The Casements Camera Club is presenting its 30th Ebony & Ivory Show at The Casements in Ormond Beach.
The exhibit of black and white images is open to the public through March 30. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday, and 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday. The Casements is located at 25 Riverside Drive.
The show includes 50 images made by 38 photographers, all members of The Casements Camera Club.
An awards reception was held March 3. Entries were judged by Patrick Van Dusen, a retired Daytona State College photography professor who has been involved with the Casements Camera Club since the 1980s.
“I was very impressed with the quality of work I saw,” Van Dusen said. “A beautiful example of the fruition of all of your photography skills. I like black and white, and am curious if anybody still does film; but the digital work is beautifully done, well-printed and well-presented. Everyone should be very proud.”
The winners were:
- Best of Show: "White Waterlily" by Neala McCarten
- First place: "Foggy Ormond Morning" by Skip Lowery
- Second place: "One" by Gloria Lotzer
- Third place: "Ferryboat Captain" by Larry Parker
- The Casements Award: "Old Skool" by Stan Mitchell
“We welcome the public to come out to The Casements to enjoy these award-winning photos along with others on display” Club President Ans van Beek Torkington said.