This paper reports results of subjective and objective quality assessments of responses to a grand challenge on light field image compression. The goal of the challenge was to collect and evaluate new compression algorithms for light field images. In total seven proposals were received, out of which five were accepted for further evaluations. For objective evaluations, conventional metrics were used, whereas the double stimulus continuous quality scale method was selected to perform subjective assessments. Results show competitive performance among submitted proposals. However, in low bitrates, one proposal outperforms the others.