July 21, 2019

It's been so busy recently, I didn't get the chance to blog about my IOM results in June - so this is covering June & July's results with four Bronzes Awards across the two months!

In June, I was thrilled to receive my first High Bronze Award! A High Bronze is where the image scores 75 - 79 out of 100 - Bronze is given to awards gaining 71-79 points so High Bronze indicates the image was close to a Silver. 

Dave is a fantastic model and is always well motivated - but was particularly so on this occasion as he'd just been bought some new goose flavoured treats which were very popular!

I also entered this image of Dave looking very studious, which was awarded Classified. I'm normally very philosophical about IOM results - Classified is brilliant and anything else is a bonus - but I was a little disappointed this didn't score higher.

Going into July I was very unsure about how the images I entered would do - I felt I'd plateaued a bit this year and not really got to grips with what the judges were looking for.

I was absolutely thrilled to be awarded three Bronze Awards for my images of Belle and Max, and Poppie! 

Belle and Max had a photo shoot with me back in February, consisting of some Studio Style images and some location images, as their human's family had a lovely snowdrop wood just a short drive from their home. They were absolute stars as you can see from their shot above.

Poppie was a complete sweetheart during her photo shoot and I completely fell in love! I am absolutely thrilled to get two Bronzes for her portraits. 

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