Folkestone Camera Club report - 19 January 2010

Contributed by editor on Jan 19, 2010 - 08:58 AM

By Jenny Barraclough

Our 3rd Print and Monochrome Digital Image competitions of the season was judged by Colin Brownett.

He is a very experienced photographer and judge, and passed on his tips and comments. His results (marks out of 20) were as follows:-



(16 entries) Helmet and Sunglasses by Chris Willis 20

Woodchurch Windmill by Peter Stone 20

The Lynx by David Collins 19

Morning Mist by Di Thompson 19


(18 entries) Gourds and Sunflowers by Ron Raybould 20

Door panel Kykkos Monastery Cyprus by Fay Meek 20

Crested tit Norwegian Forest by Ian Stone 20

Fuchsia Explosion by Sue Chapman LRPS CPAGB 19

Monochrome Digital Images

(38 entries) Cobbled Shadows by Sue Chapman LRPS CPAGB 20

Tune In, Drop Out by Jan MacKay 20

Heron in Morning Mist by Fay Meek 20

A Misty Morning in Richmond Park by Allan Meek 19

A Bit of Shimmer & Smile by Helen Gordon-Miller 19

Visit our website  where you can view these winning images, plus many more, and where you can also view our full programme

On 11th January VIC SHARRAT presented – “WORKING ON THE WILDSIDE” Vic, a Professional wildlife photographer and Tour Organiser took us to Africa and beyond with his stunning photography. On the 18th January we will hold our 4th Digital Image Competition followed by the Nigel Winter Trophy Audio Visual competition on 25th and the 4th Print Competition on 1st February.

As a special event, open to all, we will be hosting AN EVENING WITH CHARLIE WAITE One of the nation's leading landscape photographers comes to The Tower Theatre, Folkestone on Saturday 27th March, see our website for further details on how to obtain tickets.

Meetings are held at the St. Georges Church, Audley Road, Folkestone (on the corner of Shorncliffe Road, opposite West Station), every Monday, commencing at 7.30pm. New members are always welcome and anyone interested in joining, please, ring Mrs Jenny Barraclough (Press Officer) 01303 245399 or e mail: [1]  for further information.

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