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Pretty as a postcard

Members of Dawlish & Teignmouth Camera Club had their submissions for the Set Subject Competition judged by John Hawkins from Newton Abbot Camera Club this week.

The theme of Postcard pictures for the prints saw contributions from locations as far as Washington DC and Lake Garda, as well as those closer to home from Teignmouth and Dawlish. Members had used some creative designs for their postcards, including a triptych and a vintage poster effect.

The digital images were given the intriguing remit of Low Down, which resulted in a variety of comical submissions, including Dachshunds, snails and feet!

Judge John Hawkins commented on what a good idea the set subjects are and praised the club for the variety of imagery produced. It made for an interesting evening of judging with the following results:

Advanced Prints:

1st – Tony Wilson

2nd – Ernie King

3rd – Tony Wilson

Highly Commended – Bob Kethro

Highly Commended – Ken Holland

Standard Prints:

1st – Howard Sheard

2nd – Howard Sheard

3rd – Barbara Verity

Highly Commended – Stephen Mosdale

Advanced Digital images:

1st – Tony Wilson - The office down below

2nd – Barry Holmes - Smoke gets in your eyes

3rd – Edward Chorlton - Young Robin

Highly Commended – Bob Kethro - Back on track

Highly Commended – Ken Holland - In our out?

Standard Digital images:

1st – Howard Sheard - Downward spiral

2nd – Leslie Cooper - Low down on the social ladder

3rd – Denise Searle - Under the ladder

Highly Commended – Gwynedd Chubb - What’s afoot?

Highly Commended – Dave Hutton - Emperor Dragonfly

The club always welcomes new members and please feel free to contact us here

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