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Folkestone Camera Club meeting 10 January 2005

Contributed by editor on Jan 11, 2005 - 09:11 AM

10th January 2005
FOLKESTONE CAMERA CLUB

With the Christmas and New Year holiday break over, we commenced the new year with our 3rd Print competition of the season. This was judged by Mr John Butler ARPS, DPAGB a member of Tunbridge Wells Camera Club and, as the letters after his name show, a very competent judge. John gave his constructive comments on how we can improve our photography and his results (marks out of 20) were as follows:- 

Novice:- ‘Cityscape with Flags’ Gill Jefferson 20
(17 entries) ‘Distant Hills’ Eric Frankland 20

Novice Portraits:- 
(2 entries) ‘Felicity’ Glen Yorke 19

Intermediate:- ‘Reflections’ Charles White 20
(17 entries) ‘Coconut Sunrise’ Michael Chalk 19

Intermediate Portraits:- 
(1 entry) ‘Sasha’ Muriel Hilliard 17

Advanced:- ‘Purr Purr 2’ Denis Bridges 20
(28 entries) ‘Under Fire’ Dave Turner 20
‘Is it Safe to Come Out’ Marie-Laure Stone CPAGB 19
‘St Pauls, looking North’ Keith Radford ARPS 19

Advanced Portraits:-
(13 entries) ‘Gabriella’ Frank Barraclough 20
‘Dominic’ Dave Turner 19
‘Dominique’ Frank Barraclough 19
‘Sorry, no Handkerchief’ Marie-Laure Stone CPAGB 19


Visit our website www.folkestonecameraclub.co.uk where you can view these winning photographs, plus many more, and where you can also visit links to various photographic related sites and shops.

Next week (17th January) we shall be viewing a slide presentation of the Clay Cross & Bywater Photographic Society National Exhibition 2004, which is a selection of work entered by national photographers. This work is always of a fantastic high standard of photography and a joy to see. A very stimulating evening and is always thoroughly enjoyed by all the members. 

24th January will be our first ‘Battle’ of the season, against Gateway Camera Club and on the 31st we shall be seeing another slide show presentation of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain Inter Federation Slide Exhibition; this again will be a superb evening showing work from other clubs from around the country, and a firm favourite with our members each year.

Our meetings are held at the United Reform Community Hall, Castle Hill Avenue,
Folkestone on Mondays at 7.45pm. New members are always welcome, if interested
please phone Mrs Jenny Barraclough (Press Officer) 01303 245399, or e mail
jenny-bar@btconnect.com