September 16, 2010

Racine Camera Club picks photo scavenger hunt winners

The winners of the Racine Camera Club's 2010 Photo Scavenger Hunt were chosen at the club’s first meeting of the programming year.

Winners in each category are: LEAF: (tie) Linda Peterson, Perry Rossmiller; HAPPY: Jason Madson; HUMAN SILHOUETTE: Linda Peterson; TRAVEL: Paul Oemig; WILDLIFE: (4-way tie) Mary Barrows, Tom Leih, Paul Oemig, Ron Morishita;  SUNRISE OR SUNSET: Perry Rossmiller; CLOUDS: Perry Rossmiller; FIREWORKS: Perry Rossmiller; FOOD: Tom Leih;  GLASS: Linda Peterson. We've posted most of them below.

The photographs will be posted on the club’s website, www.racinecameraclub.com. The RCC meets the second Thursday of the month from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Racine Arts Council, 316 Sixth St. Another competition will take place at the Oct. 14 meeting.

  Leaf, by Linda Peterson

 Happy, by Jason Madson

 Human silhouette, by Linda Peterson

 Travel, by Paul Oemig

  Sunrise, by Perry Rossmiller

 Clouds, by Perry Rossmiller

 Fireworks, by Perry Rossmiller

Food, by Tom Leih

Glass, by Linda Peterson

 Wildlife, by Mary Barrows


Wildlife, by Paul Oemig
 
Wildlife, by Ron Morishita
 
Wildlife, by Tom Leih


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7 comments:

  1. Photoshop? Linda?

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  2. Beautiful photos, but I'm confused. In Perry Rossmiller's "Sunrise", the shot was clearly taken facing west. Optical illusion or does the sun now rise in the west?

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  3. Anon 8:13 - Everything is backwards in Racine, including the sunrise. LOL!

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  4. Perry's sunset was an entry for the Sunrise/Sunset category. It is just mislabeled.

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  5. There were no restrictions regarding using Photoshop on entries.

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  6. How does someone go about joining the club or even entering photos? I have a bunch of photos that I would have loved to have entered the competition with.

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  7. The Racine Camera Club meets the second Thursday of the month from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Racine Arts Council, 316 Sixth St. All are welcome.

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