THE Bridport Camera Club is celebrating its members' talent following a competition.

The club recently held a landscape competition and Carol Tritton was overwhelmed with the response.

She said: "The term ‘landscape’ can mean many things, including views of gorgeous countryside, calm or stormy seascapes, sunsets, street vistas or gritty cityscapes, and many interpretations were represented at Bridport Camera Club’s competition. 

"It is always a popular competition and judge Ginny Campbell did an amazing job of passing thoughtful, constructive comments on every one of the many images submitted in the time available. 

In Section B, Prints, Joy Uglow and Mike Somers were highly commended for their images, while Win Walker’s ‘Okavanga’ came third.

"Joy Uglow’s ‘Standing Alone’ was second and Jessamy Wilsdon’s ‘Street Art’ was first.

"In Section B Projected images, Margaret Preuss-Higham had two images highly commended and also came sendond with ‘Country Life’. 

"Joy Uglow and Alan Goodchild were also highly commended while Alan also came third with Pseudo Waves. First place went to David Young with 'Limestone and Wild Flowers'.

"In Section A Prints Paul Barrow, Alison Webber and Charlie Wheeler were all highly commended. 

Chris Hilton’s sunset ‘Doom’ came third, my ‘View to St Catherine’s Chapel’ came second and the winning print was by Paul Barrow, with ‘Serene Sisters’, which also won ‘best overall’ in the competition.

"While Ginny gave plenty of advice on technical issues and composition, her ultimate choices reflected the crucial importance of atmosphere and the quality of light in photography. "