South Waikato Cam­era Club im­age makes cut

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South Waikato Cam­era Club mem­bers, for the third con­sec­u­tive year, won the cup for the best pro­jected im­age.

The win­ning en­try was the cen­tre of a poppy taken by Raewyn Alderton and cho­sen by the club in its se­lec­tion of 15 im­ages to sub­mit, with only one from each mem­ber.

There is a tro­phy for the over­all win­ner from these 15, a mix­ture of prints and pro­jected im­ages. Ro­torua won with South Waikato sec­ond.

The na­tional so­ci­ety par­tic­i­pates in a Four Na­tions Competition with Aus­tralia, Canada and South Africa with en­tries be­ing so­licited from its in­di­vid­ual mem­bers. This year, Mar­garet Brownsey has one se­lected in the New Zealand en­try.

Mean­while, the pres­ti­gious North Shore Sa­lon of Pho­tog­ra­phy is on dis­play at its head­quar­ters in Auck­land. Roger Brownsey had one print se­lected by the judg­ing panel for hang­ing.

This month’s as­sign­ment for the club will be the pho­tos taken when the mem­bers vis­ited the aban­doned En­deans Mill at Waim­iha and the club has also booked a re­turn visit to Wing­span Fal­con Re­cov­ery in Ro­torua be­cause of the suc­cess­ful pic­tures taken sev­eral years ago.

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