The Eurobodalla Photographic Club held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 23.
We were pleased to welcome a new member which brings the total membership of the club to 49.
The judge for the evening was Mary Furness of the Bay and Basin Camera Club.
A big thank you to Mary for driving down from Jervis Bay for the evening and for bringing a high standard of judging, combined with humour, to our club.
Mary complimented the club’s members on the excellent standard of photography.
Although several members submitted high quality entries, special mention should be made of Dale Evans and Dave Kemp, both of whom received three awards.
The competition set subject was “Movement” and the results of the competition were as follows:
Projected set subject category:
Gold awards – Dale Evans; Dave Kemp. (Dave won the projected Image of the Night).
Silver awards - Dale Evans; Rob Geraghty; Dave Kemp; Michelle Merry; Lyn Hughes.
Open print category:
Gold awards – Beth Westra; Ric Banister; Dianne Gee; Dave Kemp. (Ric won the print Image of the Night).
Silver awards – Michelle Merry; Jill Armstrong; Rob Geraghty; Ric Banister; George Cook.
After the competition, Heath Barkley gave a very informative talk on focus modes in modern cameras, using both Canon and Nikon cameras to illustrate his talk.
During the weekend of May 26-28, the club held a joint exhibition with the Narooma Camera Club as part of the Eurobodalla River of Art.
A total of 170 photos were on display.
Please check out our website www.eurobodallaphotographicclub.org and our Facebook page facebook.com/eurobodallaphotographicclub
Visitors and new members are always welcome.
Our club has been going for over 20 years and is currently flourishing with close to 50 members. The membership profile includes people from teenage years to those in their seventies.
Our philosophy is to create a friendly, welcoming atmosphere in which members can meet and enjoy their hobby whilst increasing their knowledge. Club events include guest speakers; competitions; show & tell sessions; field trips and various social activities.
We welcome both experienced photographers and beginners. We hold instruction sessions for beginners and the less experienced members which include the basics of photography as well as the use of software ( currently we use Photoshop Elements ).
Narooma Camera Club
Narooma Camera Club meetings and workshops are held at Club Narooma, workshops on the first Wednesday and meetings on the third Wednesday of each month (except January and December).
The club's intention is to provide a varied, interesting and informative program, together with a friendly welcoming atmosphere where members can enjoy their hobby and can meet people with similar interests and discuss photography.
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