On 20th October the Narooma Camera Club held its monthly meeting in which we discussed the Set subject of Geometrical Shape Photography.
There were 16 members who entered this month, with 48 images sent in for judging.
Our judge for October was Robyn Georges E.F.I.A.P. Robyn was the winner of Top Shot with FCC in 2014. Before Covid Robyn held photography walks in Sydney and hopes one day to get back to doing what she loves. We would like to thank Robyn very much for her excellent analysis on our photography.
The winning entries for the October competition are:
A Grade : Gold - Rosy Williams - Swamp Geometrics
Silver – Ivan Finlay - National gallery Steps
Highly Commended – Deb Flynn - Window Prisms
Highly Commended - Rosy Williams - Glow of Faith
Highly Commended - Ivan Finlay - Blue Pool Bermagui
Highly Commended - Krysia St Clair - Fish Pot
B Grade : Gold - Sue Lawson - Broken Hill Swing Pulley Silver - Wendy Fisk - The Tower
Highly Commended - Russell Howick – Textured Brick
Highly Commended - Katherine Wagner – Old Build
Highly Commended – Ally Aitken – London Bridge Geometrics
C Grade: Gold - Carolyn Bate - Bath Court
Silver - Judy Morgan - Poppet-Head Mine
Highly Commended – Rita Jeffery – Kings Gate
Highly Commended – Janet Linee – Circular Quay
Highly Commended – Carolyn Bate – French Railway
A Grade : Gold – Deb Flynn - Cozy Joey
Silver – Krysia St Clair – Egg Sac of A Sand Snail
Highly Commended - Deb Flynn – Morning Glow
Highly Commended - Krysia St Clair – Spotted Pardalote
B Grade : Gold - Ally Aitken - Stripes
Silver – Sue Lawson – Dawn on the Canola
Highly Commended - Wendy Fisk – Kianga Rainforest
Highly Commended - Katherine Wagner – Rust Red
Highly Commended - Wendy Fisk – shake a Tail Feather
C Grade: Gold – Judy Morgan – Old gold Miners Cottage
Silver – Geoff Geary – Canoe on the Lake
Highly Commended - Carolyn Bate – Ponte Vecchio in Florence
Well done to the winners on the Night it was a great topic with many different images showcasing Geometrical Photography.
Narooma Camera Club also held an interactive training night on Tuesday 13th October which was portraits and still life under studio lighting. This event went off well with 11 members adhering to the social distancing regulations and a few of our members became the models a lot of fun was had by our group and we hope to do this again one-night next year as it was so well received.
Our Set subject for November is Smoke or Shadows Photography – our members will be emailed out some tips and tricks and links to YouTube clips for learning materials.