Narooma Camera Club news
On 15th September the Narooma Camera Club held its monthly meeting in which we discussed the Set subject of Food Photography.
Firstly we would like to thank our judge Peita-Lani Ward for the excellent job she did for us on such short notice, after our scheduled judge became ill.
Peita let us know a little about herself:
"I started photography in the mid-80s when I went to live in Europe for a few years. I developed a love of travel photography and documenting life and cultures. I also have an interest in sports and food photography. I served as president of Manly Warringah camera club and secretary of FCC. I have been judging photo competitions for more than 15 years now. I enjoy the judging process and love getting to meet so many people in the camera club world.
I always learn something from the wonderful work presented.”
Narooma Camera Club would like to sincerely thank Peita for her great job in judging. We all appreciate the time and effort she put in to judging our club’s images for us.
This month’s winning entries are:
A Grade : No Awards Given
B Grade : Silver - Russell Howick - Punkin Soop and Me
Highly Commended - Sue Lawson - Catch of the Day
Highly Commended - Sue Lawson - Lobster Feast
C Grade: No Awards Given
A Grade : Gold - Deb Flynn - Frangipani Flow
Gold - Peter Jeffery - Supa-Wash (After Edward Hopper)
Gold - Krysia St Clair - Undersea Travel
Highly Commended - Rosy Williams - Dune Shadows
Highly Commended - Krysia St Clair - Gang Gang
B Grade : Silver - Ally Aitken - Cheeky Birdie
Silver - Wendy Fisk - Mum & Bub
Silver - Wendy Fisk - The Boat Ramp Kioloa
Highly Commended - Russell Howick - Bush Stone-Curlew
Highly Commended - Ally Aitken - Daisy Art
Highly Commended - Kevin Budds - New Holland
Highly Commended - Sue Lawson - Monkey
C Grade: Silver - Janet Linee - Mystery Bay
Highly Commended - Judy Morgan - Glorious Canola Fields
There were 15 members who entered this month, with 39 images sent in for judging.
Our Set subject for October is : Geometric Photography – Lines, circles, spheres, triangles. Almost every physical aspect of our surroundings can be mapped with geometry. For photography, geometric imagery describes visual emphasis on bold shapes, lines and patterns.