Hi all, it’s been a while since the last update. Sorry about that. The exams are here, and 24 hours a day is just not enough. But as I’m taking a much-needed break (not procrastinating :P), I shall do a quick update of our club’s very first competition! As you might have already know, the results are out. This is just for the record, to make it official 🙂
But first of all, we really have to thank Renny, our VP, for the very very organised procedures from receiving submissions, to organising 200 over photos for the rest of the execs to judge, and then the results. All on top of his many many assignments, and a crashed laptop 😛 And not forgetting our P, Clarissa, who definitely helped in many many ways in the midst of churning out 3000 words for her last essay as an undergraduate! 🙂
Right, last of all, thanks to all who participated in the competition. And for keeping the standards so high that all the execs had a VERY hard time judging for the top fives. Even harder for deciding on Number 1! After four days of tough tough decisions, we definitely have a winner. And our very first UNSW PHOTO CLUB PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR goes to…….
JAN PHILIP KOLB!
Just a little deets: Jan entered in the category of Landscape and Architecture & Nature and Animals. His submission for the Nature and Animals category emerged first out of a total of 40 photos. Not to mention that it was on top of very very tough competition between all our awesome participants! In addition, his landscape photo came in second, after Johnny Tran’s. Impressive!
Congratulations Jan! And good job! *clapclapclap* We look forward to see more of your work! Meanwhile, the rest can check out Jan’s other photos on his site here.
Nature & Animals
The execs had also came up with the top 5s of each category, and they were nothing less than OUTSTANDING. Photos will be revealed to rest of the club very soon! So keep a closeeee lookout!
Alright, back to the books! 🙂
And good luck to all who are having their exams now!
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