Seven sharp-eyed photographers crowned winners of Wisbech Camera Club competition

PUBLISHED: 11:56 20 May 2016 | UPDATED: 11:56 20 May 2016

Abandoned Home by Judy Hodgson

Abandoned Home by Judy Hodgson


Seven sharp-eyed photographers have been crowned winners at a competition organised by Wisbech Camera Club.

Atlantic Grey Seal by Judy HodgsonAtlantic Grey Seal by Judy Hodgson

The projected digital images of the year competition was judged by Adrian Stone, who picked a winner from each section as well as an overall winner.

‘Abandoned Home’ by Judy Hodgson won the open section and was crowned PDI of the year.

‘Atlantic Grey Seal’, also by Judy Hodgson, won the natural history category, ‘Mucky Chops’ by Laura Wiffen was the portrait winner and ‘Orchard Burnout’ by Cliff Marsh was the monochrome winner.

‘See Through Perhaps’ by Sue Reid won the creative category, ‘Sunrise Mammoth’ by Judy Hodgson was the landscape/seascape winner and ‘Tiled’ by Sue Reid was the new exhibitor winner.

The judging took place at Elgood’s Football Stadium on May 16.

A presentation evening will be held on June 6 at the stadium from 7.30pm. Anyone can come along and there will be a hog roast.

Entry costs £6.

For more information visit or call 01945 465126.

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