Capture Oakville Photography Grand Prize winner Robert Ratcliffe

Capture Oakville 2018
Capture Oakville Photography Grand Prize winner Robert Ratcliffe
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Bill Smith

Bill Smith

Bill Smith is an integrated communications and digital strategist, longtime Oakville resident, and the president of the Oakville Camera Club. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto and Ryerson University's public relations post degree certificate programme.

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Capture Oakville is Oakville Camera Club’s photography competition, which receives 100’s of eateries every year. This year Robert Ratcliffe placed first and received the $1,000 grand prize.

Mr. Ratcliffe did a great job with his entry What Lies Ahead. Due to its popularity with photographers, the Capture Black and White is a tough category to start with. Rising above that with the winning entry is an extraordinary accomplishment!

“What Lies Ahead” by Robert Radcliffe

Capture Oakville 2018

“What Lies Ahead” by Robert Radcliffe

Capture Oakville first place recipients:

Capture Oakville

Songs of Summer-Painter by Wojtek Ziobicki

Capture Black and White

Hold my Hand by William Barrow
(Grand Prize winners can not win two categories)

Expressions – the youth category

Fire Angel by Derah Onuarah

Landscapes

Red Point PEI by David Hook

Nature and Wildlife

Conflict Resolution by Lori Metcalfe

Portraits

Fire Hero by Lori Metcalfe

Capture Sports in Action

Bringing it Home by Mark Markus

“I want to thank our returning sponsors including the Mark Kirton Team from Remax Abouttowne Realty Corp Brokerage, Burlington Camera as well as some new sponsors including Downtown Camera and Corby Custom Framing along with the Town of Oakville Cultural Grant Program for helping to make Capture Oakville possible,” Said Oakville Camera Club Vice President and Capture Oakville Chair Bernie Cook.

Capture Oakville 2018

Photograph Credit: Bill Smith

Capture Oakville 2018 exhibit is in the Main Gallery at Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre from December 7th to December 31, 2018.

Oakville Camera Club Information

Oakville Camera Club is a registered non-profit organization. Its objective is to contribute to our community’s quality of life by enhancing the enjoyment, appreciation and public profile of the photographic arts.

The club provides opportunities for photographers of all skill levels in our community to reach their creative potential in a friendly, supportive environment through knowledge sharing among members, expert presentations, workshops, critiques, field trips, and competitions.

On January 7, 2019 the club hosts Rob Skeoch, an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in magazines and books published around the world.

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