SCC Photo Club announces Fall winners
Winners have been announced in the fall competition of the Sun City Center Photo Club. Five perfect scores were awarded: Andre Ledoux for Glass Sculptor, Jacquelyn Hanson for Oh, Wow!, Patt Sulzberger for The Tannery and Going to Market and Rolf Sulzberger for Taking the Sun in Morocco.
In the Color Print category, at the Masters Level, Patt Sulzberger placed first for Going to Market and The Tannery, and Rolf Sulzberger tied with Taking the Sun in Morocco. At the Advanced level, Kathy Griffith placed first for Grooming Daisy. At Level 2, Andre Ledoux placed first with Glass Sculptor. In the Unassigned category, Jacqueline Hanson placed first with Oh Wow! In the Monochrome Print category, Gina Hebert placed first in the unassigned category for Drama Queen.
In the Color Digital category, at the Master’s level, Kathy Vitale placed first with I’ll Get There. At the Advanced level, Robert Winch placed first with 1st Blue Lily. At Level 2, there was a three-way tie for first between Pat Jones for Concentration and Stan Lipski for Frutaria and Kodak. At Level 1, there was also a three-way tie between Roger Kele for C’mon We Can Do This and Portrait Lighting 101, and Erica Collins for Llama Growling.
In the Unassigned category, Cheryl Levin placed first with two photos, Opera House Ceiling, Reykjavik and Opera House Ceiling 2, Reykjavik.
In the Monochrome Digital category, at the Advanced Level, Rose Stack won with The Earring. At Level 2, Rod Rodrigues placed first with Inside of a Sea Monster. At Level 1, Roger Kele won with Bird on a Boulder and in the Unassigned category, Bobbie Ray placed first with Taking a Break.
In the Creative print category, Marion Scheller with Lake Michigan @ Las Vegas and Jacqueline Hanson with Moonlight Moment tied for first. In the Creative Digital category, three shared the top honor: Vicki Breaugh with Street Musician, Bobbie Ray with The Eyes Have It and Robert Winch with Sunshine Skyway Bridge.
For more information on the club and its activities, go to www.photoclubscc.com or visit the learning lab at 960D Cherry Hills Dr.