Big performance from the Mallow photograhers.


Mallow pulled out all the stops last Sunday the 22nd of November in t
he SACC Print and Projected Images competition. With a huge turnout from all over Munster and South Leinster, Mallow were amongst the winners in all the major categories.
Morgan O'Neill, John Hooton, Rodney O Callagan, Bill Power


The first category ‘Color Prints’ saw our own John Hooton taking both first and third place.

Photographer: John Hooton


In the ‘Mono Prints’ Morgan O’Neill came second with a new and original image of the Rossbeigh boat.

Also in the mono section Rodney O’Callaghan took a well deserved third place. Speaking after the competition, Rodney expressed his surprise in doing so well and his delight in beating James Heffernan.

Ghost Ship by Morgan O'Neill
Lone Tree by Rodney O Callaghan

In the ‘Projected Images’ section John Hooton picked up another prize to finish third.

John Hooton also won the Seamus Scullane Memorial Trophy for the best overall image.

Within the different categories there were themes. Here again Mallow had more success, this time it was the turn of Bill Power. Bill won the best intermediate image in both the ‘Environmental Portraiture’ and ‘People’ sections.

Street Artist by Bill Power
Laura by Bill Power

Here is the list of the other Mallow photographers who also qualified for the National Finals.

Vivien Buckley,Terry Conroy, Jim Heffernan, Brid Coakley, John Flynn, Mary Magner, Neily Curtin, Paddy Feen, Jeremy Kingston.
Well done to all the Mallow photographers you took part.

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