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April saw a flurry of activity at the Narooma Camera Club.

On 5 April we held a technical training night. Members split into two groups (one led by Peter Seath and one by Colin Pass), where they learned about the use of Lightroom and Photoshop CC to edit photographs.

During the Easter weekend, the club held a very successful exhibition at Club Narooma. Over 120 photos were on display and 500 people came to see the exhibition. Many positive remarks were made about the high standard of work and several exhibits were sold.

The winner of the peoples’ choice photograph was Francis Keogh.

Our thanks go to the staff of Club Narooma for their help and support during a very busy weekend.

On 19 April, we held our monthly competition meeting. The set subject was “Group of three” and our judge for the evening was Russell Field who is a member of the NSW Federation of Camera Clubs and an international judge.

The competition results were:

Division A – Open category:

Gold awards – Rosy Williams; Kevin Budds.

Above: Silver winner Peter Seath - Dawn Dance

Silver awards – Peter Seath; Krysia St.Clair.

Above: Silver winner Krysia St.Clair - Sharp Pointers

Division A – Set subject:

Gold awards – Michelle Merry; Rosy Williams.

Silver awards – Brian Gunter; Colin Pass; Peter Seath.

Division B – Open category:

Gold awards – Ally Aitken; Kathy Grayson.

Above: Ally Aitken - Praying mantis

Above: Kath Grayson - Wistful

Silver awards – Bec Stevens; Ally Aitken

Division B – Set Subject:

Gold award – Wendy Fisk.

Above: Wendy Fisk - Raindrops

Silver awards – Deb Flynn; Ally Aitken.

A field trip to Aragunnu in the Mimosa Rocks NP on Sunday 24 April rounds off a busy month for club members.

Looking ahead, on 26, 27 and 28 May we will be participating in the Eurobodalla River of Art. Our exhibition will take place at Club Narooma and will be held jointly with the Eurobodalla Photographic Club.

Visitors and new members are always welcome at our club whether you are a beginner or an experienced photographer.

Have a look at our website and our Facebook page:

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