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Topic: “On the Move”

Entries close: Monday, February 3, 2020

Wagin Camera Club, with the support of the Wagin Woolorama Committee,

will host the twenty first Wagin Interclub Competition,

entries for which close with last mail received on Monday, February 3.

Conditions of entry are:
SUBJECT: “On the Move” – Prints only (colour or mono)

DEFINITION: An image showing anyone or anything on the move, moving, or being moved in any way.

The photographer may choose to show, or freeze, the movement.

(Note: no time/date restriction on images)
** Note change** 12 prints per club, with a maximum of 2 per member. No individual entries.  


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Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Wagin Camera Club:
Coral Davies on 98 611354 or mobile 0400 602 651; email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Coral Davies, Interclub co-ordinator
Wagin Camera Club Inc. PO Box 180, WAGIN WA 6315




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Topic  “From above”

Wagin Camera Club, with the support of the Wagin Woolorama Committee,

will host the twentieth Wagin Interclub Competition,

entries for which close with last mail received on Friday, February 1.

SUBJECT: “From above” – Prints only (colour or mono)

DEFINITION: An image taken from above, looking down on something, someone or somewhere.

Taken anyhow from far away to close-up, by camera, drone or phone.

(Note: no time/date restriction on images)


Wagin Camera Club – Woolorama Interclub Photography competition 2019

The subject for this year’s Wagin Camera Club, Woolorama Interclub photography competition was “From Above”.   This subject was chosen to attract a wide variety of images due to the photographers personal interpretation of the topic.  

Ten clubs entered, with 15 images per club, giving a total of 150 images for judging. Entries were received from camera clubs in Northam, Esperance, Albany, Bunbury, Busselton, Geographe and metropolitan clubs Foothills, Northern Exposure and Belmont, plus local club Wagin.

Judging was done in Perth by members of the WA Photographic Judges Association.

The standard was exceptionally high and, as predicted, the subject matter in the images was widely varied. The only thing in common was that the images had been taken “From above”.

Winning club for 2019 was the Geographe Photographic Group. The perpetual trophy was presented to representatives from Geographe in the photography room on Woolorama Saturday. The winning club also receives $75.

Individual awards went to:

1st:   Jenni Banfield of Northam Photography Group ($100)

2nd: Ailine Hurst of Belmont Camera Club ($50)

3rd: Paul Sauter of Northern Exposure Photographers Group ($25)

The exhibition was well received by the viewing public at Woolorama and many favourable comments were received. It is hoped members of the Woolorama committee had an opportunity to view it.

Like other Woolorama events, there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work put into this interclub competition and this was done by willing Wagin Camera Club volunteers. It feels a little like Christmas to open the boxes of photographs as the club entries arrive.

The only down-side this year was running out of hanging space which meant 19 images (the lower scores) were left, unhung, in the suitcase. This was partly due to the increasing use of bigger prints in bigger mounts. However that size prints look terrific.

Wagin Camera Club will re-look at the rules-of-entry and make some adjustments where necessary.

     Coral Davies

Interclub co-ordinator

For Wagin Camera Club  


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Wagin Woolorama Interclub 2018  

Topic - Curves

The annual Wagin Woolorama drew an attendance of 23,500 people over Friday and Saturday, March 9 & 10. Wagin Camera club again hosted the Wagin Woolorama Interclub photographic competition, a team event between camera clubs in Western Australia in which each club may submit 15 prints with no more than three images from any one member.
This year a record 12 clubs entered with images totalling 171. The subject was "Follow the Curve/s". The judge was impressed with the very high technical standard of the images and the creative interpretation of the topic. Acceptance level was a high 17 points and over out of a possible 20 due to the quality of the entries.
Northern Exposure Photographers Group won the competition with a score of 256pts, just one point in front of WA Camera Club.
Individual awards: Kim McAvoy of WA Camera Club won first place with her image titled "Ever downward". Susi Nodding of Northern Exposure Photographers Group gained second place with an image titled "Brookfield Place Lights" and Ron Dullard of WA Camera Club was awarded third place for his image titled "The Bench". Merits were awarded to Danielle van der Plas of NEPG, Jocelyn Manning of WA Camera Club, Sharon Hook of Northam, Wendy Gibb of Geographe Photographic Group and Alyson Parr of Bunbury.
Images were exhibited in the air-conditioned photography room in the Eric Farrow pavilion at the Wagin Showgrounds over the two days of the Wagin Woolorama and drew favourable comments from viewers.
Well done all.
Coral Davies - Wagin Camera Club

Winning Club (15 prints per club)

Northern Exposure Photographers Group 256 pts                                                        

WA Camera Club 255 pts

Northam Photography Group 248 pts

Geographe Photography Group 245 pts

Photography Group of Bunbury 228 pts

Wagin Camera Club 225 pts

Mandurah Photography Club 219 pts

Albany Photographic Society 187 pts

Foothills Camera Club 186 pts

Busselton Camera Club 179 pts

Esperance Photographers Club 151 pts

Belmont Camera Club (6 prints only) 78 pts

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              Setting up the Wagin Woolorama Interclub 2017