New Saffron Walden Camera Club member triumphs

11:33 22 October 2012

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SAFFRON Walden Camera Club’s 30th annual exhibition of photographs runs in the library until November 4.

The exhibition is selected from members’ entries into the club’s annual competition which is judged by an independent judge. A newer member of the club was very successful this year with both the colour print and portfolio sections being won by Paul Guyver. The black and white category was won by Clive Downes, whilst the other trophies, for digital images and the portrait section, were won by the club’s programme secretary Martin Goddard.

All the winning pictures and those receiving second, third and highly commended awards are on display, as well as a selection from the other entries.

The subject matters of the photographs are very wide and include portraits, landscapes, natural history and contemporary photos.

Visit swcamclub.org which contains a gallery of all of the entries to the annual competition, as well as more information on the club’s activities and contact details for enquiries and questions.

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