Photographer Of The Year

 

The CPS Photographer of the Year (POTY) title is awarded to the member who has amassed the greatest number of points in all internal print, slide and digital competitions throughout the year. In 2019 two additional awards were provided, CPS Digital POTY and CPS Print POTY

The  2020 CPS Photographer of the Year league  has now been completed

The Digital and Print POTY are awarded to the members with the greatest number of points in each category

The final positions are as follows and are highlighted in the scoresheet:

Print POTY: Dave Kitson
DPI POTY :  Chris Roberts 
Overall POTY: Chris Roberts

It was a hard fought battle this year with Sue leading for most of the year and pipped at the post  by Chris in the last competition of the season.

Points are accumulated in internal competition as follows :

  • 1st place – 10 points
  • 2nd place – 7 points
  • 3rd place – 5 points
  • Highly commended images also get 1 bonus point
  • Where a competition (single or combined) is judged by a member then they receive 5 points.

2020 POTY Table (final placings )

Note: There have only been 3 Print competitions this year and the Print POTY award is based on these.

 

Place Photographer Name DPI Points Print Points Total Points
1 Chris Robert 95 0 95
2 Sue Anslow 79 12 91
3 Nigel Goode 38 19 57
4 Steve Bryant 37 14 51
5 Bryan Pilot 41 9 50
6 Dave Bennett 41 5 46
7 Jill Young 27 17 44
8 Sue Lawler 32 11 43
9 Dave Kitson 8 28 36
10 Bea von der Haar 27 6 33
11 Anthony Watkins 22 0 22
11= Richard McAllister 22 0 22
13 Peter Young 12 5 17
14 Bob Harding 9 0 9
15 Peter James 8 0 8
16= Brian Ringham 0 2 2
16= Eric Stevens 0 2 2
         
         
         
         
         
 

Recent POTY winners;

2019 : Dave Kitson
2018 : Bob Wright
2017 : Dave Kitson
2016 : Dave Kitson
2015 : Dave Kitson
2014 : Dave Kitson
2013 : Dave Kitson
2012 : Nigel Goode
2011 : Richard McAllister
2010 : Dave Bennett
Updated by webmaster 25.8.2020

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