Helen snaps up top prize at exhibition

Members of Selkirk Camera Club at an exhibition in Selkirk Parish Church of other camera club's works.

Members of Selkirk Camera Club at an exhibition in Selkirk Parish Church of other camera club's works.

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Selkirk Camera Club’s Borders Exhibition attracted some of the region’s best photographers on Wednesday evening.

The annual competition was held in the newly-renovated parish church hall and saw more than 200 images displayed around the premises, with a further 140 projected to a large audience.

Helen Gray & Elma Black, members of Selkirk Camera Club at an exhibition in Selkirk Parish Church of other camera club's works.
Helen Gray & Elma Black, members of Selkirk Camera Club at an exhibition in Selkirk Parish Church of other camera club's works.

Freelance photographer Graham Riddell, from Innerleithen, judged the images, with Galashiels Camera Club members scooping a total of 11 top-three places across the nine different categories.

However, the honour for top image went to Helen Pugh-Cook, representing Earlston Camera Club. She was presented with the trophy for best colour print entry, with the best monochrome print award going to Hawick’s Ali Graham and best digital image prize being picked up by Alan Yeomans of Duns.

The enjoyable evening was rounded off with a finger buffet put on by club members.

Eileen Nichol Vice President of Selkirk Camera Club at an exhibition in Selkirk Parish Church of other camera club's works.
Eileen Nichol Vice President of Selkirk Camera Club at an exhibition in Selkirk Parish Church of other camera club's works.
 

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