Claire Hammond – Abandoned Workhorse – B Grade honour
Members of Tin Can Bay Camera Club met on March 16 for the judging of the “Old/Antiques” print competition. Noosa photographer Andy McGaughey attended as guest judge.
In A Grade, the Honour was awarded to Louise Smith (Bee Utiful Music Box). Merits were awarded to Julie Hartwig (Boots Made to Order), Louise Smith (Pages of History) and Patsy Brady (Flying High). Highly Commended were awarded to Ron Johnson (All British Day), Pat Charters (From Days Gone By), Jenni Bourke (Vintage Pink) and Diann Bourke (Old Knickers).
In B Grade, the Honour was awarded to Claire Hammond (Abandoned Workhorse). Merits were awarded to Lynn Milnes (Writing Desk), Mary Boyce (14th Century Gateway) and Maree Davies (Cole Creek Dentist). Molly Dallinger (Wagon), Thea Beswick (1800’s Pot), Lyn Minchell (Let Us Pray) and Frank Posch (Ink Pots) were awarded Highly Commended.
Julie Hartwig – Boots Made to Order – A Grade MERIT
The club’s next meeting and competition judging night will be held on Wednesday, April 27 at TCB Library, commencing at 7pm. The print competition subject is “Weather”.
The club’s next Photoshop workshop (Part 2 of An Introduction to Image Enhancement) will be held on Monday, May 16 in the TCB Library meeting room, commencing at 1pm.
For more information and to view club members’ images, visit the club’s website at www.tincanbaycameraclub.wix.com/tcb-camera-club.