Bungay Camera Club members show off their talents at final competition of the year
- Credit: Holly Stranks
Bungay Camera Club has ended the year on a high with its annual competition awards evening.
Held on November 25, members were invited to enter up to two individual images in the three categories - digital projected image, colour print and monochrome print - as well as one portfolio of three associated images in each category.
The competition was judged by Peter Espley who presented awards to members who achieved first, second, third and highly commended positions.
The winner of the monochrome print category was Andy Wilson, followed by Adrian Muttitt and Ken Warne in joint second, with highly commended awards going to Andy Wilson and Alan Lyall.
The monochrome portfolio winners was Peter Nixon, with Ray Mason in second, Colin Hoffman in third and David Penrose highly commended.
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First place in colour print went to Adrian Muttitt, second was Alan Lyall, third was Peter Nixon and Ray Mason, Joshua Finch, Mark Gray and Edward Lynch all achieved highly commended.
The colour portfolio winner was Marion Ridgley, with joint second going to Jane Murphy and Robert Taylor and highly commended to Andy Wilson, Mark Gray and Mike Ackerman.
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Taking the crown for digital projected image was Richard Roberts, with second and third place going to Peter Nixon for two different images and highly commended to Holly Stranks.
And the digital projected image portfolio was won by Holly Stranks with second going to Adrian Muttitt and highly commended to Mark Gray, David Penrose and Jane Murphy.
The club’s annual general meeting is being held tonight, December 13, followed by a break for Christmas before members meet again on January 10 to pay subscriptions for the New Year and for presentations of the Albert Thwaites Trophy and R A Robertson Trophy.
Prospective members are invited along to a meeting on January 24, when club members Holly Stranks and David Penrose are due to give presentations covering camera craft and composition. Further ahead, non-members are welcome to attend a special event planned for February 28, when photographer Janet Haines ARPS will be giving a presentation about printing techniques and how to work towards achieving a Royal Photographic Society distinction.
Club evenings are held on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at Broome Village Hall. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start and further information can be found at www.bungaycameraclub.co.uk