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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Eurobodalla Photographers Try Two Up at the June Meeting

Conventional wisdom suggests that three objects in a photographic composition is the magic number. For members of the Eurobodalla photographic club the challenge for the June competition was two objects only in a photographic composition.

The Judge for the competition was Ken Foster, a club member who is an FCC accredited photographic judge. Ken's entertaining and upbeat critique of the entries fully involved the members present and was very well received.

Following the review of competition entries Merrick Bailey enlightened the audience with a presentation on the importance of colour management in digital photography. Covering colour space, camera settings, monitor calibration and printing. The importance of an effective colour management regime was demonstrated by comparison of a fully colour managed print with a print processed by a retail print shop.

Competition Results. Topic: A Composition of Two Objects.

Gold Awards Colour Images

Ann Brown Light Read

Yvonne Mathews Time for a Cuppa

Brian Gunter Light Painting Twins

Silver Awards Colour Images

Shirley Gunter Ready to Pounce

Dave Kemp Glass Half Empty

Beth Westra Grevillea in Vase

Merrick Bailey Dolly’s Dancing

Brian Gunter Two Pied Cormorants

Silver Award Mono Images

Dave Kemp A Good Read

Image of the Night

Ann Brown A Light Read

Visitors and new members of all ages and photographic ability are always welcome at our meetings. Upcoming programme items: a night in the museum, a macro photography workshop and a BBQ/ sunset / light painting / astro photoshoot.

The Eurobodalla Photographic Club meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7.00 pm, at Tomakin Community Hall, Ainslie Pde, Tomakin.


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