Last Tuesday's meeting, our annual black and white competition for the Overton Cup, was once again a great success. The meeting was very well attended and the standard of the entries was, in the words of our judge, "very high" so well done to all who entered.
Pam Watts deservedly swept the board, taking both the best print and best digi image award.
Congratulations to you Pam, on a very successful evening!
The winners in the print section were:
1st. Place Sainte Cecile by Pam Watts
2nd. Norton from Stoke by Brian Clarke
3rd. The Ribblehead Viaduct by Malcolm Balmer
Highly Commended: Guardian by Brian Clarke
Highly Commended: Swanage Dawn by Malcolm Balmer
The winners in the digi section were:
1st. Artichoke by Pam Watts
2nd. Viking Steed by Jay Warnes
3rd. Titanic Sky by Fo Bugler
Highly commended: Spot Chaser by Chris Dowding
Highly Commended:Forde Abbey by Elizabeth Jubb
Highly Commended: Misty Walk by Sarah Simpson
Last Tuesday saw the judging of photographs for The Overton Cup, the club’s annual competition for black and white images both digital and print. The competition was adjudicated by Malcolm Macnaugton from Dorchester who commented on the high quality of the submitted images both print and digital, and they certainly were excellent.
The winners were:
First place print: Mike Bowles with Cafe Culture Cairo.
First place digital: Mark Allen with Motorbike.