Wednesday evening summer outdoors photo meetups ongoing. All are welcome and there is no charge.

Camera club members give their verdict

April 2012

Lashes by Janet Tankard,
 won the projected category.
Knaresborough Camera Club members have put their work forward for scrutiny by their toughest judges – their peers.

They rounded off the competitive stages of the club programme with a contest in which members appraised one another’s work.

Janet Tankard’s Lashes impressed in the projected category while Mike Wood’s Fishing Huts took the votes in the print section.

Club chairman Richard Bryant said the quality of entries had capped another year of rising standards.

He said: “Your peers are often the toughest people to impress so whoever takes the winning photographs in this competition can be sure they are getting true praise indeed.

“Most of our competitions see outside judges scrutinising our work but this one, where the members become the judges, is a great opportunity for us to take a collective view as to what has been learnt during the previous twelve months

Fishing Huts by Mike Wood took the print category award.
“It’s great to see everyone putting their newly-learnt techniques into practice and reaping the rewards with increased confidence and better images.”

The club meets at Park Grove Church Hall on Wednesdays but has moved outdoors for it summer programme during which members can be seen capturing images of buildings, the natural environment, sports events and even unearthing photographic treasures in the occasional scrapyard.

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