Well done to all the members who entered our first monthly competition. This was a print competition and the theme was Patterns/Textures. Thanks to Linda Nolan from Carlow Photographic Society who judged the competition and for her constructive feedback to the members.
Congratulations to our winners:
Fergus Alonso – Novice
Mark Roberts – Intermediate
Trevor Ogilvie- Advanced
Thanks to Ned Mahon LIPF for the photographs
Fergus Alonso – Novice Winner
Mark Roberts – Intermediate Winner
Congratulations to our following members for their achievements in last Sunday’s Southern Association of Camera Clubs Photographer of the Year 2015 (IPF Qualifier) at the Horse & Jockey Hotel!
Colour Print – Open – Advanced 3rd Place: Seamus Costelloe
Monochrome Print – Open – Intermediate: Andrew Magan
Projected Image – Open -Advanced 3rd Place: Ned Mahon
Monochrome Print – Theme – Intermediate 1st Place: Andrew Magan
Projected Image – Theme – Advanced 1st Place: Seamus Costelloe
SACC Chairman Richie Dwyer presenting presenting Andy Magan wth his medal
SACC Chairman Richie Dwyer presenting Ned Mahon with his medal
SACC Chairman Richie Dwyer presenting Andy Magan with his certificate
For the full results please click on this link:
Also in tomorrow’s meeting (26/11/15) we shall have the judging & results of our Derelict / Abandoned Picturk club competition & our National Shield Panel will be on display.
On Wednesday the 25th November we will be visiting Carlow Photographic Society for the second get together of Kilkenny, Carlow and Portlaoise clubs.
The idea is to present projected images of each town.
This year Kilkenny will portray 20/25 images of Carlow.
We need these images by next Thursday 19th.
If those members who have travelled to Carlow could bring their images, as we need to upload them for the presentation.
Each photographer will be required to talk about the image and why they took it.
We are to meet at Seven Oaks Hotel in the Cedar Room at 20:00 for tea/coffee then move into the Milford Room at 20:30 for the presentation when it then becomes vacant as it’s larger.