2018 Year End Awards

The Catawba Valley Camera Club has announced their year end winners for 2018

Print Image of the Year – Phil Echerd – Quiet Morning

Print Image of the year 2018 - Phil Echardt - Quiet Morning

Printed Image 1st Place – Randy Knauf – Tidal Rhythm

Print Image 1st Place - Randy Knauf - Tidal Rhythm

Printed Image 2nd Place – Randy Knauf – Under the Ferris Wheel

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Printed Image 3rd Place – Paul Van Breeman – White Palace

Print Image 3rd Place - Paul VanBreemen - White Palace

Printed Image 4th Place – Richard Griffin – White Egret

Print Image 4th Place - Richard Griffin - White Egret

Projected Image of the Year – Mitzi Gellman – The Millers Window

Projected Image of the year 2018 - Mitzi Gellman - The Millers Window

Projected Image 1st Place – Dean Powell – Driftwood

Projected Image 1st Place - Dean Powell - Driftwood

Projected Image 2nd Place – Randy Knauf – Chilhuly

Projected Image 2nd Place - Randy Knauf - Chihuly

Projected Image 3rd Place – Ed Lane – White Sands

Projected Image 3rd Place - Ed Lane - White Sands

Projected Image 4th Place – Doreen Sugierski – Train Hand Brake Triptych

Projected Image 4th Place - Doreen Sugierski - Train Hand Brake Triptych

Winner of the Frank J. Miller – Artistic Photographer 2018 – Stan Bolton – Fire & Ice

Winner of the 2018 Frank Miller Artistic Photographer - Stan Bolton Compete Fire and Ice

Every year a photographer who has not only placed in competitions throughout the year but has also consistently participated in meetings, field trips, and other club functions is awarded as the photographer of the year.
The Photographer of the Year for 2018 is: Randy Knauf
The Catawba Valley Camera Club meets on the first and third Wednesdays of every month, at 7:00 pm in the North Annex of the Arts Center in Hickory.  Meetings consist of competition among members as well as instructional lectures. Field trips are planned throughout the year to enable members to share and demonstrate techniques as well as spend time enjoying photography together.  The next meeting will be January 2, 2019. The program will be a presentation by Ed Lane on “Landscape Photography”.  The public is invited to attend, membership is not required.  If you want to become a better photographer and make new friends while doing so, come join us. Further information can be obtained from the club’s web site at http://cvcameraclub.org or by calling John Setzler at 828-404-2066.

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