• John Knipe

Three way print battle

Updated: Mar 7

At last Thursday’s meeting

Terry Hanna welcomed members of Banbridge and Dundalk camera clubs to the annual Print Battle. Judge for the evening was Mr Vittorio Silvestri who is currently President of CPA Camera Club and a former president of NIPA.

There were two rounds to the competition – colour prints and mono prints. Vittorio earned his supper as he critiqued all the submitted images and then awarded marks to the ten images which each club chose to go through the final stage. Dundalk emerged victorious with Ballynahinch the runners-up. Dundalk's Vice Chairman Arthur Carron accepted the shield from Terry.

This week’s meeting takes the form of a studio night when members will get the opportunity to photograph models and still life. Cameras and possible props should be brought.


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