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Bungay Camera Club – Open Competition

Bungay Camera Club held the 4th of the 6 annual club competitions which took place at Broome Village Hall on Wednesday 13th. As there was no `Theme` to the evenings competition the images covered wide and varied topics. From, landscape to portrait, macro to pet images.

The independent judge for the evening was Mr Steven Milner LRPS who travelled from Old Buckenham, Norfolk, and is a member of the Bunwell and District Camera Club. Commenting on the standard of the nights images, Mr Milner said that `The judging was made very difficult to score fairly as all of the images had some merit and were of a high standard. My favourite images of the night were the 2 mono winning images where the quality and details in the images made them worthy joint firsts`.

The final top scorers of the evening were, Colour Print Images – 1st, 20 points, Ken Warne with Happiness. 2nd, 19 points, Peter Nixon with Millennium Bridge to Saint Pauls. 3rd, 18 points Douglas Bence with Is That A Dog ?

Mono Print Images – Joint 1st, 20 points, David Penrose with Lady Scrivener and Peter Nixon with The Ramblers Rest. Joint 3rd, 18 points, Lesley Williams with Southwold Pier Promenade View. Victor Schwanbegh with Help. Andy Wilson with Under The Millennium Bridg, Ken Warne with Under The Pier and Sue Grief with Exploration.

Digital Projected Images – 1st, 20 points, Ken Warne with Morning Dew. Joint 2nd, 19 points, Jackie Moore with The Little Cygnet and David Penrose with The Setting Sun Behind Cromer Pier. 3rd, 18 points, Carol Maycock with Waiting For Worms.

And Finally, Bungay Camera Club are pleased to announce the return of its annual Exhibition and Photography Fair on Saturday 3rd September. Doors will open from 10am until 5pm with free entry all day.

In the past this event has been attended by the general public from all over East Anglia because it is more than just an exhibition of club members images. There will be 2 talks both morning and again in the afternoon covering a varied selection of Photography and Image Editing Demonstrations.

Used camera equipment stall. Camera craft advice, pick-a-bottle stall and the reopening of the World Famous ?, well, much loved, Happy Snapper Café. Where one of the best selection of savouries, cakes, biscuits, teas, coffee and soft drinks will be on sale once again !

To find out more about forthcoming club events, or looking at the expansive club gallery please visit the club web site at bungaycameraclub.co.uk