On Tuesday, September 10, club photographers submitted images to be judged by expert, Al Churilla. We received many great entries, and the evening proved to be pleasantly challenging.

In the Digital Color category, at the Master Level, two photographers tied for first place, receiving perfect scores. Carol Feldhauser received a gold award for “Pink Puff” and Jack Migliore received a gold for “Mom Let Me Explain.” At the Advanced Level, two photographers also tied for first place.  Ann Jacques received a gold for “Country Church And Lupine Flowers.” Barbara Klimczak took the gold for “Protecting Baby and P.S. I Love You.” At the Intermediate Level, Tom Bredesen took first place with “Autumn Mist “ and Charles Davanzo also received first place for “ Time Gone By.” In the Unassigned category, Joe Sciafani received a gold for “Dream Boat.”

In the Monochrome Digital category, at the Master Level, Carol Feldhauser received a gold  for “Wave Runner ” while Bobbie Ray took second with “After The Storm. ” In the Unassigned category, Joe Sciafani received a gold award for “Angles.”

In the Digital Creative category, at the Masters level, Robert Miller took the gold award for “Raining Umbrellas.”  Receiving the silver were Pat Jones with “Bell Shape Flowers” and Bobbie Ray with “Phalaenopsis Swag.” At the Advanced level, Kathy Vitale  received a gold award for “Ocean Bowl.” She also received two silver awards for “Chihuly Meets Van Gogh and “Night Fishing.” Bruno Graziano received a silver for “Wrinkled Copper Pot.” At the Intermediate level, Rose Stack  took first with “Happy Hour Drink.” In the Unassigned category, Sue McBride won the gold award for “Canyon Geometrics,” while Joe Sciafani received the silver award for “Drops Of Patriotism.”

In the Color Print Category, at the Advanced Level, two photographers tied for first place. Kathy Griffith received a gold award for “Perennial Aster” and Gary Pate for “Kool Kitty.” In the Monochrome Print Category, at the Master Level, Robert Miller received two gold awards for “Polytechnic Reflection” and also for “Reflective Convergence.” At the Advanced Level, Bruno Graziano received  a perfect score for “Three Amigos.“ Gary Pate took the silver with “Knight.“ At the Unassigned Level, Joe Sciafani received a gold award for “Handsome Heron.” 

      

In the Creative Print category at the  Masters level, Madlyn Blom  won the gold award for “Run Like The Wind.“  Bob Miller received the silver for “Painted Lily Fractal.” At the Advanced Level,  Kathy Griffith received a gold award for “Zinnia In Ink.”

Congratulations to all of our club winners! For more information about our club and the many opportunities available to you when you become a member, please visit www.photoclubscc.com.

 

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