It’s all there in black and white as photographers rise to the monochrome challenge

Camera Club’s annual monochrome competition has brought out the best in its members, according to chairman Richard Bryant.

The contest – the second in the club’s season – saw a flood of more than a hundred entries.

Richard said:

By far, our monochrome contest draws the most dramatic images from the club and the biggest crop of entries.

Our members love the challenge of working within the bounds of black and white or a single colour and its varying tones

We’ve seen some great work over the years but this latest competition has shown that we have serious talent within our ranks.

The guest judge was Harry Kingman, chairman of Kirkbymoorside Camera Club, who scrutinised 102 images exploring a variety of techniques and subjects.

Whistle Down the Wind took first prize in the print category for Mike Wood while High Force by John Ash took the honours in the projected category and Mike Morley’s Arctic Polar Bear took first prize in the projected plus category.

Further information about the club and its indoor and outdoor programmes is available at www.knaresboroughcameraclub.blogspot.co.uk

Whistle Down the Wind secured the print category top position for Mike Wood
Whistle Down the Wind secured the print category top position for Mike Wood
Forces of nature ... High Force by John Ash won the projected section
Forces of nature … High Force by John Ash won the projected section
In polar position ... Mike Morley’s Arctic Polar Bear took first prize in the projected plus category
In polar position … Mike Morley’s Arctic Polar Bear took first prize in the projected plus category

 

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