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News Sasol Highveld Photography Club held virtual club judging

Sasol Highveld Photography Club held virtual club judging
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Sasol Highveld Photography Club members have also been affected by the lockdown.

The usual monthly club meeting has been put on hold for the time being. No social gatherings were allowed during the lockdown and the club had to make other plans to keeps everyone in high spirits.

Photographers could also not travel easily and had to resort to either digging into their archives or to find new ways of practising their hobby.

The club however, came up with the idea of continuing their monthly judging.

Judges could remotely few the entries for the month. This is not a new concept but was usually reserved for larger competitions.

Here is a selection of photographs for the month of June 2020.

A Selection of photographs from June 2020 Entries at Sasol Highveld Photography Club

The first three photos in the video are: Best Senior (Pierre Jordaan), Best Junior (Barbara Mitton) and Best Set Subject (Leon Pelser).

The rest of the divisions start as follow:

Nature – Birds Only start at 1:10

Landscape start at 2:00

Monochrome start at 2:50

Nature start at 3:50

Pictorial start at 5:10

Photojournalism start at 7:10 and

Set Subject start at 7:40

Please visit the clubs website at http://shphotographyclub.co.za/ to find out more.

ALSO READ: Sasol Highveld Photography Club monthly winners

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