Brechin Photographic Society has completed its first competition of the season, with members submitting images on any topic.
The competition was judged by Aberdeen photographer, Howard Kennedy,
The judge gave praise to every image and offered very helpful advice on how to make the most of each shot by cropping, adjusting the contrast of converting to black and white to enhance texture.
The competition was judged in three divisions, with photographers in division three having the least experience through to division one where highly proficient photographers compete against each other. The results were as follows:-
Division One - 1, ‘Mealtime’ by Beryl Woodger; 2, ‘Spider and Fly’ by Iain McLachlan; 3, ‘Prague Horses’ by Alan Edwards and ‘The Ambush’ by Ken Ness.
Division Two - 1, ‘Harbour Sunset’ by Ian Hastie; 2, ‘Friendless’ by Ian Drever; 3, ‘Patiently Waiting’ by Ian Drever.
Division Three- 1, ‘Flying High’ by Sally Mack; 2, ‘Lighthouse – Leaving Port’ by Jock Elliot; 3 ‘Lunan Bay’ by Michael McNight.
Brechin Photographic Society meet every Tuesday in the St Andrews Hall at 7.15pm.
If you wish to find out more visit the society’s website at www.brechinphotographicsociety.org or by searching for Brechin Photographic Society on Facebook. New members are made very welcome.