Yesterday we set up the exhibition stands in the Museum for the opening of the photographic exhibition on Monday morning (1030am 12th of August) Please pop along and view the images and of course vote for your favourite picture
Two members of Weymouth Camera Club, Steve Baker and Chris Eaves gave a presentation and talk to the Weymouth Ladies Probus group recently in July. Their presentation addressed photography as a subject also and a sideshow of some of the work of Weymouth Camera Club members.
Weymouth Camera Club members Chris Eaves and Ted Toop were invited once more to judge the photography section of Wyke Regis Horticulture’s Annual Show on 27th July. This is the 3rd or possibly 4th time that members of the Camera Club have been pleased to attend and judge the images submitted by WRH members.
Due to the forecasted bad weather for Tuesday night the 20 shot competition has been postponed until Tuesday the 25th. Hopefully we will get a better evening
Mick has had four more acceptances this time in the Wessex Dragons Salon 2019
Just got results from the Cheltenham International Salon 2019. I sent in 8 entries, 4 in colour and 4 in the Mono sections, I have had 2 accepted from the Mono section
This year the event was hosted by the Poole Camera Club and the Competition was judged by Sid Jones, as always the competition was competitive but friendly. We were lucky enough to win the competition and take the shield back to Weymouth. I would like to thank the Poole Club for hosting such an enjoyable evening.
The results were as follows; Poole 238 & Weymouth 270.5
The Other DPI Images Scoring 10 Points.
Angel of the North by Mick Rose; and Dinner is Served by Shirley Swaine
Prints were scored as follows;
Well done to Mick Rose as he has had one acceptance in the Southampton International Exhibition Salon 2019.
The Annual Brian Lynch Challenge between Weymouth and Portland Camera Clubs was held in Weymouth on 26th February. There were a total of 70 images; 35 from both clubs. The photographs featured a wide range of subjects from close-ups to landscapes. Each photograph was awarded marks out of 10 and the marks were added together at the end of the evening to reveal the winning club who would then be awarded the Brian Lynch Trophy. We are pleased to announce that Weymouth won the challenge with a total of 304 points over Portland’s 289. The photograph that won the title of ‘best of the evening’ was ‘Misty Morning’ by Weymouth Club photographer Don Hart. The Judge for the evening was John Tilsley.