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Eurobodalla Photographic Club,  Highs and Lows.


The first formal meeting since February 2020 went ahead as planned in August.

A different meeting, seats spaced out at 1.5m with face masks, but still a welcome chance to spend time with fellow photographers and guests.

The monthly competition with the topic "Low Angle or High Angle" was judged this month by Toby Whitelaw a local designer, craftsman and Photographer. Tony is a regular contributor to local media and has staged art and photographic exhibitions at galleries and events throughout the region. Many thanks to Toby for taking the time to prepare a well received video, critiquing our images.

The highlight of the evening was an exhibition by Rob Geraghty entitled "Wildlife Colours of Ecuador". A stunning display of the most colourful fauna and flora in the amazonian jungles, curated from Robs travels to South America, Galapagos and the Easter Islands.

The evening finished with a demonstration of Lightroom and Photoshop being applied to combine and process light painted images. This was to assist members who had participated in a Light Painting photo shoot at Bingie point earlier in the month.

Results of August competition. Topic Low/High Angle.

Colour  Images Gold Award

Brian Gunter - Sky Cross


Phil Warburton - Square Head Rock Formation


Dave Kemp - Mighty Effort


Colour Image Silver Award

Robyn Isaccson - Birds Eye View


Sue Hartland - Great Number Plate


Merrick Bailey - I See Food


Daniel Bateman - New Life in the Canopy


Mono Images Gold Award

Yvonne Mathews - Popcorn Break


Anne Brown - Long Way Down

Mono Images Silver Award

Dave Kemp - fat Cat

Image of the Night

Yvonne Mathews - Popcorn Break

 The next meeting will be 22nd September at Tomakin Community Hall. Because of the restriction of numbers on the premises, visitors can only be admitted by invitation if space is available. Contact Eurobodallaphotographicclub@gmail.com if you would like to join.


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