York Photographic Society

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This is the website of York Photographic Society, York's longest established photography club and indeed one of Britain's earliest photographic societies. New members are always welcome to this thriving, friendly and energetic camera club.

The winning entries from the 2014-15 Digital Projected Image Competition which was judged by John Saunders of York Camera Club can be seen below along with a grid of the Highly Commended and Commended entries.

Congratulations go to Lewis Outing for his winning shot and to all those who were placed or got a Highly Commended or Commended award. Thanks also to John Saunders for performing such a difficult task so expertly.

Click on an image for an enlarged view. To view a slideshow of the Highly Commended and Commended images, click on an image and then you can either use a mouse click on the image, the white arrows that appear when you hover your mouse or your keyboard's right and left arrows to navigate.

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First Place - "Rugby in the Rain" by Lewis Outing. Click on the image to view on black.

"Rugby in the Rain" :: Image © Lewis Outing :: All Rights Reserved


Second Place - "Lost" by Chris Jones. Click on the image to view on black.

"Lost" :: Image © Chris Jones :: All Rights Reserved


Third Place - "Toward Saltwick Nab" by John Illingworth. Click on the image to view on black.

"Toward Saltwick Nab" :: Image © John Illingworth :: All Rights Reserved


Below are the Highly Commended (top row) and Commended (bottom row) images from the 2014/15 Digital Projected Image Competition. Click on an image to enlarge and view as a slideshow. Hover your mouse pointer over an image during the slideshow to see the title and photographer.

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