Images Selected for PSA Nature #2 2018-2019

Friday, January 4, 2019

 

The following images were selected via a judging by advanced level photographers Joan Axilbund, David Kepley and Bill Mugg to represent Vienna Photographic Society in the upcoming PSA nature interclub competition. Image authors were blinded and judges who had entered images into the competition could not judge their own images.

"Eagle Liftoff" by Glen Mai

"Pantanal Apex Predator" by Bill Mugg

"Twin Stacks" by Gary Perlow

"Eagle Attempts Steal" by Kathrin Swoboda

"Snowy Northern Flicker" by Kathrin Swoboda

"Green Heron Chicks Attacking a Parent" by Wayne Wolfersberger

The images may be viewed here.

The results will be available in a month or so and will be reported on the homepage under PSA News.

Kathrin Swoboda, PSA rep.

 

Images Selected for PSA Open (PID) #2 2018-2019

Monday, December 17, 2018

 

The following images were selected by a member vote to represent VPS in the upcoming PSA Open Interclub competition:

 

"Running in Circles" by Mort Friedman

"Shadows and Doorways" by Alana Glaves

"Westwood Hay Barn" by John Padbury

"Afternoon El" by Gary Perlow

"Through the Light" by Lori Saunders

""Here I Come" by Kathrin Swoboda

Slideshow of the images is here.

The results should be available in a month or two and will be reported on the homepage under PSA News.

Kathrin Swoboda, PSA rep.

 

Images Selected for PSA Open #1 2018-2019

Monday, October 22, 2018

 

The following 6 images were selected via a member wide vote of 25 images entered to represent Vienna Photographic Society in the upcoming PSA Open (PID) Interclub competition. 

"Stamens in Globe" by Sharon Connolly

"Ballerina" by Kathleen Furey

"Ladybug in Japanese Maple Leaf Buds" by Alana Glaves

"Witness" by Gary Perlow

"Hyacinth" by Gloria Spellman

"Hummingbird at Pink Flower" by Kathrin Swoboda

 

The images may be viewed in the slideshow here.

Kathrin Swoboda, PSA Representative

 

Images Juried into PSA Nature #1 2018-2019

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

The following 6 images were selected from 37 entries to represent Vienna Photographic Society in the upcoming PSA Nature Interclub competition. The judges were advanced VPS photographers Kathleen Furey, David Kepley and Gloria Spellman. Judges that had entered images into the competition could not judge their own images.

“Harbor Seal” by Patricia Deege
“Lotus Bud with Leaf” by Kathleen Furey
“Swan Lake” by Kathleen Furey
“Angry Puffin” by Bill Mugg
“Bluebird Courtship” by Kathrin Swoboda 
“Wait for Me” by Kathrin Swoboda

 

View the image gallery here.

Kathrin Swoboda, PSA representative

 

PSA Interclub Competition 2018-2019

Monday, October 22, 2018

 

Photographic Society of America (PSA) is an organization that offers photographic competitions and activities that span all continents, for both individuals and camera clubs. Vienna Photographic Society has been a PSA club member for many years. As such we are entitled to participate in the PSA Interclub Competitions, which pit clubs from all over the world against one another. Both club honors and individual awards can be achieved. 

This season VPS will participate in Open (or Projected Image Division-PID) and Nature  categories of the PSA Interclub Competition. All VPS members are encouraged to participate. There are several rounds of competition for each category and deadlines will appear on our club calendar. Entry is via the club website at vpsva.org. VPS may only enter six images for each category. To select which pictures to enter in the Open (or PID), members will vote for their favorite submissions. We will enter the pictures with the most votes into the competition. A panel of 3 judges will select the nature images from those entered that will move on to the PSA.

To see the winning images you can check out the PSA website: 

Nature at https://www.psa-photo.org/index.php?divisions-nature-interclub-competition

Open at  https://psa-photo.org/index.php?pid-interclub-competition

IMPORTANT: PSA Nature is reality-based, meaning that nothing can be added or removed from the image (excluding sensor dust spots) except by cropping, and the image must appear natural. Nature images may not have any human elements within the image with rare exceptions. Human elements include buildings, fences, roads, cultivated/ hybrid plants, and domesticated animals.

Kathrin Swoboda, PSA Representative



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