End of Season Prize giving...
Another season draws to a close and the Camera Club held its annual prize giving on the 22nd April . This year the venue was the Clydebank Town Hall, a fantastic venue for a fun evening.
We were delighted that Provost Douglas McAllister was once again in attendance to help present the awards. Before the presentations began, Club President Iain Macdonald, showed Provost McAllister around our latest exhibition entitled - "Project Reflect", an exhibition highlighting some keys scenes in and around Clydebank using images from the past, combined with newly shot pictures taken as close to the originals as possible.
After the guests had an opportunity to view Project Reflect, and a number of other prints which were situated around the room, the focus turned to the main event of the evening - the prize giving. Listed below are a number of winners, and a full list of all award winners will be made available online soon.
Medals are awarded to the winner and runner-up for each league competition
Colour Print League
1st Competition Winner: Iain Macdonald with "The Boathouse"; Runner-up: Iain Macdonald with "Blue Eyes"
2nd Competition Winner: Andy Causer with "End of the Day"; Runner-up: Andy Causer with "Elinda"
Monochrome Print League
1st Competition Winner: John Gilmore with "The Driver Waits"; Runner-up: Tom Baker with "Hovering"
2nd Competition Winner: John Gilmore with "Oi! Move your car"; Runner-up: John Gilmore with "Look out below"
Digital Image League
1st Competition Winner: Kevin Thomas with "McBeth"; Runner-up: Iain Macdonald with "White Horse"
2nd Competition Winner: Tom Baker with "A Snail"; Runner-up: Iain Macdonald with "Ornamental"
Telford Trophy - For the winner of the B&W Print League - John Gilmore
Colour Shield - For the winner of the Colour Print League - Andy Causer
Robert Donnet Trophy - For the winner of the Digital Images League - Iain Macdonald
Trophy Winners 2014-15
Charlie Meikle Cup - For the best sport print - Gillian Sweeney with "A try"
Jimmy Leiper Salver Competition - For the best landscape Digital Image - Kevin Thomas with "Rannoch"
Andrew Jack Trophy - For the best colour digital image - Iain Macdonald with "The Sting"
Dougie Campbell Cup - For the best digital image taken within 25 miles of Clydebank - John Gilmore with "Ice River"
Presidents Shield - Presidents choice of newcomer - Alfie Wilkinson
Bob Brown Memorial - For services to the club - John Gilmore
Burgh of Clydebank Trophy - Supreme award for the best print overall - John Gilmore with "Oi! Move your car"
Neilson Colour Print Trophy - For the best colour print - Andy Magee with "Autumn in the Glen"
Advance Cup - For the best advanced monochrome - John Gilmore with "Oi! Move your car"