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Narooma Camera Club July comp

Narooma Camera Club’s first meeting in July was a very informative presentation on the use of Adobe Portfolio, which allows a photographer to set up a webpage showcasing their work. Thanks go to Peter Seath for organising the evening, and demonstrating how simple it is to create a professional presentation using the templates provided by the software.

On 19 July, we held our monthly competition with the set subject being “Glass”. We were fortunate enough to have award-winning corporate photographer Gillianne Tedder judge the entries for us on the evening. Gillianne’s feedback on the entries was highly educational and entertaining.

The competition results were as follows:

Division A – Open category:

Gold award – Francis Keogh

Silver awards – Krysia StClair

Above: Watching - Krysia StClair

Division A – Set subject:

Gold awards – Francis Keogh, Colin Pass

Above: 3 Glasses - Mystery Bay - Francis Keogh

Silver awards – Kevin Budds, Russell Howick

Division B – Open category:

Gold awards – Ally Aitken

Above: Leo the curious lion - Ally Aitken

Silver award – Katherine Wagner

Division B – Set subject:

Gold award – Debbie Flynn

Silver award – Wendy Fisk

Above: Marble Maze - Wendy Fisk Our club always welcomes visitors and new members. Have a look at our website and our Facebook page

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