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Corio Bay v Ballarat YMCA Interclub 2014

Mar 22, 2014   //   by Jack   //   Competitions  //  No Comments

Corio Bay Camera Club hosted this year’s annual interclub competition with Ballarat YMCA Camera Group on Saturday March 15. The competition was preceded by a BBQ meal. The competition was judged by Val Moss from the Bellarine Camera Club.

Results

Prints

Corio Bay: 200
Ballarat YMCA: 167

Projected Images

Corio Bay: 193
Ballarat YMCA: 187

Overall

Corio Bay: 393
Ballarat YMCA: 354

Individual Awards

Best Print: Stephen Paul (CBCC) “War Hero”
Best Projected Image: Mark Bevelander (BYMCA) “A Forest of Wind Generators”

Other CBCC members to score well were:

Prints : Barry Feldman “Zulu Matriarch”, Jack Jansen “Stormy”, Cecily McCarthy “The Getting of Colour” and Ian Creek “The Catch”

Projected Images: Colin Klein “Bengeworden Rural Landscape #2″, Ian Creek “Catch Me If You Can” and Lisa Kenny “Mick Fanning”.

Well done to all. This year’s win makes it seven in a row in this competition.

 

 

2014 Three -Way International Interclubs

Nov 17, 2013   //   by Jack   //   Competitions  //  No Comments

Our two three way international competitions were decided recently.

The first, between Corio Bay CC, Kettering and District Photographic Society (UK) and Focus Photo Club Dayton Ohio (USA) was another close affair, with Kettering winning this year’s competition by only five and a half points from Corio Bay. Focus came in a close third. Scores (three judges each scoring out of 20 points) were:

K&DPS: 1214
CBCC: 1208.5
FPC: 1189

Lisa Kenny’s Image “Mick Fanning” scored equal second best image with a score of 54 points out of sixty, just one point behind the winning image “The Spinner” by Iain Sells from Kettering.

This completion is now in its fourth year and each club has won it at least once, with Kettering winning both the 2012 and this year’s competition.

The second competition, between Gem Camera Club Kalamunda (Western Australia), Kaiapoi Photographic Club (New Zealand) and Corio Bay has been running since 2009 and Corio Bay has won all five competitions. Scores this year (three judges each scoring out of 15 points) were:

CBCC:    770
GCC:      752
KPC:       737

Congratulations to all who participated and many thanks to Val Moss from Bellarine Camera Club and Brian Basham from Essendon Camera Club who each judged one of these competitions on behalf of Corio Bay Camera Club.

Corio Bay-Colac-Bellarine Three Way Interclub

Aug 12, 2013   //   by Jack   //   Competitions  //  No Comments

Another successful interclub competition between Corio Bay, Colac and Bellarine Camera Clubs was held on Saturday August 10th. Bellarine was this year’s host. After a meal at Cafe Zoo, members of the three clubs moved next door to the Springdale Neighbourhood Centre to listen to  Gillian Turner’s excellent critique of the work on display.

Individual sections were shared among the clubs, with Colac taking Overall honours:

EDI Open

EDI Set Subject
Cemeteries

Pint

Grand Total

Bellarine

108.5

60

166

334.5

Colac

116

56.5

174

346.5

Corio

119.5

50

162.5

332

Lisa Kenny won the EDI section with her shot of surfer “Mick Fanning”. Barry Feldman was runner up in the same section with “Bale Jumper”. Colin Klein gained third place in the Print section with “Autumn Lakeview”.

Congratulations to all.

Annual Landscape/Coastline Competition

May 11, 2013   //   by Jack   //   Competitions  //  No Comments

Check out this year’s winner of the Annual Landscape/Coastline Competition by Wayne Harris

Three Way International Competitions

Nov 23, 2012   //   by Jack   //   Competitions  //  No Comments

Our two three way international competitions were decided recently.

The first, between Corio Bay CC, Kettering and District Photographic Society (UK) and Focus Photo Club Dayton Ohio (USA) was an extremely close affair, with only three points separating the three clubs. Scores (three judges each scoring out of 20 points) were:

K&DPS: 1154
FPC:       1152
CBCC:    1151

Top CBCC entries were Masked Owl by Cecily McCarthy, Round n Round by Cathy Walker and Spectrum of Light by Barry Feldman.

The top scoring image was awarded to Majestic Bald Eagle by Dan Swart from Focus Photo Club. This image scored 57 points out of a possible 60.

In the second competition, between Gem Camera Club Kalamunda (Western Australia), Kaiapoi Photographic Club (New Zealand) and ourselves, the scores were more widely dispersed. Scores (three judges each scoring out of 15 points) were:

CBCC:    814
GCC:      774
KPC:       743

The top scoring image was awarded to Dune Dwellers by Graham McMaster. This image scored 41 points out of a possible 45. In addition to the top overall image, each judge chose their individual Best Image:

CBCC Judge Best Image: Walk Tall by Roger Lancaster (GCC)
GCC Judge Best Image: Blue Vortex by Barry Feldman (CBCC)
KPC Judge Best Image: Thoughtful by Samantha Martin (GCC).

Congratulations to all who participated and many thanks to John Conway and Brien Cohn from Geelong Camera Club who each judged one of these competitions on behalf of Corio Bay Camera Club.

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Corio Bay v Ballarat YMCA Interclub 2014

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