22 October competition results

The results of the 22 October ANNUAL DIGITAL COMPETITIONS are now available to view on these links:

Colours of the Rainbow – J Duncan Trophy
Still Life – G R Vere Trophy


You can also find the pages using the competitions tab on the main menu.

On Friday evening October 22 Ilkley Camera Club was joined by Colin Harrison who judged two competitions, Colours of the Rainbow and Still Life. Competitions are an exciting part of the club’s programme and are a chance for members to receive expert feedback on their work.

In his judging Colin talked about the need for careful planning for still life photography to get the lighting right and to control every detail, ’’balance is important and finding an unusual viewpoint can be interesting’’,  he explained,  ’Don’t include too much in the picture; too many elements can be a confusion’’. 

Winners of the Colours of the Rainbow competition were, in first place, Alison Tetley with The House at Rainbows’ End; in second place, Sharon Sawyer with Oil on Water; and in third place Adrian Hendley with Street Art Stairway.

Winners in the Still Life G R Vere Trophy were, in first place, Sharon Sawyer with Forsythia; in second place, Tim Sawyer with  Builder’s Tea; and in third place, Jayne Sanderson with Beetroot.

You can see all the winning entries including those that were commended and highly commended on the club website ilkleycameraclub.online

The next meeting of Ilkley Camera Club is on Friday the 29th of October when Sally Sallet from Wakefield Camera Club will give a talk called ‘Never underestimate an old woman with a camera’.  Sally, who’s an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, will take members on a journey through her photographic life, starting with her first Kodak Brownie film camera.

Ilkley Camera Club is currently meeting via Zoom on Friday evenings at 7.30pm. For more information visit the Club website at ilkleycameraclub.online or their Facebook page, facebook.com/ilkleycameraclub

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