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Winners of town’s ‘virtual’ camera competition revealed

PUBLISHED: 09:00 21 July 2020 | UPDATED: 10:06 21 July 2020

The winners of a town’s first ‘virtual’ photography competition have been revealed - boasting the most beautiful landscape, nature, and profile pictures of lockdown. Photos: Bungay Camera Club

The winners of a town’s first ‘virtual’ photography competition have been revealed - boasting the most beautiful landscape, nature, and profile pictures of lockdown. Photos: Bungay Camera Club

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The winners of a town’s first ‘virtual’ photography competition have been revealed - boasting the most beautiful landscape, nature, and profile pictures of lockdown.

'Gathering supper' by Carol Maycock was joint first place for the colur print category. Photo: Carol Maycock'Gathering supper' by Carol Maycock was joint first place for the colur print category. Photo: Carol Maycock

While meetings for Bungay’s camera club remain cancelled due to the pandemic, club members have been busy snapping their best shots for the club’s lockdown competition which sees entries for a colour print photograph, a monochrome print photograph, and a virtual ‘digital projected image’.

A total of 58 images were entered across the three categories, and the judge, Alan Sarsby, selected the winners.

'A Quick Snack' by Jerry Keeble was joint first place for the digital projected imaget category. Photo: Jerry Keeble'A Quick Snack' by Jerry Keeble was joint first place for the digital projected imaget category. Photo: Jerry Keeble

Joint first places in the colour ‘print’ category were awarded to Sue Grief, Carol Maycock, David Penrose, Kenneth Warne and Andy Wilson.

Images by Ron Dekker, David Penrose, Victor Schwanberg and Kenneth Warne achieved joint first place in the monochrome ‘print’ category.

'Let's Have a Proper Brew'' by Andy Wilson was joint first place for the colour print category. Photo: Andy Wilson'Let's Have a Proper Brew'' by Andy Wilson was joint first place for the colour print category. Photo: Andy Wilson

Digital project images by Ron Dekker, Jerry Keeble and Adrian Muttitt achieved joint first place.

The club thanked all entrants, and said their next competition based on ‘architecture’ will be held towards the end of August.

'Famous Atlantic Viking' by David Penrose was joint first place for the monochrome print category. Photo: David Penrose'Famous Atlantic Viking' by David Penrose was joint first place for the monochrome print category. Photo: David Penrose

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