Photo by: Dave Jones
Nottingham and Notts Photographic Society
Club Competitions

Laurence Bourne
Challenge Trophy
(Tuesday 8th May 2018)

This new challenge trophy was created in memory of former NNPS member
Laurence (Laurie) Bourne.

There will be a new competition this year on a set PDI subject, where the winner will be awarded this trophy.

The set subject for the 2017 / 2018 season is: ACTION

Please note:
Images that have been used in previous NNPS competitions are eligible
and can be used again in this competition.

Up to 4 images per person can be submitted.

Mobile Phone
(Tuesday 8th May 2018)

This new competition has been included to embrace the world of images taken on a Mobile Phone or Tablet

This competition consist of two classes:

1. Images processed on a mobile phone.

2. Images processed in external software (such as Photoshop or Lightroom).

Images can be submitted in either or both classes up to a total 4 PDI images



Print Entry submissions

Print Entries are entered by submitting a Jpeg image of your print On-line at

The Jpeg image that you submit needs to be the same as if you were submitting a Projected image File for competition.

If you create a folder to put all your Print jpeg copies in, it will make it easier to submit the jpegs with your entry.

By submitting projected image sized jpegs with your entry, you will enable everyone to see a gallery of what prints were entered after the competition.

Also by submitting a projected image sized jpeg of each print with your entry, you will in effect be keeping a visual copy of your print entries.


Projected Image submissions

Images must be as follows

(a) File must be = 8 bit JPEG

(b) Colour Profile = sRGB

(c) Max image width = 1600 pixels

(d) Max image height = 1200 pixels


The Competition Forms, Rules and Results are as .pdf files
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NNPS Competition Results can be viewed
by logging onto the PhotoEntry Website

Competition Winning Images
2017 - 2018 season

Click the appropriate button below, to see the top images
(Buttons only work if there are results to view)

Projected Image
Projected Image
Projected Image

Projected Image Competitions – Digital Files:

These notes should be read in conjunction with the guidance:
CONVERTING IMAGES FOR PROJECTION (See the button at the top of the page)

All Digital Images to be entered On-Line at

Image files should conform to the following requirements:
Images saved in best quality JPEG. with an sRGB Colorspace.

Digital Image Size:
Width: A maximum of 1600 pixels.
Height: A maximum of 1200 pixels.

The Competition Secretary will check that the following conventions are complied with:-

1. Are the images all JPEGs;

2. Check that the size of all images does not exceed 1600 x 1200 pixels or the software will not accept the image.

3. The photographer is a member of NNPS.

• If all these criteria are met then the images are eligible for judging and we wish you success in the competition.

• If the above criteria are not met then the computer software will not project it. You have been warned!!!

* * * Please check before you submit your entries * * *
If anyone has any doubts or concerns, please contact Ian Taylor.

(Judged By Bill Hall)

Internal Competitions Winners 2016 ~ 2017

Trophy Winner
The Derek Doar
Monochrome Trophy

Winner Open Mono Prints
Derek Doar
The HeathcoteTrophy
Winner Open Colour Prints
Dave Jones
The Coronation Cup
Winner Flora & Fauna Prints
Derek Doar
The Dorothy Garner Trophy
Winner Intermediate Prints
Not competed for
The Carlisle Trophy
Winner Open Projected images
Dave Jones
The Wyncoll Trophy
Winner Monochrome Projected images
Vincent Scothern
The Sheppard Trophy
Winner Flora & Fauna Projected images
Dave Jones
The Hammond Challenge Cup
Winner Intermediate Projected images
Stella Newman
Improver Trophy
Most improved Photographer of the Year
Andrzej Bargiela
The Laurence Bourne
Challenge Trophy

Derek Doar
The Mobile Phone trophy Tom Glancz

2016 - 2017 final results

Prints Projected Images