PSA Interclub Competition

Results – PSA Interclub Projected Image and Nature Competitions (Round 1.)

Overview of PSA 

PSA was founded in 1934.  Today it is a worldwide organization with member organizations in over 80 countries located in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, South and Central America, Europe, the South Pacific and North America (the US and Canada). In Washington State alone, there are chapters in Yakima, Bremerton, Vancouver, Silverdale, Longview, Sedro-Woolley, Des Moines, Olympia, Sequim, Lake Stevens, Edmonds, Seattle, Buckley, Bellevue, Kenmore, Spokane (two clubs), and Kennewick.  PSA offers many member benefits.  For example, if you are traveling, you can contact someone in a chapter (go to the PSA website) with questions as to where to photograph, etc.  PSA also holds an annual conference (Colorado Springs in 2020), publishes a monthly magazine, hosts exhibitions, sponsors training, provides discounts, etc.  As a member of TPS you can participate in many of these offerings.

TPS Members Receive Awards

TPS members Tim Clifton and Maggie Tieger have received awards from the PSA PID InterClub Competition for May. 

Tim received an Award of Merit, for his image “Radiance” and Maggie was awarded an Honorable Mention for her image “Penguins in Blowing Snow”.  Congratulations to both!

We appreciate and value the willingness of our membership to support TPS by allowing us to include their images in this competition. This is an international competition and is the highest level of competition for the PSA PID InterClub. It is therefore very competitive.

Thank you to all our TPS members who competed this year.

Please enjoy the slide show of our member images included in this final round. Images include those by Richard Price, Cheryl Thielhorn, Kathy Admire, Dan Suckow, Tim Clifton, and Maggie Tieger.

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PSA Results: Second Round TPS PSA Interclub Competition

We have received the results from the second round of competition for the PSA Interclub Competition.  Our club has participated in this club competition for the last several years, moving  forward through various competition levels. We are currently competing in Group A which is by far the most difficult competition group.

I want to especially thank Dan Suckow, Judi Kubes, Tim Clifton, Kathy Admire, Richard Price and Maggie Tieger for allowing us to submit their images for the second competition round.  We received a round total of 63. The highest score received by any club was 73.

If you would like to see a slideshow of images that received individual awards this round, as well as during the previous round, you can go to the Projected Image Division (PID) Interclub Competition page.  Scroll down to  2018-2019 PID Interclub Results.   You do NOT need to be a PSA member to see this information.  Remember, TPS is in Group A.  While we did not receive any individual awards this round, we did receive some in the first round.  You will see a couple award winning images in the November round slide show.

This month, I will be assembling a collection of 6 images by 6 different TPS  members to submit for the March 1 round.  This is a great opportunity for us to show the collective work of our membership.

Best regards,

  Dorinda Wills, QPSA

  PSA Representative for TPS

Click on any image to view them full screen in a slide show.

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