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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Eurobodalla Photographic Club June Meeting

The creative talents of members were again on display in the monthly competition with “Numbers” as the set theme for projected images. Over 35 images were submitted for judging by Gillianne Tedder a leading photographer in the field of engineering and industrial photography. Gillianne's expert critique is invaluable in helping members improve and refine their own photographic skills.

The results of monthly competition were:

Image of the night:

Volume and Tone: Chris Laursen

Gold Awards Colour.

Goal: Anne Brown

Volume and Tone: Chris Laursen

One of Many: Colin Pass

Gold Awards Mono

Roll On: Dave Kemp

3016: Brian Gunter

Silver Awards Colour

Money Laundering: Yvonne Mathews

01522872: Karen Riesima

7667: Shirley Gunter

The Game: Dale Evans

A Place to Rest Your Head: Karen Riesima

Silver Awards Mono

Shipping Container: Wendy Laursen

28: Beth Westra

Through out the year selected members are invited to exhibit to a set theme. This month Jeanette Robben exhibited 10 of her prints of Mogo for the local village theme. Jeanette highlighted the importance of choosing the right time of day to take advantage of the best light for each subject.

To finish the evening a practical session was presented by Heath Barkley to help members master some studio techniques and lighting in preparation for an extended field trip to the Batemans Bay Museum on 27th August

Visitors and new members are always welcome to join our monthly activities. The next meeting on July 23rd will take place as normal at the Tomakin Community Hall at 7.00 pm

The monthly meeting on 27th August will take place at the Batemans Bay Museum commencing at 5.00pm. There will be no one in attendance at Tomakin community hall on that evening. A charge of $7.00 payable on entry to the Museum.

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