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Eurobodalla Photographic Club

The Eurobodalla Photographic Club held its monthly meeting on Tuesday 25 April which was attended by almost 30 members.

We were pleased to welcome two new joiners on the night which brings the total membership up to 48.

In keeping with our aim to provide a variety of items to interest members, Heath Barkley gave a talk on light metering, using a camera’s built in meter. In addition he also talked about how to use settings on cameras to capture movement which is next month’s competition set subject.

Ken Foster and Colin Pass then showed some of their favourite images, telling members about the reasons and memories why they became favourites.

The monthly competition set subject was “Faces” and this was judged by Heath Barkley. Members judged the Open prints section. The results were as follows:

Projected Set Subject category

Gold awards: Merrick Bailey; Peter Seath; George Cook; Michelle Merry; Anne Brown (Anne won the projected Image of the Night).

Above: Merrick Bailey - The Falcon

Above: George Cook - Trevor

Silver awards: David Kemp; Dianne Gee; George Cook; Merrick Bailey; Robyn Isaacson; Yvonne Matthews.

Above: David Kemp - Under the spotlight

Open Print category

Gold awards: Michelle Merry; Rob Geraghty; Brian Gunter (Brian won the print Image of the Night).

Above: Brian Gunter - Leaving Home

Above:Michelle Merry - Blossom

Silver awards: Yvonne Matthews; Anne Brown; Michelle Merry; Shirley Gunter.

Visitors and new members are always welcome.

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As part of the Eurobodalla River of Art, the Eurobodalla Photographic Club and the Narooma Camera Club are holding a joint exhibition on 26,27,28 May at Club Narooma, 88 Princes Highway, Narooma.

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