The subject set by Heather for the month of May was 'Leading Lines.
Leading Lines or Lead In Lines are used to lead the viewers eye from the edge of an image towards the main subject.
Judges often remark when the line of a path, riverbank or other 'line' leads into the image.
Members found many ways to interpret this in the monthly challenge and 10 members entered 28 images - we had railway lines, pylons, tractor tram lines and many other ideas.
The most 'likes' was tied amongst 3 images - a diagonal stem leading to a 4 spot chaser by Pam Mullings left, field lines leading to a tree by Caroline Wright below and the view along a hotel corridor by Lynda Croft right
The June 2018 Photo Challenge is 'Sunlight'.
Lynda chose the subject in a spirit of hope and optimism, that we will see some sunlight during the month with the longest hours of daylight in the year!
Please have a look at our DCC facebook and get your camera out and have a go.
Sunlight can be interpreted in any way you like - the more unusual the better.
Sunlight through trees, sunlight on water and of course the popular time for photographers at sunrise and sunset.
No points or prizes but just something that might inspire members to get out their cameras and look out for something a bit different to photograph. Have fun trying something that perhaps you have not tried before.
You can enter the challenge but much more than that you will be able to see the photos that are posted. ask questions, share information and keep in touch with fellow members during the summer break.
Club members can take part in the Challenge by going to Devizes Camera Club facebook (not a member? then first join Facebook and then apply to join)