Teenyboppers

Results in today from the 64th Singapore International Photography Awards – five images accepted for inclusion in their exhibition, including new picture, Teenyboppers, bringing me up to 39 of my 50 target for EFIAP/silver. Models: Devonn and Ellie.

New Acceptances for EFIAP/s

With a couple of months to go, I now have 38 of 50 pictures required to qualify for my EFIAP/s. I already have the obligatory 100 acceptances, so just the dirty dozen to find between now and Christmas. From top left, clockwise: The Cheaters, Private Dancer, Hair Raiser, Beginners Please, The Girl in the Blue Scarf, Robin Redbreast in Song, Menace, Vintage Pin Up….

Halfway to Silver …

So, to achieve my EFIAP Silver level, I need to have had at least 50 different pictures accepted into international Salons and a minimum of 100 acceptances total. Today, after six weeks, I have hit the halfway mark … 54 acceptances over 25 pictures, with six awards along the way. It’s getting a bit tougher now, as I had a few pictures stockpiled to…

None Shall Pass

I’m presently getting a bank of new pictures ready for when I can begin competing for my EFIAP Silver level. None Shall Pass has been created from a studio shot of a brilliant young model, Emily, and a background from Southwell Workhouse. It was a productive day in the studio and there are, hopefully, a few more images in the pipeline.

Rushden BPE Salon

Five pictures accepted into the Rushden Salon – clockwise from top left – Split Personality (Highly Commended), The Sorceress, Into the Light, Black Tailed Godwits and Behind the Mask.

OK – You Can Have Your Dress Back!

I always enjoy sorting out entries for the SRGB Print Celebration BPE Exhibition, as they are the only purely print BPE Exhibition in the UK …. so it takes bit of careful planning. This year, I had six of my pictures accepted and, although I didn’t win any shiny things, it is a pleasure just to be part of the exhibition. OK – You…

The Chase

The Chase has seen quite a few versions along the way … this is Mark V. Quite a lot of editing had to be done because Martyn wouldn’t allow his pride and joy (the Harley) to get wet or damaged in any way. It was a lot of fun to create and there were a few quite steep learning curves along the way. The motorbike was shot…