MyPhotoClub news: Mosman Photography Awards EXTENDED! - closes 5th July 2020
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Whether your passion is photography or movie making, our Club can meet all your needs. Regular presentations by inspirational Guest Speakers and monthly Competitions which are judged by professional Judges and/or Photographers continually provide new techniques and ideas on how to advance your photographic skills.

Visitors are welcome and age is not a barrier. Check our Calendar or drop by on any Tuesday evening depending on your preference, i.e. Still Photography Group meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday and the Movie Maker Group meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday.

If you wish to join any of our weekly on-line meetings please contact our Secretary on 0409744071.

About Us

In the current situation the Wollongong Camera Club are operating as an online Camera Club for financial members and  invited guests.

Photography Group meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm
Movie Makers Group meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm
If you would like to talk to someone please contact the Club Secretary on 0409744071. Leave a message if unanswered and we will reply ASAP.

 

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Upcoming Events
Jul
14
Tue
2020
7:30 pm PG : GUEST SPEAKER – GLENN SMITH...
PG : GUEST SPEAKER – GLENN SMITH...
Jul 14 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Spoke to Glenn and he tells me that there will be Lightroom, Topaz and PowerPoint presentations. Should be good to listen to him and see how he gets those great images.
Jul
20
Mon
2020
9:00 am OUTING to THE AUSTRALIAN BOTANIC... @ The Australian Botanic Gardens
OUTING to THE AUSTRALIAN BOTANIC... @ The Australian Botanic Gardens
Jul 20 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Information has been emailed to members. Please contact the Secretary for more details.
Recent Posts Archives

Photography Group May 2020 Newsletter Published

Another month of COVID-19 Restrictions with self isolation at home and no opportunity to meet face-to-face. Yet our Club has continued to function with three meetings for our members; Presentation, Monthly Competition and the Coffee & Chat Morning Tea drawing members to socialise on line through Zoom Conferencing Meetings. Other Club meetings also continue to meet as scheduled.

This month’s Photography Group’s Newsletter covers the “Sharing Your Images, Through Audio Visuals”, Monthly Competition (Nature) and a sip of virtual coffee with a variety of discussions items.

The Club’s APS Challenge Cup Entries have been finalised and uploaded to the APS site. Thanks to everyone that supported the Club with their Pre-Selections entries, with the Club receiving 63 images from 20 members. Congratulations to those with images representing the Club.

At the current time it is expected that all of June’s Meetings will continue to be on-line using Zoom. However don’t forget to consult the Club’s Calendar and review all activities.

by Bruce Shaw, May 29, 2020 Share:

2020 APS Challenge Cup Pre-Selection Results now available

I am so pleased with the final selection made by the Team and you are now able to see how you went. Please visit the Clubs competition page :-

Look for APS Preselection

by Brian Harvey, May 28, 2020 Share:

Results for competitions in May 2020 Digital

There were 3 entries that gained our highest award(s).

Members can view all images and comment on them by following this link
View / Comment entries in May 2020 Digital

click here to see a pdf catalog of all competition results

A NEW START
Wayne Fulcher – Best In Section
All Grades – Set Subject – Nature

Hummingbird
Susanne Souter – Merit
All Grades – Set Subject – Nature

Seagull for Dinner_
Dawne Harridge – Merit
All Grades – Set Subject – Nature

by Tim Porteous, May 27, 2020 Share:

Results for competitions in May 2020 Print – Digital Judging

There were 10 entries that gained our highest award(s).

Members can view all images and comment on them by following this link
View / Comment entries in May 2020 Print – Digital Judging

click here to see a pdf catalog of all competition results

Kestrel and Lizard 2
Susanne Souter – Best In Section
A Grade monochrome – Set Subject Nature Print

Bird On A Wire
Susanne Souter – Best In Section
A Grade colour – Set Subject Nature Print

Rough Waves
Alexander Dawson – Best In Section
B Grade colour – Set Subject Nature Print

Ice Meets Rock
Karen Childs – Best In Section
B Grade monochrome – Set Subject Nature Print

Mushrooms
Sue Martin – Merit
A Grade monochrome – Set Subject Nature Print

Dettifoss Falls
Jill Bartlett – Merit
A Grade monochrome – Set Subject Nature Print

Neon Cuckoo Bee
Sue Martin – Merit
A Grade colour – Set Subject Nature Print

A Family Affair
Ruth Brooks – Merit
A Grade colour – Set Subject Nature Print

Bee At Work
Cheryl Thompson – Merit
B Grade colour – Set Subject Nature Print

After The Bushfire
Tim Hoevenagel – Merit
B Grade monochrome – Set Subject Nature Print

by Tim Porteous, May 27, 2020 Share:

Next Everyone Competition

Capture a view from a window. The window can be from home or any location and not necessarily recent/lockdown related

There is one entry per person and you are asked to provide a contextual comment about the image. The scorer will be able to read the comment when scoring this image.

The subject is inspired by the NSW Art Gallery – From my window exhibition. As will all competitions on this site, entry, and scoring is open to all members of clubs using MyPhotoClub.

Colin would appreciate feedback on this concept and suggestions for topics.

Use Quick Links Button on home page to go to the website for details and entry form.

by Brian Harvey, May 17, 2020 Share:

New Club Clothing May 2020

We have now completed the catalogue ready for you to order any of the new apparel items shown in the “Quick Links” button on the Home Page.

Please read the instructions as to sizing and payments. Reference pages 7 & 8

Cap with Text

by Brian Harvey, May 14, 2020 Share:

Movie Makers May 2020 Newsletter Published

The usual Movie Makers’ Group Newsletter has a different flair about it. Editor, Ian Simpson, has taken a short retrospective look at how 2020 had promised so much in January 2020 had taken a turn for the worst under the different times of Coronavirus/COVID-19 in just a few weeks. The idea of getting ready to commence of public meetings, Club outings and spending time together were pull from under our feet. Ian’s review of the period is very enlightening how a virus could affect so much.

On the brighter side Club members have taken up the gauntlet, learnt new skills on Social Distancing and Self Isolation and headed to their electronic devices (PC, Laptops, smartphones, tablets/iPads) to communicate with each other.  The take up in this area has been amazing. Thanks to everyone responding in this manner.

The Movie Makers Group has continued with a modified programme, all on-line with the aid of Zoom Conferencing/Meeting. There is several articles of the Group’s last couple of meeting; Map Routes by Tom Hunt, a DaVinci Resolve tutorial with John Devenish and not forgetting several videos and AV’s on “Water with Music”.

Read about these and more in the Movie Makers’ May 2020 Newsletter out now. As the world continues to change around us it very important that members regularly check the Club’s Calendar for possible Programme changes. So, sit back in the arm chair with your coffee/tea and enjoy the Newsletter.

by Bruce Shaw, May 3, 2020 Share: