On November 10, the society narrowly lost its battle with Isle of Thanet PS by seven points. There were a wide range of subjects on view with 24 prints and 24 projected images. The third competition of prints was judged by Roger Force. The set subject was Record, which required entries to be both particularly sharp and detailed. The winner of the set subject was Di Long with her image depicting a Channel Tunnel Commemorative Medal. Highly Commended Awards were gained by Philip Wells, Barry Amos and George Aldridge. In the open section, the winner was Darren Hollister with his picture entitled Cellist. Highly Commended was awarded to Stuart McKeown.
The meeting on November 26 will be a lecture on Sports Photography by Ady Kerry. New members and guests are always welcome. It meets on Wednesdays during term time at Kent College, The Norfolk Block, Room 3, Whitstable Road, Canterbury CT2 9DS. Contact the chairman John Newell on 07739 849209 or visit the website www.canterburyphotographicsociety.com for information.
Herne Bay Gazette, November 20th 2014