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'Tate Colours' By Lynda Morris LRPS (United Kingdom)
CREDIT: Lynda Morris LRPS

Digital Imaging Online

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Digital Imaging is the largest special interest group in the RPS. We are not genre specific and aim to support and promote all photographers using digital imaging. We provide stimulating and inspiring opportunities for all photographers to learn, whether that be processing techniques, the use of software or the art of photography. 

The Window Cleaner - winner of the Raymond Wallace Thompson trophy in 2021
CREDIT: Colin Douglas ARPS

Projected Image Competition 2021

The overall winner of Digital Imaging's annual Projected Image Contest for 2021 was Colin Douglas ARPS with The Window Cleaner, who took the Raymond Wallace Thompson trophy. 

Barrie Brown LRPS took the gold medal in the Open Colour section with Kites Fighting, while Raymond Bridges LRPS won the gold medal in the Altered Reality section with Imprisoned.

There were 1875 entries overall of which 380 were selected. The selection process took up most of Saturday with a high standard of entry. See the PDI Competition page for lists of accepted entries in each class.

The judges were Janey Devine FRPS, Chris Palmer FRPS and Steven Le Prevost FRPS.

Digital Imaging Projected Image Competition
Technicolor Blanket
CREDIT: Sean Bagshaw

Smart Objects in Photoshop Workflow with Sean Bagshaw

6th November 2021, Online. 

Smart Objects are a Photoshop tool that can open new possibilities in your workflow. Many of us have heard of them and used them. However, they can do sophisticated image adjustments that have gone untapped by even the most experienced Photoshop users. In this presentation, Sean Bagshaw will introduce the fundamentals of Smart Objects and demonstrate several ways they can be used to enhance your photo processing.

Smart Objects in Photoshop Workflow
Up The Wall By Lynda Piper
CREDIT: Lynda Piper

Monthly Competition Winner

The winner for September is Up the Wall by Lynda Piper. Lynda took her photo pointing her camera  straight up the wall of the Princesshay car park in Exeter, standing very close to the building. Lynda has tried several times to get this shot. For her, it only works when there is clear blue sky above to contrast with the building.

Second was Two Ways to Sail by Leon Kemenade and Cyclist by Ray Duffill.

You too have the chance to see your photo on this page. Every DI member is invited to submit an entry each month to the monthly competition. Voting is open to all. Email your entries to our deputy web editor Kenneth Ness before the 23rd of each month. Entries should be no more than 1000 pixels wide.

View Entries Here

Benefits of DI Group

  1. DIGIT quarterly magazine
  2. DI News monthly online news
  3. Six UK DI centres
  4. Annual free to enter Print Exhibition
  5. Annual free to enter Projected Image Competition
  6. National events and workshops
  7. Active private group on Facebook
  8. Accolade A biannual magazine charting members' journeys to Distinctions
Deserted Town Centre in Shepshed

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