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Low Key photographers


In the May meeting of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club, Dave Kemp presented on the subject of ‘low key’ photography.

Members tried their hand at photographing volunteer models in improvised studios, with some remarkable results!

The winners of the May competition were:

BLACK AND WHITE:

Gold Phil Warburton - Bridge in the mist (below)


Silver Dave Kemp – Up and over


Karen Reisma – Beck


Jeanette Robben – Dandelion

COLOUR

Gold Colin Pass – Tunnel vision


Dave Kemp – Gabby


Brian Gunter – Karuah Jetty


Silver Yvonne Matthews - Malta


Brian Gunter – Dancing Egret


Daniel Bateman – Summoning a storm


Chris Laursen – Kirkjufell valley


Colin Pass – Fields of gold


Chris Laursen – Lick this


Dave Kemp – Kingfisher


IMAGE OF THE NIGHT

Dave Kemp – Gabby


The club’s photographic exhibition at Malua Bay Club in May was well received with a constant stream of visitors during the display.

The exhibition was presented by the Eurobodalla Photographic Club as part of the River of Art program.

Visitors were invited to vote for their favorite photographs and the results of the “people’s choice” awards were:

1st Brian Gunter – Snowy nightscape


2nd Dave Kemp – Jumping spider


3rd Colin Pass – Brybet point Jetty


The Eurobodalla Photographic Club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7pm at the Tomakin Community Hall.

All interested in joining the club are welcome.

(The August 2019 meeting will be taking place at the Batemans Bay museum, which is kindly hosting the club for that meeting.)

#Photography #Paper #Community #Weekly

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