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Stunning praise from a respected VAPS judge Paul RobinsonThe August competition saw Jim Hancock receive tremendous praise for her image of 'Misty Dawn'.
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Welcome to the Wodonga / Albury Camera Club Website
We are an Australian Camera Club located on the border of Victoria and New South Wales on
the banks of the mighty Murray River, and comprising members from both sides of the border.
Wooly's Latest English Adventures is back
Our Secretary David Woolcock is back in England on one of his English Adventures and is sending images and reports back to share with us.
Go to his page (Wooly's Page) by clicking on the Canon camera in the left panel.
The September Meeting - 'Movement'
A big thank you to the Commercial Sports Club for offering us a venue for the night.
A good roll-up by members viewed an interesting 'Movement' completion with a stern judge, but fair and enlightening comments.
In this months175 Years of Photography slideshow of images of the 1937 Hindenburg Zeppelin disaster was well received.
Part one of Jill Hancock's trip around New Zealand saw some impressive images.
Congratulation to the winners and place getters for the competition!
Use the button above or click on the Competition Images Tab to view all the place winning images.
The Competition winners were:
- Colour Print Advance: Mark Slater
- Colour Print: Jean-Maree Christensen
- Monochrome Print: David Willis
- EDI Advance: Wendy Stanford
- EDI: Debbie Shepherd
WACC wins The Paatsch Shield for 2014
The Paatsch Shield Presentation was be held at the Wangaratta Club, Wangaratta on Sunday the 24th of August. Approximately 15 from each club getting together for a great afternoon with good friends. Lunch was held at 12.30 PM followed by the presentation.
The subject was 'Howlong Cars' which was taken on the get together in July, the Judge was Jim Weatherill who travelled up from Melbourne for the presentation. The gap in the scores were no indication of the quality of images put up by both clubs.
Benalla announced at the presentation that next years challenge will be at the Yackandandah Folk Festival on the 22nd of March 2015.
View the images on the Paatsch Shield page.
The Paatsch Shield, What A Great Outing
There was need to worry about the predicted rain for this event as we were presented with beautiful sunshine, although after a foggy start to the day.
A big thank you to Rex Forrester who allowed on to his property for the photoshoot.
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