The first heat of the Rotary International Young Photographer Competition was completed with  a prize giving, which took place at High Cross, Church Camberley on Thursday 8th February.  Brian Summers,

Club President invited the The Deputy Mayor of Surrey Heath, Councillor Dan Adams to present the trophies, prizes and certificates to the winners and runners-up from each group. 

The Junior level was won by Alexis Keay from Cordwalles Junior school, Camberley, Intermediate by Tom Hill from Bagshot who entered independently and Senior level by Emma Carpenter from Tomlinscote, Frimley.

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This year’s theme was “A Different Perspective” and was well supported by local schools and colleges. All entries were judged by professional photographer Chantal Storrs-Barbor and Carole  Head, local artist and Chairman of Frimley & Camberley Society of Arts. The portfolios  showed considerable technical skill and artistic ability and gave the judges much food for thought.  

The evening was well attended by parents, friends and teachers from all the participating schools.

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Background :

The competition is designed to support the development of photographic skills and to encourage young people to experiment with photography using digital or traditional methods of photography. 

The competition is run in three stages; local, District and National level and is split into three age groups: Junior (7 to 10 years), Intermediate (11 to 13 years) and Senior (14 to 17 years) This year’s winning photographs will now go forward to the District level and then possibly to the final at National level.


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