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Inter-Fife Photography Club competition

Updated: Apr 4, 2023

Dunfermline Photographic Association hosted the first Interfife competition in 4 years on the 2nd April. The venue was St Margaret's Church hall in East Port Street, and was well attended with teams from St Andrews, Cupar, Kirkaldy and DPA. The judge for the occasion was the gregarious Rod Wheelans. Our Chairman Kenneth Goodfellow hosted the event along with our External Competition Secretary Alan Clark, with catering for the event marshalled by Marjory McIntosh, Gillian Temple and Elizabeth Monk. Not to mention the sausage rolls provided by Alan .


The summary of Interfife Results below show DPAs best performance came from the Digital Projected Images . The Bruce Trophy for the best 8 digital projected images is shared by St Andrews and Dunfermline.



Mono Prints


Colour Prints


DPIs


A full set of results for members only may be seen in the Members section - External Competitions.


Individual Awards


The Canmore Trophy for the best digital projected image was won by David Scott of Dunfermline for ‘Roped’.


The Drennan Cup for the best individual mono print was won by Stan Farrow of St Andrews for ‘Guillemot Record’.


The Glenrothes Trophy for the best individual colour print was won by Carole Maclaren of Cupar for ‘Escaping the Shower’.


The McKay One World Trophy for the best portrait was won by Wanda Mackie of Kirkcaldy for ‘Iron Maiden’.


















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