Club awards beautiful landscapes

Patsy Brady's Morning Light won an A Grade Honour

Patsy Brady’s Morning Light won an A Grade Honour

The subject was “Landscape” and Caloundra photographer, Wendy Geddes, attended as guest judge for the first Tin Can Bay Camera Club competition of 2017.

In A Grade, Honours were awarded to Patsy Brady (Morning Light), Julie Hartwig (Punakaiki) and Jenni Bourke (Milford Reflections).

Merits were awarded to Chris Harvey (Rock Pools), Jennifer Gamble (Coober Pedy) and Jan Blackshaw (Footprints on the Beach).

Highly Commended were awarded to Patsy Brady (Currumbin), Ron Johnson (Motukiekie Beach) and Jenni Bourke (Red Tussocks).

In the new A/B Grade, Honours were awarded to Lynn Milnes (Flaming Mountain) and Lyn Minchell (Early Morning).

Merits were awarded to Lynn Milnes (Serene Sapa), Jan Johnston (Antarctic Summer) and Christine Novis (Early Morn). Lyn Minchell (Noosa River) was awarded Highly Commended.

In B Grade, the Honour was awarded to Trish Parry (Hume Dam). Merits were awarded to Jim Johnston (Misty Morning) and Harry Duncan (Ord River). Steve Smith (Fields of Yellow) and Melissa Haslam (Clear Day) were awarded Highly Commended.

The club’s next Photoshop workshop is 1pm, February 20 and club meeting 7pm, February 15, both in the TCB Library meeting room.

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