Below is some information from Albert on tonight’s workshop (after our AGM), do come along and find something new to do at home!
Do you have enough photography ideas to keep yourself busy during weekends or rainy days? Albert Tay has done a lot and will be sharing the secrets behind his Levitation and Multiplicity photos. He will talk about the preparation, setup, tips and go through the post processing (if time permits).
- WOW photography – a reveal
- Breaking the ‘magician’s oath’
- Story and inspiration behind the shoots
- Levitation (self portraits)
- Levitation (products)
- Preparations – ideas, concepts, locations, props and setup
- Before & After
- Learning by example – props, tools and post processing
Join us tonight on Zoom for a workshop with Naomi Sherman on Ugly-Beautiful – Making canned stew look delicious.
Tuesday 19 July 2022 – 7:30pm via Zoom
Our June workshop will include a hands on section so make sure you bring your camera to practice photographing things that move.
Tuesday 21 June 2022 – 7:30pm
On Tuesday March 15 we have our monthly workshop being held at the Mount Waverley Community Centre in the main hall commencing at 7:30PM. This month our guest will be Craig Wetjen presenting Portrait Photography.
You are right to be thinking that Craig’s name seems familiar to you – he was our judge for the club’s end of year competitions last year. Craig has over three decades of experience in the industry and has won countless awards. He has published his own book in the portrait genre, Men and Their Sheds, and has been involved in teaching at a tertiary level for many years. Craig is an enthusiastic and engaging presenter and we are thrilled that Craig is joining us again for this workshop.
You may note that our set subject for the club’s May competition (due for submission on April 5th) is “Portrait”, making this a very timely workshop and I am sure Craig will be providing plenty of valuable tips.
With regards to COVID-19, Monash Council have advised that masks are no longer mandatory in the Hall, although other restrictions are still in place:
- Attendees must be fully vaccinated to enter a community facility & provide proof to your group representative;
- attendees must check into the facility via the QR Code or register via the manual registration provided; and
- use hand sanitiser on entry & through your occupation of the facility.
We hope to see you there from 7:30PM tomorrow (March 15).
Our November workshop will feature Julia Coddington, an internationally renowned street photographer who has exhibited around the world and has had much success in international street photography competitions.
Tuesday 16 November 2021, 7:30pm via Zoom.
Join us for our workshop where Peter Eastway – one of the best landscape photographers and workshop presenters in this country – will be looking at Capture One photo editing software.
Tuesday 19 October 2021, 7:30pm via Zoom
Our September workshop will be on Fine art Printing with Daniela Barth.
Tuesday September 21st 7:30pm – Online via Zoom.
We have a couple of things happening tonight over Zoom.
First up, we have the club’s AGM commencing at 7:30PM. I appreciate this may not be everyone’s cup-of-tea, but it is an important event on the club calendar.
The AGM will be immediately followed by a workshop on post-processing software options led by Geoff Shaw, and ably assisted by John Noble on this occasion. This is the first part of a two-part series looking at alternatives to the usual Adobe suite of products (Bridge, Camera Raw, Photoshop, Lightroom etc.). The second part will be presented later in the year.
See you tonight.
Scott McNaughton is a professional photojournalist working for Fairfax media after graduation from PSC in 1999 – where he now teaches.
Join us tonight at 7:30pm over Zoom!
Please note that our workshop on Tuesday 15 June 2021 has been cancelled. This workshop is not practical to be done over Zoom and current COVID restrictions limit an in-person workshop to groups of up to 10 people.