Bungay photographers take part in final themed competition of the year

Unnoticed Beauty by David Penrose in the digital projected image category. Picture: David Penrose.

Unnoticed Beauty by David Penrose in the digital projected image category. Picture: David Penrose. - Credit: Archant

Talented photographers from Bungay Camera Club have taken part in their final themed competition of the year.

Breaking the Ice by Jane Murphy in the digital projected image category. Picture: Jane Murphy.

Breaking the Ice by Jane Murphy in the digital projected image category. Picture: Jane Murphy. - Credit: Archant

'On the Street' was the theme for the club's latest competition, with photos judged in three categories.

Peter Nixon took the crown as winner of the colour print category, followed by Marion Ridgley in second and Colin Hoffman in third, with all three achieving the maximum 20 points.

First place in the monochrome print section went to David Penrose, with Peter Nixon in second and Mark Gray in third, again with each entrant scoring the full 20 points.

34th Street by Marion Ridgley in the digital projected image category. Picture: Marion Ridgley.

34th Street by Marion Ridgley in the digital projected image category. Picture: Marion Ridgley. - Credit: Archant

All three placed pictures in the digital projected image group achieved the maximum points, with Mark Gray in first, Alan Lyall in second and Marion Ridgley in third.

A selection of images from the competition can be seen on the club's website at www.bungaycameraclub.co.uk Several Bungay members also attended an inter-club image battle at Buxton Camera Club on October 16. Bungay won by two points in the digital projected image section and just half a point in the print section. Club members have now submitted images in preparation for the 'Annuals' competition and fish and chip evening to be held on November 25, this year judged by Peter Espley.


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Printing is the subject of the last normal club evening, to be held on Wednesday, November 8. Prospective members are welcome to attend free of charge and doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start at Broome Village Hall.

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