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2018 June Print and Photographer of the Year Competition

Our final competition of the club year is here! We finish with a print competition and the announcement of the overall Photographers of the Year. Congratulations to John Keane on winning the Print competition with his lovely sunset print of... Continue Reading →

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Triptych Competition April 2018

The Triptych competition proved a great success with 21 entries and lots of different interpretations. We'll definitely have to run it again in our competition calendar! It was really close in the Unrestricted Category and we had to do a count-back... Continue Reading →

2018 Mar Storm Competition

It's Storm season! Living so close to the coast meant that we had plenty of opportunities to get candidate shots for this month's competition which was themed "Storm". Well done to Keith Johnson for his fab shot of a storm... Continue Reading →

2018 Feb Simplicity Themed Competition

This month's competition was themed "Simplicity". We had lots of takes on the theme and it couldn't have been closer for the Unrestricted category with one point separating each of the top 3. Well done to Mícheál on winning the... Continue Reading →

2018 Jan Street Photography Competition

Well done to Terry MacSweeney on winning the Unrestricted Category in our first competition of the year which was themed Street Photography. Congrats also to Keith Johnson on his winning photo in the Novice category. The results were: Unrestricted Category:... Continue Reading →

2017 Dec Mono Portrait Competition

We had 23 entries for our second competition of the club year, the theme this time being Mono Portrait. It was very close with Paul Garnett's great portrait from his Indian travels winning the Unrestricted category. The top 3 in... Continue Reading →

2017 Nov Open Competition

Our first competition of the new club year was an open themed one and it was great to see so many entries with 27 in total Well done to Billy Horan on his winning image of the full moon overlooking... Continue Reading →

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