2022 season of Williamstown Camera Club is now behind us.
This year saw us step out of the shadow of COVID with our first uninterrupted-by-COVID calendar after the previous 2 years of lockdowns and cancellations.
We thank our of our presenters, judges, fellow committee members, and members at large, who have shared their skills and knowledge with us throughout 2022 and we look forward to all 2023 will bring.
Check out our calendar page.
We continue to be grateful to the members who choose to remain part of our club, you are all wonderful people with whom we love spending time.
Our competitions wouldn't be possible without the work of our Competition Steward, Tania Chalmers, who keeps them rolling along like a well-oiled machine. Thank you Tania.
Now on to the awards...
Competition results for our sixth competition of 2022 - Food and Open. Our judge was Naomi Sherman. Naomi previously presented to us on the subject of Food Photography and therefore was the perfect choice for this competition's set subject matter.
Tonight we left the meeting room behind to head into the city for a bit of a night walk in the city.
We met up at Siddeley Street Car Park for the start of our adventure.
Competition results for our fifth competition of 2022 - Series and Open. Our judge was Paul Robinson. As is often the case Paul brought with him some excellent commentary and a bunch of resources for us to check out.
On the weekend of September 2nd–4th, 30 Members and family headed to Benalla for the only weekend organised for the year. After two years of uncertainty due to COVID, it was great that the planned weekend was not cancelled or interrupted in any way.
We competed again in the annual Knox Photographic Society Monochrome Interclub Competition. Unfortunately we were unable to supply print entries which impacted our score quite a bit... the results follow.
We were invited to join the Mornington Peninsula Camera Club Novice Interclub. We were grateful as a club to be asked to participate and share the work of our novice members.
Judging was performed by Ron Cork an AAPJA-accredited Judge and member of the Knox Photographic Society.
Camberwell Camera Club Interclub competition results are in and as a club we placed third among the field of ten clubs. A pretty good result given the quality of the images presented by all clubs involved.
Congratulations to members Robert Moyses 2nd place for "What a surprise" and Robert Cahill Highly Commended "Dreaming". Big thanks to all members who supported us by entering the competition.
Our challenge master Karen presented those in the club rooms with a pairs of kitchen gloves and let them have at it.