COMPUTING students have been showing they have an eye for a good image after entering a photography competition.
The students, who have just celebrated achieving their Level 2 diploma in information technology, were asked to capture the beauty of Chichester Cathedral and then manipulate the image in an innovative way.
The competition was judged by the dean of the cathedral, the Very Rev Nicholas Frayling, who chose Dan Howard’s stunning interpretation of light coming through one of the cloister archways for the first prize.
For his efforts Dan received a high-definition video camera.
Runner-up was Kris Kwan and other placed entries were by Alexis Ruggiero, Thiago Martins, Lee Carlill and Ryan Wright-King.
All students were commended for their hard work and the quality of the images produced.