- Winner Samantha Colloff
The winners of our 24/7 photography competition were presented with their prizes this week.
Samantha Colloff won the competition and received a canvas printing voucher from Memories Digital Centre and a book voucher.
Mariah Hatchard (Shylah was unavailable) second place and staff choice winner
Mariah and Shylah Hatchard came second and also won ‘Staff choice’ with two different pictures. Both prizes included voucher from Memories Digital Centre and book vouchers.
Third place winner Srinivas Kamath
Third place was won by Srinivas Kamath who also won a printing voucher from Memories Digital Centre and a book voucher. Congratulations to our winners and also to those brave enough to enter and test their photographic skills using a primitive camera.
Special thanks to Memories Digital Centre for their continuing support of our photography competitions. Check them out at Shop 6 St Agnes Shopping Centre.
After receiving 200 votes from the public, the winners of the 24/7 Photo Competition have been chosen!
Third place winner - Srinivas Kamath
Third prize, which consists of a $20 digital printing voucher courtesy of Memories Digital Centre and a book voucher, went to Srinivas Kamath.
Second place winner - Myriah and Shylah Hatchard
Second prize, consisting of a 12×18″ canvas print voucher and a book vouchers goes to Mariah and Shylah Hatchard.
The winning entry by Samantha Coloff
First prize consisting of a 16×24″ canvas print voucher and a book voucher was won by Samantha Coloff.
Mariah and Shylah also won Staff Choice with this shot
Mariah and Shylah also took out the ‘staff choice’ award which is the best photo as chosen by Library staff. This prize consists of a $10 digital printing voucher and a book voucher.
Congratulations to all our winners who will be presented with their prizes in the Library on Monday January 17th at 5.30pm. Special thanks to Memories Digital Centre, Shop 6 St Agnes Shopping Centre for all their assistance.
The top 50 photos in the 24/7 photography competition are on display in the Library until Sunday December 19th. Come along, and have a look at some of the local photographic talent. Entrants were required to use one of those disposable cameras, supplied and developed by Memories Digital Centre, thus demonstrating their skill and prowess with such limited technology.
Check out the entries and vote for you favourite! The winners will be announced early January.
It’s finally here, the Library’s annual photo competition is returning next week. This year it’s totally different, revolving around the theme, 24/7. Entrants will have 7 days to take 24 pictures on one of those disposable film cameras that the Library will supply. The Library will develop all of the cameras and choose 50 photos to go on display for voting by the public. There’s only 15 places for entrants so you have to fill out an application form available from the Ask Here desk in the Library. You can download ‘Competition Rules’ from our website.
Keep an eye on the blog, website or the posters around the library for further information in the next week or so!
The Library’s annual photo competition is returning in May! This year it’s going to be totally different, revolving around the theme, 24/7. Entrants will have 7 days to take 24 pictures on one of those disposable film cameras that the Library will supply. The Library will develop all of the cameras and choose 50 photos to go on display for voting by the public. Keep an eye on the blog or the posters around the library for further information in the next week or so!
Deputy mayor Cr. Graham Denholm awarded the winners with their prizes at a special ceremony in the Library this afternoon. Holly Taylor received her voucher to the value of $150 on photographic processing kindly donated by Memories Digital Centre, Golden Grove Village. Jane Hill accepted her $100 second prize voucher, and Myrtle Barretto accepted the third prize voucher of $50 on behalf of Frank Barretto. Congratulations to our winners, and thanks to Cr. Denholm and to Memories Digital Centre!
Winner - 'Can't wait for the sequel'
The competition was well received by the community with 26 varied and creative entries, which were on display in the library throughout March. Library visitors were given the opportunity to vote for their favourites, with just over 100 votes counted. Results were close but H. Taylor’s ‘Can’t Wait for the Sequel’ took first place closely followed by Jane Hill’s ‘What a Pleasure to learn Mah-Jong.’
Staff Choice - 'Beyond the book'
Third place was awarded to Frank Barretto’s ‘Channel’and Rachel Levett’s ‘Beyond the Book’ won the Staff Choice award. Each winner received a processing voucher from Memories Digital Centre.
A presentation for the winners will be held in the library on April 30th. Special thanks goes to Memories Digital Centre, for their generous donation of prizes!
There’s only a bit over two weeks left for you to get your entry in for the City of Tea Tree Gully Library photography competition! Your entry needs to have some link to the Library or the Library slogan of ‘Linking leisure and learning’ to be in the draw for prizes up to the value of $150! Your photo can be any size up to 8×6″ and not digitally modified (and by digitally modified, I mean no adding animals, or whitening your teeth. Cropping and adjusting brightness is ok). Check the website for more details and download and entry form here.
After the massive success of last year’s competition, we’ve decided to do it again! The City of Tea Tree Gully Library Photography Competition is open to the public who can enter a photograph that has some link to the library or the library slogan of ‘Linking leisure and learning’. Photographs are displayed in the library during March and are judged by the community, the top three winners receiving prize vouchers donated by Memories Digital Centre, Golden Grove Village. Check the website for more info and to download an entry form.