Judge: Matt Irwin
Set subject EDI
Intermediate: Alan Scott – Beach Cricket
Advanced: George Skarbek – Wind and dust
Intermediate: Jill Anderson – Identifying the flower
Advanced: Geoff Shaw – Cormorant fisher 2
Intermediate: Jenny Adams – Corduroy Landscape Ord River
Advanced: Alan Bennett – Landing a kite
Set subject definition:
Contre-jour (French for “against daylight”) is a photographic technique in which the camera is pointing directly toward a source of light.
Contre-jour produces backlighting of the subject. The effect usually hides details, causes a stronger contrast between light and dark, creates silhouettes and emphasizes lines and shapes.