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Archive for November, 2014

Light Trail Workshop – November 2014

by on Nov.21, 2014, under Workshops

Our final workshop of the year was well attended and lots of fun. It was great to see the experienced photographers taking the time to help and guide the beginners. Thanks to Stephen Edmonds for scouting the location and co-ordination.


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WCC – Painting With Pixels

by on Nov.20, 2014, under General

You are warmly invited to attend the opening of the MGA “Painting with Pixels” Exhibition on Sunday 30th November 2014 @ 2pm. Please see RSVP details below.

Please pass this invitation on to your friends and family.


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Workshop Night Tue 18th Nov 2014 – Night Photography Workshop

by on Nov.13, 2014, under Workshops


Tuesday 18th’s workshop is a night shoot. Come along and learn how to take long exposures, manage the lighting and capture creative images at nightime. Equipment you should bring, a camera, a tripod, a torch or headlight and yourself. A remote release would also desirable but not essential. The club has 4 x tripods that can be borrowed but if you wish to borrow one you will need to let someone know so we can pick them up for you, email addresses are on the contact us page. Please see the poster below for more details plus where and when to meet:


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EoY Presentation Evening 2014 – Tuesday Dec 2nd

by on Nov.05, 2014, under Competitions

We have a fantastic evening planned for the End of Year function of 2014, please see the details below:


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Membership Fees for 2015

by on Nov.05, 2014, under General

Waverley Camera Club would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support in 2014 and our new record of members, 117. We sincerely hope that you got a lot out of the club for the year and we do hope to see you in 2015 for a whole new year of photography.

Please note that the WCC membership fees for 2105 are due now and need to be paid before the 30th Dec 2014, please see the notice below:



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Sunday Outing Report – Royal Botanical Gardens Cranbourne

by on Nov.04, 2014, under Outings

The weather didn’t look too bad when I poked my head out of the window at 07.30 and it was still the same at 08.20 when I left the house with my Brother in Law, Gordon who was coming along for the club trip to the Royal Botanical Gardens Cranbourne. However, as we turned into Ballarto Drive and saw the queue of camera club cars at the garden’s closed gates the rain was fairly heavy and the skies looked like it was set for the day. At 9am prompt the gates were opened and the procession of cars headed to the car park. I remember thinking that I’m not getting out of my car until this rain slows a little and I thought we were in for a poor day. However, very shortly after this the rain eased and we got our gear together including raincoats and proceeded to the main entrance. There were around 25 members attending which is just about 25% of our members which is really good, getting people to attend has always been a challenge and Cookie has done a great job this year of managing the outings and getting the attendance up. This was Cookie’s last Sunday outing as the organiser as she has too many commitments for 2015 to be able to continue. Cookie, on behalf of both the members and the committee we would like to thank you for stepping up to the plate and running the Sunday Outings in 2014, you have done an outstanding job. Also welcome to our new member or visitor (not sure which), Tony who seemed to have a great day also.

Members organised and dinner set for 12 noon, we set off into the rain and the short sunny intervals into the gardens to take some shots. Most headed off to the right into the artistic gardens but a couple of us went the other way in the hope that we could see some Bandicoots.




Karen, Kathy and Pete







The rain persisted some more and shelter was sought until the rain stopped and again we emerged into the gardens. This went on about three times when the rain stopped and the weather improved somewhat with clouds and sunny intervals. Just then the Pavilion Café opened so we indulged in hot chocolate and coffee etc. Whilst chatting here, Karen showed us some images of an Australasian Grebe family that she had taken earleir that were sitting on eggs and feeding two hatchlings. So after coffee it was a trip to their location.







The Grebe’s were grabbing a lot of attention but patience paid off and I’m sure we will see more of them in next years nature competition.

Lunch was served in the café and everyone got together which for me is the highlight of the day because people get to know each other at lunch and exchange stories and tips etc. After lunch it was back out to catch a few more Bandicoots and then for us it was off to Dandenong to get some equipment for our Kayaking trip the next day.

I do hope everyone had a great day, I know that I did. Please view the outing images on the gallery HERE

Dave Sumner

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