmer FRPS EFIAP DPAGB APAGB

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Congratulations to all the participating clubs and photographers for making this such a great event. Thank you also to everyone who helped with the organisation prior to and on the day, especially from our Partner Club Littlehampton CC; we could not have done it alone.

We have ambitions to make this even better, so we will be seeking feedback from clubs and we still require more volunteers for the committee in order to secure 100% participation from Sussex clubs next year.

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Combined Club Results

Club Open Dev Total
1 Eastbourne PS 408 405 813
2 Bognor Regis CC 405 403 808
3 Battle PS 405 387 773

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Individual Awards

Best Image in Competition

Anna’s Bedroom – Richard Tickner, Battle PS

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Development Gold Medal

Entrance by Pauline Taylor, Battle PS

Silver Medal

Lion by Philip Harris, Eastbourne PS

Bronze Medals

Budding Stage Of An Amaryliss Belladonnai by Kathy Kiley, Battle PS
– chosen by Marie-Ange Bouchard

Sky High Ride by Jeff Coleman, Bognor Regis CC
– chosen by Caroline Mockett

Mill Stream Gate & Bridge, Robertsbridge by Colin Penfold, Seven Sisters CC
– chosen by Chris Palmer

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Open Gold Medal

Anna’s Bedroom – Richard Tickner, Battle PS

Silver Medal

Small Flock of Dalmation Pelicans by David Howse, Battle PS

Class Bronze Medals

Arctic Fox by Michael Windle ARPS DPAGB
– chosen by Marie-Ange Bouchard

Black and Gold by Tim King, Seaford PS
– chosen by Caroline Mockett

An Evening Walk by Judith Stewart, Uckfield PS
– chosen by Chris Palmer

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Overall Winner – Eastbourne Photographic Society

Open Class

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Winning Images

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Results

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Sussex PDI Championship Results 2014

Guest of Honour Jean Holmwood with club award winners and our judges, Caroline Colegate, Paul Adams and Glyn Bareham

Guest of Honour Jean Holmwood with club award winners and our judges, Caroline Colegate, Paul Adams and Glyn Bareham

The first “new style” Sussex PDI Championship was won by Steyning Camera Club. Mid Sussex Camera Club and East Grinstead Camera Club won the Development and Open classes respectively.

This was a landmark competition, opening up an unprecedented opportunity for “development” photographers – those without Distinctions and in the beginner or intermediate sections at their clubs – to be represented at a county-wide inter-club event.

And this expansion was wholly justified: 19 clubs took part from across the county, featuring 152 images in each of the two classes. The Development class showed some striking images, many of which would certainly have held their own in the Open section.

Our judges were:

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  • Paul Adams ARPS DPAGB FDPS from Bexleyheath PS in the KCPA
  • Glyn Bareham LRPS CPAGB from Invicta CC (Maidstone) in the KCPA
  • Caroline Colegate ARPS from Bracknell CC in the SCPF

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Congratulations to all the participating clubs and photographers for making this such a great event. Thank you also to everyone who helped with the organisation prior to and on the day; we could not have done it alone.

We have ambitions to make this even better, so we will be seeking feedback from clubs and we still require more volunteers for the committee in order to secure 100% participation from Sussex clubs next year.

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Combined Club Results

Club Open Dev Total
1 Steyning Camera Club 95 90 185
2 Eastbourne PS 89 90 179
3 East Grinstead Camera Club 96 81 177

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Open Result

Club Total
1 East Grinstead Camera Club 96
2 Steyning Camera Club 95
3 Eastbourne Photographic Society 89
Unfortunately East Grinstead CC were not represented to be able to collect their award.

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Development Result

Club Total
1 Mid Sussex Camera Club 91
2= Steyning Camera Club 90
2= Eastbourne Photographic Society 90
2= Chichester Camera Club 90

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Individual Awards

Best Image in Competition

I’m Watching You – Stephen Tattersall, Chichester CC

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Development Gold Medal

I’m Watching You by Stephen Tattersall

Silver Medal

Primary Elements by Mike Westgarth, Horsham

Bronze Medals

Metal Bubble by Jan Arnold, Southwick
– chosen by Paul Adams

The Artist Observed by Sara Proctor, Steyning
– chosen by Caroline Colegate

Afternoon Siesta by Lindsay Shipp, Battle
– chosen by Glyn Bareham

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Open Gold Medal

Black Beauty by Gillian Lloyd, East Grinstead

Silver Medal

Amish Transport by Jack Taylor, Eastbourne

Class Bronze Medals

The Red Coat –The Life Saver  by Sue Lambert Steyning
– chosen by Caroline Colegate

Osprey Through the Mist by David Howse, Battle
– chosen by Paul Adams

Peacock Tree Frog by Gillian Lloyd, East Grinstead
– chosen by Glyn Bareham

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Overall Winner – Steyning Camera Club

Open Class

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Open Winner – East Grinstead Camera Club

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Development Winner – Mid Sussex Camera Club

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Results

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SxPF Print Competition 2014

Congratulations to Rye and District Camera Club who won the 2014 print competition, judged at Burgess Hill by Chris Neill-Griffin from the Southern Counties Photographic Federation.

Many thanks are due to Chris and to Seaford Photographic Society and the SxPF committee for a smooth first event in our new venue.