Next Competition: DANGER!
Seems that this theme has provoked some head scratching with regard to what fits theme but, don't worry. If you think creatively, and after all, photogrpahy is a creative art, just about everthing, be it animal, vegetable or mineral can be linked to danger of some sort...even if it's tenous link.
So, don't despair, you don't need the rock-climber-falling-off-the-cliff-face sort of image, even the humble peanut is dangerous for someone!
The cut off date has been extended, so please take advantage and upload your entries into PhotoEntry and contact Rita (eMAIL) to get your prints across to her.
CUT OFF DATE NOW
FRIDAY 16th FEBRUARY
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The volunteers (part of Age UK) are looking for help with their latest project. They have asked if anyone would be willing to take photos of the staff and volunteers.
Can you help?
Contact Gemma by email (LINK)
Recommended by John Raymond; well worth a visit.
A new opportunity:
The 2018 Rosebowl competition.
John Connor is looking for anybody who fancies have a pop at an external competition that is being hosted this year by Woking Camera Club. In brief, we need to find groups of 5 photographers who are willing to put one picture each towards a panel - the panel must be cohesive, so it helps to have like-minded people.
However, you can chose whatever topic or theme that you like. Each group will work on their submission and have it loaded into PhotoEntry by the 22nd of February.
This is a first for us so why not climb aboard the inaugural train.....contact John if you fancy having a go.
You can find out more in the newlsetter and at Monday's meeting.
Members' Knock-Out Competition: RESULTS
Congratulations to Chris Haines for his success in the recent Members' Knockout competition with this wonderful shot of a kingfisher in flight.
Judged by his peers, Chris's picture was chosen from 50 entries representing a diverse range of subjects. Congratulations also to Fiona Hillier, who came a very worthy second.
Thank you to all who took part in the contest and a special thank you to Chris who generously donated his prize to club funds.