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APOY 2015 - Round 4 - In Focus, Shallow Depth of Field

Discussion in 'Amateur Photographer Of the Year (APOY)' started by Chrissie_Lay, Jun 2, 2015.

  1. Chrissie_Lay

    Chrissie_Lay AP Editor's PA

  2. chelseafc

    chelseafc Active Member

    I like many photos. Lee Acaster have great images in last 2 rounds, I don`t think someone can beat him this year. But there will be interesting fight for second and third places!
     
  3. PMurrell

    PMurrell Well-Known Member

    Pleased with the fact I managed to score in two consecutive rounds so far. Macro round I'm not too sure about my entry but better to enter something than nothing!

    Well done to all who featured in this round.
     
  4. PhotoEcosse

    PhotoEcosse Well-Known Member

    I had a wee private conversation with Kate in which I promised to submit an entry for this round which would test the judges' sense of humour.

    I regret to report that.......................

    :)
     
  5. PMurrell

    PMurrell Well-Known Member

    Let us in on it then.
     
  6. Catriona

    Catriona Well-Known Member

    Haha! Sympathies to you too. I went the green route. I knew I should have used my Nikon, and stopped messing about with the Canon!
    Don't you get frustrated when you see loads on the leader board that you've taken earlier and discounted? lol

    Kate
     
  7. miked

    miked Well-Known Member

    There was a time - not long ago - when Chrissie would post the APOY results on the Tuesday following the mag's issue - with the top 50 places listed and the APOY gallery updated, so I suspect the hardworking staff at AP Towers may be suffering from vertigo or something.
     
  8. Catriona

    Catriona Well-Known Member

    Is this what you wanted?

    1 Mark Cornick 50pts
    2 Lee Acaster 49pts
    3 John Crongeyer 48pts
    4 Aaron Bennett 47pts
    5 Lorraine Heaysman 46pts
    6 Chris Evans 45pts
    7 Ivan Vukelic 44pts
    8 Andrew Fusek Peters 43pts
    9 Pawel Pentlinowski 42pts
    10 Rory McDonald 41pts
    11 Phil Moon 40pts
    12 Yehya Belhadad 39pts
    13 Penny Halsall 38pts
    14 Matt Walkley 37pts
    15 Richard Craze 36pts
    16 Adrian Clarke 35pts
    17 Nick Neuenhaus 34pts
    18 Kathryn Truepenny 33pts
    19 Bertrand Chombart 32pts
    20 Gareth Williams 31pts
    21 Ron Tear 30pts
    22 Gonçalo De Carvalho 29pts
    23 Matt A Revell 28pts
    24 Graham Borthwick 27pts
    25 Peter Murrell 26pts26 Steven Robinson 25pts
    27 Svetlana Volkova 24pts
    28 Andrew Williams 23pts
    29 Tomer Eliash 22pts
    30 Cristian Agostini 21pts
    31 Sam Maynard 20pts
    32 Lucie Brooke 19pts
    33 Adrian Sadlier 18pts
    34 Edward Noble 17pts
    35 Derek Robertson 16pts
    36 Val Lear 15pts
    37 Matthew Carmody 14pts
    38 Krys Wakefield 13pts
    39 Alessandro Calcioli 12pts
    40 Valentina Stoumpou 11pts
    41 Alan Martin 10pts
    42 Michal Namysl 9pts
    43 Peter C Jones 8pts
    44 Diogo Ferreira 7pts
    45 Tony Cook 6pts
    46 Julian Fraser 5pts
    47 Luke Wood 4pts
    48 Marino Reljica Kostic 3pts
    49 Claire Allfrey 2pts
    50 Samuel Raybone 1pt
    Read more at http://www.amateurphotographer.co.u...-4-results-in-focus-56115#pED7v3q1IwQAYEYa.99

     
  9. miked

    miked Well-Known Member

    Oh, dear, my investigative skills have gawn dahn the pan, I reckon. Tku Kate.
     
  10. snap Angle

    snap Angle Member

    i want to also participate But I am totally new here and don't know how to participate.hey friends Please visit my blog and,l make some comment http://snap2angle.blogspot.in Google "snap2angle"
     
  11. PhotoEcosse

    PhotoEcosse Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the Amateur Photography forum.

    If you take out a subscription to the magazine (either print or online), you will find details of the competition each month.

    You will also find details here in this section of the Forum.
     
  12. MartyG

    MartyG Well-Known Member

  13. Catriona

    Catriona Well-Known Member

  14. Geren

    Geren Well-Known Member

    I get the 'spam filter'....but why is it in a microwave??!!
     
  15. MartyG

    MartyG Well-Known Member

    Doesn't everyone cook spam in their microwave? It's sparkly.

    Danger danger. High voltage. :D
     
  16. Geren

    Geren Well-Known Member

    LOL! No. I am now trying to think if I've ever actually eaten 'Spam'. I do remember being in the Guides, many years ago, and being fed 'breakfast meat' from a tin, which was sliced and fried over the campfire. I'm reasonably sure that if I were to read the ingredients on the side of the tin today I wouldn't eat it. At the time, cold, wet, hungry as I was...it was the best thing I'd ever tasted.
     
  17. snap Angle

    snap Angle Member

    What is spam filter?can you explain bro!
     
  18. snap Angle

    snap Angle Member

  19. Geren

    Geren Well-Known Member

    It means that when you posted on this thread you only had two or perhaps three posts in the entire forum, all of which contained requests to go and look at your blog. That's not considered to be polite forum behaviour. There is a place here to offer people the chance to see your work but doing nothing but link back to your site in every post is spamming and not often tolerated.
     
  20. snap Angle

    snap Angle Member

    Thanks brother,i already said that i am totally new here,and i am not matured like you.but thanks again to show me the right way.
     

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