You Be The Judge
Have you ever thought, “I wouldn’t have given that image that score?”. On Monday, Nov. 9, you get the chance to be in the hot seat and be the judge.
We will be using the judging kits provided by CAPA, which contain high, medium and low scoring images from recent CAPA Fine Art and Creative competitions. You will get a chance to score the images and compare your scores with the scores of the CAPA trained judges. We will also hear the feedback that the judges provided on how the images could be improved.
Please remember to download the category scorecards and material before the meeting so that you can follow along.
The Photo Guild held 3 competitions, last season, that were called Guild / PSA. From these three competitions we sent 6 digital images and 4 Prints to the various categories. As a result of the three competitions I sent out news about our club standings a month or so ago. Now it is time to show you the individual awards received from those competitions.
For those of you who made it to the Webex meeting, this is ‘old news’, but for those of you who weren’t able to join us, I thought you would be glad to know how well our ‘CLUB ENTRIES’ do on the international scene. I want to ask you to join me in congratulating the CLUB first and the individual members second !
CONGRATULATIONS PGNS and CONGRATULATIONS to each and every participant, and of course to the recipients of these awards for 2019-20.
PGNS PSA Club Rep
York Redoubt National Historic Site
300 Ferguson Cove, Halifax, NS
Military fortification and defense bunkers
Low tide at 10:02 a.m.
High tide at 3:04 p.m.
We will meet at Tim Horton’s parking lot, West End Mall on Mumford Rd. Halifax, at 8:00 a.m.
Release Form to be signed by each individual, as required … bring your own -or I will have some copies with us.
Please note: For those who wish to meet at the Redoubt – Please be at the Redoubt parking lot (there is plenty of parking there) no later than 8:45 a.m. as we shall all walk from there down to the bunkers and the water front rocks via a specific trail. LOW TIDE is at 10:02 a.m. and we wish to be in place to take advantage of the exposed shoreline.
Dress accordingly for the weather – temperature should be about 14 °C. Proper hiking boots should be worn or as you wish. Rocks may be slippery, especially at low tide.
Please bring your own lunch and water.
Lots to photograph in the abandoned bunkers… Graffiti is spectacular and makes for Abstract Art. After lunch and a bit of rising tide we shall then cross over to Purcell Cove Rd. to photograph huckleberries and burned tree stumps and woodlands, which should stunning at this time.
Stephen and I look forward to seeing you.