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    19h15 on second Wednesday of each month.

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    19h15 on first Wednesday of each month.


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November Competition Winners

Here are the winning photographs from our November competition for which the set subject was Graveyards.

Set Subject – Projected

  1. On the Other Side
    Ronelle van Loggerenberg
  2. Mourning Sun
    Rachell Gemmell
  3. So Many Deaths
    Ronelle van Loggerenberg

Open – Projected

  1. Dunes at First Light
    Rosie Burton
  2. Beauty in Devastation
    Laurette van der Merwe
  3. Golden Fields
    Roger Lee

Set Subject – Prints

  1. Babes in Heaven
    Nettie Warncke
  2. Graveyard Storm
    Roger Lee
  3. Crosswind
    Rachel Gemmell

Open – Prints

  1. Jagged Sunset
    Roger Lee
  2. Rust in Chinese
    Antenie Carstens
  3. Light and Shade
    Nettie Warncke

The full list of projected image scores can be found in this PDF document.

Should you be shooting RAW?

Elliot Hook writes on the Digital Photography School blog.

You can find many articles online discussing the benefits of shooting in RAW and probably an equal number full of counter arguments stating that it is possible to obtain equally good results shooting in JPEG.  Whilst that is definitely true, I want to discuss the reasons that pushed me to exclusively use RAW in the hope that it can persuade others to do the same.

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