Thursday 1st February

Last night’s Club and Intermediate 2nd Print Competitions was a thoroughly enjoyable event with Rob de Ruiter as our congenial judge.  Rob, the President at our neighbours, Bognor Regis Camera Club, is a popular and regular judge who clearly very much enjoys the task.  He always find much to like in our images, offers constructive and helpful suggestions about what might be improved and why perhaps things don’t work as they might, and always in a very positive framework. It was a specially successful evening for Ken Worral, who came in with two 10s and a 9.5 in Club Class!

Rob’s visit was very timely as he was able to bring along the tickets for our joint event with BRCC, the Eamonn McCabe lecture on 11th April at Chichester University Chichester Campus.  Eamonn worked for both the Guardian and Observer for many year, and was Sports Photographer of the Year for a record four times and covering three Olympics.  He was named Photographer of the Year in 1985 for his coverage of the Heysel Stadium disaster and holds many other awards.  You can see further details on a separate news post.  Tickets are £5 for members of both Clubs and are currently only available to Club Members.  Chichester Club Members can pick theirs up at the Club next Thursday.

Club and Intermediate Print Competition entries scoring 10 points

Ken Worrall’s Christchurch Priory Ken Worrall’s Peace, Quiet and Freezing TemperatureSuusan Watt’s Curious Cow
Paul Williams’s AngelMichelle Duffy’s SuspendedMike Hancock’s Eyes on the Ball

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