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This page lists the latest photo accomplishments of camera club members. If you won a contest, got published, or have some other good news please let us know.
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Ross Walker won first place in the 2016 Idaho Magazine photo contest.
Becky Smith was named Bear Lake Health Care Foundation "Volunteer of the Year".
Jim Parker had a winter photo published full-page in the December / January 2017 issue of Country Magazine.
Dave Bower had two H/Ms in the November 2016 Iconic Idaho photo contest.
Jim Parker has a photo on the cover of the December 2016 issue of Farm Bureau magazine.
Winners at the 2016 Print Star contest are: Dave Bower, Outdoor Recreation - 1st, Special Effects - 1st, Landscape - Runner Up. Lynette Bower, Historical Buildings - Runner Up. Ross Walker, Action - Runner Up, Special Effects - Runner Up. Bruce Grayum, Wildlife - Runner Up.
Vicky Nelson's ice photo was on Good Morning America. You can see it on the club's Facebook page.
Winners at the 2017 Portneuf Valley Photographic Society juried show were Bruce Grayum 2nd place and H/M, Ross Walker 2nd place, Sherri Bunn two H/Ms, and Linda Walker, H/M.
Ross Walker has a photo on the cover of the April 2017 issue of Idaho magazine.
Bear Lake County Fair 2017 winners were Jim Parker Best of Show and best Chairman's Challenge, Bruce Grayum best color, and Jeannette Johnson best black and white.
Linda and Ross Walker had a display of 24 prints in the art gallery at the Museum of Clean in Pocatello during November 2017.
Ross Walker won second place and honorable mention in the 2017 Idaho Magazine photo contest.
Dave Bower had a winner in the October 2017 Iconic Idaho photo contest.
Winners at the 2017 Print Star contest are: Dave Bower, Three firsts (not sure of the categories) and Sherri Bunn, first and best of show runner-up in wildlife, and first in black and white.