What a corker this promises to be, ‘Posing People for Pictures’ with Yana Martens, to be held in the Craft Room at Mt Waverley Community Centre on Tuesday 21st March at 7.30pm.
Tuesday’s workshop night is a hands on photography shoot in the city. Don’t let the title of City Walk fool you, there will be street photography, sunset photography, low light photography and night photography and all of the challenges that these totally different techniques bring. We will start with a short talk on the techniques of the photography that we will be conducting and we will have Dave Sumner and Anthony Yap providing assistance and mentoring those who are not sure or are struggling with techniques etc.
The night will be as short or as long as you want to make it but to succeed then you will need to ensure that you prepare your equipment prior to Tuesday and also take the following with you.
- Your camera
- Tripod is essential for night photography (the club has several that can be borrowed, see image below)
- Remote Shutter Release is not essential but would be an advantage
- CHARGED BATTERIES in capitals because there is always someone who forgets to charge their battery
- Spare memory card (just in case)
- Appropriate clothing for day and night time
See you there
Yes its that time again and this is the last workshop for 2016 and it is a Slow Shutter Speed Workshop at Mentone Beach. The night commences at 7.30pm meeting at the Groyne situated opposite the end of Warrigal Road. See map below.
Also, Alistair Wilson’s guide to Filters in the Landscape can be found HERE
Sorry everyone but, due to a power outage that has affected Craig’s property and some other members who live in the same area I believe, tomorrow’s Sports Photography Session as had to be cancelled. Craig wasn’t able to produce his lesson plan so he will hopefully be able to organise the session for next month.
This Monday night’s training will be a presentation by Dave Sumner on Nature Photography.
The presentation is upstairs at Wadham House at 7.30pm for a 7.45pm start. From location to wildlife park, we will discuss everything from nature competition definitions to planning a nature shoot and there will be a question and answer session at the end. We will also talk about equipment, accessories and locations as well how to go about getting the shots.
Hope to see you there, please don’t forget to RSVP as per the bottom of the flyer below.