Wednesday 31st January was our ‘Street Photography’ competition evening.
Street photography is a type of photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places. Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying “unmanipulated” scenes, with usually unaware subjects.”
For those of you who aren’t really sure what counts as street photography please read the following links:
Dougie Wallace – very much in your face, and theirs
Garry Winogrand – the father of street photography
Siegfried Hansen – less about people more about colour, geometry and design
Melissa O’Shaughnessy – a more modern approach to traditional street photography in and around New York
The judge for the evening was Brian Law who has visited the club on many occasions.
Congratulations to the girls this week as Rosemary was the winner of the printed section with and Lisa took the top slot in the digital section with ‘Crepes with Cream’. A full list of the digital results can be found here and print results here.
Browse through all the digital entries and some of the printed entries below.