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It's Been Quite a Journey All Right!

Tonight's final round of the Annual Image Competition turned out to be a bit of a nail-biter for some of us. Many thanks to Bob Humphreys with his thorough and constructive critique and scoring of the pictures as always. Ian Hastie and Ken Ness share the crown of Division 1 champion for 2017/18. Anne Wright wins Division 2, with her and Ian Bain promoted to Division 1 for next season. Hayley-Jane Stanley wins Division 3, with her and Richard Thompson promoted to Division 2 for next season. The winning images from tonight's 'The Journey' were as follows: - 1st place division 1 - 'Arctic Adventure' by Iain McLachlan 2nd place division 1 - 'Off We Go' by Beryl Woodger 3rd place division 1 - 'A

Knockout Results and Print of the Year

Last night was a lighthearted return to the club for 2018, with our annual knockout competition, where the audience becomes judge for the night. A great mix of quality photos and some really funny ones too. Despite the good humour and tactical voting, the competition usually ends up with a merited winner, and this year was no exception. James Anderson's 'Feed Me' narrowly took top spot from Mark Hughes' 'Tight Line'. In an almost as exciting playoff, Jock Elliott's 'Dunnottar Castle' sneaked third place from Bill Powrie's 'Glasgow City Chambers' Winner - Feed Me by James Anderson Runner Up - Tight Line by Mark Hughes 3rd Place - Dunnottar Castle by Jock Elliott 4th Place - Glasgow City Ch

Happy New Year! 2018/19 Competition Topics

Happy New Year to everyone. I hope you all got new cameras/lenses/tripods etc. for Christmas and are dying to get going on new photography projects for 2018. We are delighted to announce the topics for the Annual Image competition for the 2018/19 season: - 1) Open - as usual the first competition will be digital only, with no set topic 2) Architecture 3) People 4) Rust Announcing them now will give you all loads of time to come up with excellent pictures! This week (9th) we have our annual knockout competition, which is always lots of fun. Thanks to everyone who has submitted pictures for it. Entries for the colour and mono print of the year are due in the following week, but I'll have th

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