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Narooma Camera Club news

The Narooma Camera Club recently held their monthly meeting in which they discussed the Set subject of Australian Flora and Fauna.

There were 12 members who entered this month, with 33 images sent in for judging.

The judge for August was Denis Cale, who has been involved for the past 14 years as a past-president and committee member with the photographic clubs in the Shoalhaven, and an FCC judge for 8 years. Denis shares his passion and knowledge of photography running one-on-one camera courses, online or at his studio, and conducting field photography workshops. Narooma Camera Club would like to thank him very much for his expert analysis on their images.

The winning entries for the August competition were:

Set Subject

A Grade : Gold - Deb Flynn - Grevillea Beauty

Silver - Krysia St Clair - Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo

Silver - Rosy Williams - Stiff Competition

B Grade : Gold - Wendy Fisk - Take Off

Silver - Russell Howick - Rainbow Lorikeet

Silver - Ally Aitken - Busy Bee

Silver - Russell Howick - Purple Swamp Hen

Highly Commended - Katherine Wagner - Morning Drop In

Highly Commended - Wendy Fisk - Gums in the Snowy

C Grade: Silver - Judy Morgan - Grevillea

Silver - Janet Linee - Wedgetail Eagle

Highly Commended - Janet Linee - Giant Grass Trees

Open Subject

A Grade : Silver - Deb Flynn - Sugar Loaf

Highly Commended - Deb Flynn - Hello Sunrise

B Grade : Gold - Ally Aitken - Snowy Stare

Silver - Kevin Budds - Lift Off

Highly Commended - Wendy Fisk - Hey Mum

C Grade: Silver - Judy Morgan - Devastating Fires

The September subject for September is Food Photography

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