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Thank you to all those who entered photo(s) in the Clarence Valley InFocus photography competition. We had a high standard of entries this year and we congratulate you for your efforts.
Our judges were impressed with the great shots across all categories, the good use of differential focus, lots of clever ideas and plenty of funny shots. Plus the range covered the whole Clarence from country to coast.
The winners of the 2017 Infocus competition are:
One of our Infocus judges, Adam Hourigan, is hosting an informal photography workshop as part of the plunge art and culture festival. The event is free and being held at the Grafton Regional Gallery on Thursday 20 April. All are welcome to come along and hear how to turn your regular ideas into ones that attract attention; what are photo competition judges looking for; and what are some simple ways to make the ordinary into extraordinary. Be brave and bring your photos. This workshop is open for all skill levels and not about how to be the best but how to constantly strive to be better. Booking information and date and time details are in the plunge booklet or follow our @clarencevalleyculture facebook page for more information.
The Infocus theme for 2017/18 will be announced later this year.
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