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Competition Selection

  • Icy Wind by Norman McNab (1st in Print, Annual Competition)
  • Moine House by Norman McNab (2nd in Print, Annual Competition)
  • The Eyes Have It by George Robertson (1st in Projected Images, Annual Competition)
  • Artic Tern by Stephen Phillips (2nd in Projected Images, Annual Competition)
  • Pap of Glencoe by Peter Grant (3rd in Projected Images, Annual Competition)
  • The Lion King by Duncan McCallum (Winner, Robert Simpson Competition)
  • The Cloisters by George Robertson (1st in Print, 3rd Competition)
  • Moine House by Norman McNab (2nd in Print, 3rd Competition)
  • Relaxing by Duncan McCallum (1st in Projected Images, 3rd Competition)
  • The Cauldron of Ineos by Ian Finlayson (2nd in Projected Images, 3rd Competition)
  • Merlin by Reuben McLean (Joint 3rd in Projected Images, 3rd Competition)
  • The Shopkeeper by George Robertson (Joint 3rd in Projected Images, 3rd Competition)
  • Ajar of Sand by Derek Manson (1st in Prints, 2nd Competition)
  • Winter Morning Blanewater by Norman McNab (2nd in Prints, 2nd Competition)
  • Baboon by Duncan McCallum (2nd in Projected Images, 2nd Competition)
  • River Meets Sea by Ian Findlayson (3rd in Projected Images, 2nd Competition)
  • The Old Boat by Margaret Campbell (1st in Print, 1st Competition)
  • Winter on the Endrick by Dai Davies (2nd in Print, 1st Competition)
  • Gie's a Bit by Maurice Lee (3rd in Print, 1st Competition)
  • A Thankless Task by Matt Johnston (1st in Projected Images, 1st Competition)
  • Pontiac Chieftain by Stephen Pratt (2nd in Projected Images, 1st Competition)
  • Greybeard by George Robertson (3rd in Projected Images, 1st Competition)

Next Club Night

12th September 2017
New season starts

Club News

Following the AGM in May 2017,  internal competitions within the club will now move to a scoreless system in the next club year. The existing system will be replaced by one that includes 1st, 2nd, 3d,  ‘Highly Commended’ and ‘Commended’. The committee hopes that this change will encourage more members to participate and make the task of external judges slightly easier. The full details will be announced at the start of the new season.

 

Milngavie and Bearsden Camera Club is a photographic society open to those with a keen interest in photography. Club activities are centred on weekly meetings, held on a Tuesday evening between late September and April at the Community Education Centre in Milngavie. For enquiries about membership please e-mail the club secretary.