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Narooma Camera Club news February 2018

Our club started back with its first outing 6/2/2018 in which we had a BBQ at Rotary Park Narooma. Was great to catch up with others and discuss everything from new cameras and lenses to what settings to use for some of our new members. Thanks goes to Krysia St Clair for bringing along the bubble making equipment then for tirelessly making all those magical big bubbles for us to photograph. On Tuesday 20th February the club held its first monthly competition of 2018. The set subject was “Dominant colour Yellow”. Our judge for the evening was Ken Foster, a club member of Eurobodalla Camera Club and a NSW Federation of Camera Clubs approved judge. Thanks go to Ken for his incisive and informative comments. Ken also had a talk with our members on the history of Monochrome Photography and shared photos from the mid to late 1800s.

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The results of the competition were as follows: Division A – Set subject: Gold Winner: Yellow Candles - Russell Howick Yellow Tubes - Krysia St Clair Silver Winner: Spaghetti Sculpture - Debbie Flynn Yellow Heart - Krysia St Clair Division A – Open category: Gold Winner: Beach Dog - Rosy Williams Five Elk Grazing - Debbie Flynn Silver Winner: Magnolia Pure - Rosy Williams Winter’s Colour - Krysia St Clair Division B – Open category: Gold Winner: Long Bubble - Brian Tilley Silver Winner: Dutch Red Centre - Graham Harding Division B – Set subject: Gold Winner: A little Bit of Blue - Graham Harding Silver Winner: Marigolds - Brian Tilley After the competition, members reviewed the photographs taken at the BBQ outing of the Bubbles. New members and visitors are always welcome. Have a look at our website and our Facebook page

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