Greystones Camera Club in seventh heaven at exhibition
GREYSTONES Camera Club members saw their work march out the door as it hosted its seventh annual photography exhibition recently.
A stunning and varied selection of over 100 images graced the walls of the Hillside Evangelical Church Hall in Greystones, all captured by the club’s talented members, who range from beginners to professionals.
‘Judging by the comments book, this has definitely been our best exhibition ever,’ said club chairperson Tina Kavanagh.
‘ The church hall looked amazing with all the prints up on display. We had the highest number of visitors ever and the highest amount of sales to date.’
All the images were printed, mounted and framed by Steve Crozier of 360-dpi.com, ensuring they looked the part.
Greystones Camera Club welcomes photographers of all skill levels and meets every Thursday at 8 p.m. in Hillside Evangelical Church Hall. Its programme of activities is varied, from speakers, workshops, model shoots, camera features and equipment to processing techniques and software. The club also arranges regular outings and practical sessions in and around the local area.
Although membership is technically closed until January, anyone interested in joining is invited to come along to one of the Thursday night meetings or visit www.greystonescameraclub.ie.
Club members Pat Dempsey, Eugene Duffy, Andrew Nolan, Derek Payton and Barry Hurley.
Victoria Ivory shows off her print to her father Justin and grandmother Doreen Ivory at the Greystones Camera Club annual exhibition.
Elizabeth Aylmer and Angelique Guittet with John Kennedy and his wife Ann.
Derek Payton, Sue O’Toole and Barry Hurley.
Mary Howley with club chairperson Tiny Kavanagh.