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Photographers excel


The Eurobodalla Photographic Club invited members to bring their favorite prints to show for an open-subject night in May.

There was no set-subject for the competition and the members excelled with a wide variety of beautiful images.

There were birds, insects and big cats as well as portraits, landscapes and architecture!

Heath Barkley gave an interesting and informative talk on taking ‘close-ups’, i.e. ‘macro’ or ‘micro’ photography.

Members brought along their cameras and shared their knowledge and tips for better photographs.

The Competition Winners for the evening were:

Colour

Gold Awards Rob Geraghty – “Hey Ho”

Dave Kemp – “Durras Rocks” (below)


Robyn Isaacson – “Vietnamese Lady” (below)


Silver Awards Dave Kemp – “Durras Sunrise” (below)


George Cook – “Night in the Country” (below)


Beth Westra – “Pied Cormorant” (below)


Margaret Fairbanks – “Raining Umbrellas”

Merrick Bailey – “Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo” (below)


Mono

Gold Award Beth Westra – “After Dinner” (below)


Image of the Night Rob Geraghty – “Hey Ho”

The Eurobodalla Photographic Club meets on the fourth Tuesday each month at 7pm at the Tomakin Community Hall. More information is available on the website at www.eurobodallaphotographicclub.org and on their Facebook page.

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