Results from Cambridge

We have been sent the official results:

Cambridge Results

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EAF Inter-Club Print Competition

The EAF inter-club print competition was Sunday 9th March and we thought the club was putting forward a strong entry this year:

EAF Provisional Print Entries
Member Print Title Score
Andrew Macpherson The Assignation 8
Brollies — All Bar One 9
Sensible Shoes 9
Running Repairs n/a
Brotherhood of the Outcast n/a
Mark Seton Soft Seas 12
Holding it up 10
Time waits for no man n/a
Fiona Fraser-Tompson Yellow Gladiolus Watercolour 9
iA Study in Green 10
Avon Reeds 9
Amanda Barker Smoke 9
London View n/a
Kevin Scott Adult Gannet aggression towards Immature 9
Fulmar n/a
Helmeted Guinea Fowl n/a
Tony Watts Contemporary Form Line and Tone 12
More than just Bronze n/a
Who’d be a horse n/a
Sophia Spurgin Point of Ballance n/a
Fizzy Fruit n/a
David Woods Pulpit, Ely 11
David Cutts Copse 10
Helen Rainbird The Colour Purple 10
Frank Smith Drum Horse 10

n/a means the print was held for the decider round which we did not reach

Overall we came 20/24 participating clubs

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PAGB successes

Ely Cathedral

Ely Cathedral

We’ve just had notification that the EAF (of which we’re part) came second in the colour prints category at the PAGB 2013 ANNUAL INTER – FEDERATION PRINT COMPETITION / EXHIBITION, and that club member Andrew Macpherson‘s print of Ely Cathedral has been accepted for the Exhibition.

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Club success at EAF Exhibition

As was mentioned in the Herts and Essex Observer we had 4 photos accepted for the EAF exhibition at the Gibberd Gallery in Harlow 2 DPI and 2 prints.

As I was on the club trip to Hereford on Saturday when the Exhibition opened I sallied forth on Tuesday to see what we had been up against. The selection was certainly well worth a look, as was the general impression of what sort of work is going through at this level.

It was largely a Photoshop Exhibition, with lots of very obvious “Oil Paint” filter (CS6 pixel-bender add-on from Adobe Labs), compositing and Topaz Adjust going in to achieve the final results. There was also much less of the extreme grunge from 2-3 years ago, and of course a celebration of last year’s “Summer of Sport.” As is usual for the EAF there were also plenty of Natural History shots, which are of course not retouched

It will take you slightly more than one hour to go round and also look at the slideshow, so go for the 3 hour £1 parking and take your time.

Club Successes at the EAF Exhibition

A bevy of results from the past few days

Some new competition results


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