North Bromsgrove High School students showcase their snapping skills in Rotary contest - The Bromsgrove Standard

North Bromsgrove High School students showcase their snapping skills in Rotary contest

Bromsgrove Editorial 18th May, 2018 Updated: 18th May, 2018   0

THE WINNERS of a photography competition organised by The Rotary Club of Bromsgrove have been announced.

The club held its annual Young Photographer Competition 2018 and received six entries.

It challenged entrants to produce a portfolio of three pictures based on the theme ‘A Different Perspective’ in colour or black and white on photographic paper. Each print submitted could be no bigger than A4.

The photographs were judged on technical merit, content and composition, imagination and style.

The judges selected the portfolio submitted by Lauren Hill as the winner, with Ella Gwilliam and Hana Watson placed second and third respectively.

The entry submitted by Lauren Hill has now gone forward to the regional stage of the Competition.

Grace Flello, the creative faculty leader at North Bromsgrove High School, said: “We are very proud of the quality of work produced by Lauren and all our students under the guidance of Miss Travers, their photography teacher.

“We would like to thank The Rotary Club of Bromsgrove for giving our students the opportunity to have their work celebrated outside our school setting.”

This was one of seven competitions organised by Rotary International Britain and Ireland for young people.

Others include Young Chef, Young Musician, Young Writer, Youth Speaks, the Young Citizens Awards and the Technology Tournament.

Members of the club visited North Bromsgrove High School to present the prizes to the winners.


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