Bob Wills Snags 2 PSA 2nd Place Awards in Print

Kudos to Bob Wills for taking 2nd place in two different PSA competitions. You can see his and the other winners at:

Bob’s ‘Mt. Rainier’ took 2nd in the Mono Print Division

Bob’s ‘Bunratty Cottage’ took 2nd in the Star Color Division.

Kudos Bob. This is a very big deal.

Most of us are primarily familiar with the two interclub competitions we regularly enter as a club– Projected Image Division and Nature Division. However, there are many other competitions offered through PSA (Photographic Society of America). PSA has member clubs from all over the world. Especially now that we are all quarantined, what a good time to check some of these out. If you enter and place, please advise Kathy Admire, our PSA representative.

PSA Interclub Competition Rules For the 2020-2021 Year

PSA Interclub Competition Year Begins

The new competition year for PSA’s (Photographic Society of America) interclub competitions will begin again this fall.  TPS participates in two competitions: open and nature.  Although the primary focus of the competitions is between clubs, individual awards are also given.  Last year TPS members won a number of awards, including Best of Show for Tim Clifton (‘Beauty’).   Dan Suckow, Bud Harris, and Steve Russell also received awards. (Sorry if I missed you – let me know.)  

Three Awards: Round 2 PSA Nature Competition

Tim Clifton for ‘Beauty’ received Best in Show.

Steve Russell for ‘Yellow Jacket’ received an award of merit.

Dan Suckow for ‘Young Grizzly’ received an Honorable Mention.

These awards were made from hundreds of submissions from all over the world.

Thanks also to Bruce Benson (‘Foxes’) and Maggie Tieger (‘Rockhopper Penguin’) who also did very well.

We had one image disqualified because there was an identifying watermark. I didn’t notice it. Let’s be sure that these aren’t on any future images.

It is a privilege to be able to share such great information with all of you.

Kathy Admire
PSA Representative

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