Monthly Archives: November 2017

November 2017 Monthly meeting

November’s club meeting was a short but concise affair due to a certain match being played! We got right down to business and covered everything on the agenda before the second goal was scored!

UPCOMING EVENTS

We have many upcoming events planned for the next month or so and members are asked to keep an eye out for email updates regarding same. Our next Ed/Tech night will be techniques on editing images using Photoshop or Lightroom and members are asked to bring their computer and images along. There are many individual opportunities for members to enter Salons and photographic competitions so keep a watch out for closing dates!

CLUB COMPETITION

The theme for November was WOODS. Congratulations to Kieran Russell taking first place with ‘A River Runs Throught It’, 2nd Noreen O’Brien with ‘Woodland’ and John Murphy 3rd with ‘Clare Glens’. Well done to all who took part, we had a fantastic array of images on display.

Next month, December, we have two competitions – MONTHLY Product Photography (7” x 5”) and QUARTERLY Alone (12/10” x 8”) and in January we have Macro incorporating man-made objects.

NEXT MEETING

Its glitz and glam for our next club meeting as it is party night! We celebrate the past year and announce the PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2017. We wish all contestants the very best of luck!

Check us out on Facebook, DEISE CAMERA CLUB DUNGARVAN and see what our members get up to! Thanks to all you who have found us already, we appreciate your time and interest! Why not give photography a try. Come and join us at our monthly meeting, see what we get up to, you might just enjoy the experience!

CONTACT

You can view our website at www.deisecameraclub.com and follow us on FACEBOOK at DEISE CAMERA CLUB DUNGARVAN and you can contact us by emailing deisecameraclub@gmail.com

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WOODS: 1st ‘A River Runs Through It’ by Kieran Russell

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WOODS: 2nd ‘Woodland’ by Noreen O’Brien

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WOODS: 3rd ‘Clare Glens’ by John Murphy

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