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Another new member for the Eurobodalla Photographic Club

We held our monthly meeting on 23 May. The competition set subject was Movement and we were pleased to welcome Mary Furness, our judge for the evening. Mary is a member of the Bay and Basin Camera Club and she drove down from Jervis Bay to be with us. A big thank you to Mary who judged both with constructive comments and humour.

We were also pleased to welcome Geoff McVeigh who joined on the night, bringing the total membership up to 49.

The competition results were as follows:

Projected set subject category:

Gold awards- Dale Evans; Dave Kemp. (Dave also won the projected mage of the Night).

Above: Dave Kemp - Roulettes

Silver awards: Rob Geraghty; Dave Kemp; Michelle Merry; Dale Evans; Lyn Hughes.

Open print category:

Gold awards – Beth Westra; Dave Kemp; Dianne Gee; Ric Banister (Ric also won the print Image of the Night).

Above: Beth Westra - Jindabyne horses

Silver awards – Michelle Merry; Jill Armstrong; Rob Geraghty; Beth Westra; Ric Banister; George Cook.

Click the above for captions and slideshow

After the competition, Heath Barkley gave a very interesting and informative talk on focus modes in modern digital SLRs, using Canon and Nikon cameras to illustrate his talk. More and more features are being packed into new cameras and keeping up with all the innovations takes time and concentration. Our club’s advice for photographers is “don’t get too hung up on all the technology; concentrate on getting the picture !”

During the weekend 26 – 28 May our club joined with the Narooma Camera Club to present an exhibition as part of the River of Art. 170 photos were on display.

Visitors and new members are always welcome. Please check our website and our Facebook page

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