Bungay Camera Club to showcase its work at September exhibition

Bungay Camera Club: Pippa's First Snow by Holly Stranks. Picture: Holly Stranks

Bungay Camera Club: Pippa's First Snow by Holly Stranks. Picture: Holly Stranks - Credit: Holly Stranks

A photography club is to showcase its work with its annual exhibition, following a competition on the one topic we all discuss the most - the weather.

Bungay Camera Club: Wind by David Penrose. Picture: David Penrose

Bungay Camera Club: Wind by David Penrose. Picture: David Penrose - Credit: David Penrose

Bungay Camera Club recently held a competition with the theme 'The Great British Weather', which challenged members to capture the topic so frequently featured in small talk.

After crowning Peter Nixon, Adrian Muttitt and David Penrose victors in their respective categories, focus shifted to preparations for the latest exhibition.

Taking place at Broome Village Hall next month, the annual event will give members the opportunity to showcase their proudest works, including such topics as pet portraiture.

There will also be craft stalls, refreshments and the opportunity to receive expert advice on photography from the club's members.

Bungay Camera Club: Winter's Frosty Flock by Peter Nixon

Bungay Camera Club: Winter's Frosty Flock by Peter Nixon - Credit: Peter Nixon


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The exhibition and fair is taking place from 10am until 6pm on Saturday, September 2.

Competition results

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Digital Projected Image category

First: Peter Nixon

Second: Holly Stranks

Third: Mark Gray

Colour Print category

First: Adrian Muttitt

Second: Holly Stranks

Third: David Morrell

Monochrome Print category

First: David Penrose

Second: Sue Grief

Third: Holly Stranks

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