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Workshop Night Tuesday 19th March @ 7.30pm – The Use of Studio Lighting, a Demo from Kayell

by on Mar.11, 2019, under Workshops

Want to take great portraits, just want to learn about lighting? Then the Workshop Night is for you.

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Intermediate Level Post Production Training with Mark Galer – Sunday 17th March 12.30pm – 5pm

by on Mar.11, 2019, under Workshops

Once again WCC has moved heaven and Earth to get you the best, this is Mark’s second visit to the club. If you’ve never heard of Mark, then here’s some blurb for you:

Mark Galer is a seasoned professional photographer, educator, and author, a former contributing editor for Australian Photography magazine, an Adobe Ambassador and Photoshop Guru. Mark published his 30th book with Focal Press in 2015, has served as a Senior Lecturer and Program Director of the BA Photography course at RMIT University in Melbourne and is a Sony Global Imaging Ambassador.

 

For those who don’t know, the Craft Room is opposite the Main Hall (where we normally meet), if you stand with your back to the Main Hall doors, the Craft Room is in the far left corner.

 

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Developing your own creativity and style with Adrian Donoghue

by on Feb.28, 2019, under Special interest groups, Workshops

On Wednesday 13 March 2019 we have a special event with internationally recognised creative photographer Adrian Donoghue.

7:30pm in the Craft Room at the Mount Waverley Community Centre.

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February 2019 Workshop – Printing with Starleaton and Epson

by on Feb.14, 2019, under Workshops

For our February workshop Starleaton has partnered with Epson to teach us everything we need to know about printing (well, some if it anyway!!)

This means a change of venue to Epson – 1155 Malvern Rd, Malvern, 7.00 pm start. Epson will provide catering.

At our last visit to Starleaton many members came home with excellent prints. In addition to learning about printers, papers and colour management there will be another opportunity to print your images with a range of papers available including fine art papers.

This is a great opportunity – do come along. Please let me know if you are coming so we can assist with numbers for catering. Thanks

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A Taste of Activities for 2019

by on Dec.20, 2018, under Competitions, General, Workshops

The committee has been busy planning activities for next year and we have been guided in this by the responses from the survey in terms of set subjects and workshops. A number of these are now confirmed and our first few competition nights will be as follows:

Month Judge Set subject
February Rob Sloane My home environment
March Jen Fawkes Perspective (monochrome month)
April Tom Putt Land/Seascapes
May Christopher Ian Portrait (also creative section)

So that you can prepare, other possible set subjects are travel, animals, movement, minimalism, food and low key/hi key. Once judges are organised these will be confirmed. The “creative months” will be May/July/September/November, so there is plenty of time to get creative before they are due in!

Workshops currently being organised are printing, black and white photography, low key/high key lighting (Kayell), travel photography, camera function and maintenance, macro photography, astro-photography and more.

We are also well on the way to securing Mark Galer who will be doing a half day workshop on LightRoom where we are hoping to cover some of the more advanced features. The first weekend in March is the likely date for this event and there will be a small charge which will be subsidised somewhat by the club. An advanced photoshop workshop is also being planned so watch this space.

Vicki Moritz
President, WCC

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November 2018 Workshop – Explore the finer points of our cameras

by on Nov.17, 2018, under Workshops

As a result of the weather forecast next Tuesday night – 95% chance of rain and possible thunderstorms – we will not be doing a beach outing for our evening workshop!

Instead we will “stay in” and learn more about our cameras. We will meet at the Mt Waverley Community Centre at 7:30pm where there will be four areas set up for owners of our most common camera brands – Canon, Nikon, Sony and Olympus. Owners of any other brands are welcome to join in – perhaps there is a brand you would like to know more about.

Together we will explore the finer points of our cameras – bring your manuals just in case!

Also a reminder that bookings for the EOY Dinner/Presentation night on Tuesday 4th December close on 23rd November. Book online through TryBooking.

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Book making with Momento

by on Nov.07, 2018, under Workshops

Joint meeting with Camberwell Camera Club.

  • Monday 12 November 2018
  • 7:30pm start
  • Rutherford room, St Johns Anglican Church, 552 Burke Road, Camberwell
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October 2018 Workshop – Mastering the Moment – Steve Scalone

by on Oct.11, 2018, under Workshops

Our October workshop will be Steve Scalone talking about Mastering the Moment – Use of composition and how it relates to the decisive moment.

Teusday 16 October 2018 7.30pm
Mount Waverley Community Centre main hall

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September 2018 Workshop – Portraits with Craig Wetjen

by on Sep.14, 2018, under Workshops

Our guest speaker for the September 2018 workshop is Craig Wetjen – award winning master photographer, educator and author of Men and Their Sheds.

Tuesday 18 September 2018, 7:30pm at the Mount Waverley Community Centre

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August 2018 Workshop – Tom Putt, AGM, and Swap and Sell

by on Aug.17, 2018, under General, Workshops

We are pleased to announce that for our workshop on Tuesday 21 August 2018 we will be in the newly renovated main hall at the Mount Waverley Community Centre.

At 7:30pm we will be holding our Annual General Meeting, members please ensure that you sign in on the night. We aim to keep this as short as possible.

Our main feature of the evening will be a presentation (starting at 8pm) from award-winning fine art landscape photographer Tom Putt.

Our final item of the night is the Swap and Sell. Many items have already been listed via email, but feel free to bring along any other items you no longer need but think other members might.

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