Waverley Camera Club

May 2019 Workshop – Your camera: function and maintenance

by on May.20, 2019, under Workshops

Your camera: function and maintenance with Joe Skuza from CCD camera service

Tuesday 21 May 2019, 7:30pm – Main Hall, Mount Waverley Community Centre

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Warrnambool weekend away – April 2019

by on May.18, 2019, under Outings

Historically the WCC annual trip away has been over the March Labour Day weekend. This year having ANZAC day on a Thursday provided an opportunity for many of our members to have a four day break using one day of leave! The other good thing about changing the time of year – we didn’t have to get out of bed so early for the dawn shoot!

Vicki Moritz - Horse buckingOur programme was rather diverse and for me the highlight was the opportunity to take photos of the veterans at the local RSL after the 2 Anzac day marches. On the first morning of the trip we turned up at the RSL with a frame and backdrop and spent the next few hours rounding up clientele from the bar. They grew a little more relaxed as the day went on. Some great people, interesting faces, family portraits, we had the lot. And a special mention to Jan Mallett for holding the reflector!

Stephen Hilton - DedicationOur original schedule underwent a few changes! Due to the weather we didn’t go to far afield for the dawn shoots. Luckily we discovered the race horses training on the beach at the breakwater- just near a very nice café. We did venture to Port Fairy to shoot the lighthouse at dawn and the weather was kind to us- which is not to say a couple of our more enthusiastic members didn’t get their feet wet when some large waves came by! On the way back from Port Fairy we stopped off at the Tower Hill wildlife reserve – friendly emus and a lot of bird life.

Russell Lucas - Proudfoots Dull Dawn

Other places we went to capture some nice images- Proudfoots on the river at dawn, Stingray Bay, Point Ritchie and Thunder point (which lived up to its name with thundering waves and sea spray)! We also visited the Maritime museum, where the high point for me was the blacksmith generating lots of sparks. Stephen Edmonds - Giving the coast its nameSome of our members also visited Childers Cove and the Bay of Isles area, but the weather wasn’t kind enough to make these a dawn or dusk option.

The Shipwreck coast lived up to its name and we heard of an uninsured yacht breaking free from its moorings and ending up against a cliff face to the east of Warrnambool. Sadly I think the yacht is still there.

A range of photos from the trip are now online in a gallery. Do have a look. We are also welcoming suggestions for an inland venue for the trip away next year. Please send through any ideas you may have.

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Learn the power of the Wacom tablet with Karen Alsop

by on May.08, 2019, under Special interest groups

Special Event with Karen Alsop at the Creative Special Interest Group

Get control over your editing and learn the power of the Wacom

Tuesday 14 May 2019 – 7:30pm
Mount Waverley Community Centre, Craft Room

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May 2019 ‘Portrait’ results

by on May.07, 2019, under Competitions

Judge: Christopher Ian

Set subject EDI

Anthony Pearsall - Contempt
Intermediate: Anthony Pearsall – Contempt

Anthony Yap - Princess
Advanced: Anthony Yap – Princess

Open EDI

Phillip Harris - Collared
Intermediate: Phillip Harris – Collared

Russell Lucas - Dragon Head Rock Dusk 1
Advanced: Russell Lucas – Dragon Head Rock Dusk 1

Open Print

Tim Keane - Zebra Plain
Intermediate: Tim Keane – Zebra Plain

Rosie Hughes - FARMER AND HIS BUFFALO
Advanced: Rosie Hughes – FARMER AND HIS BUFFALO

Creative EDI

Alan Bennett - Double vision

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Intermediate Photoshop training

by on May.06, 2019, under Workshops

Special event: Intermediate Photoshop training
Presented by Geoff Shaw
Wadham House, Wednesday 8th May 2019, 7:30pm

Update: Intermediate Photoshop (3.5MB PDF) notes are available, may be of use even if you did not attend the workshop.

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Alfred Nicholas Gardens outing – May 2019

by on Apr.22, 2019, under Outings

Our Monthly Outing for May will be to the Alfred Nicholas Gardens, 1A Sherbrooke Road, Sherbrooke on Sunday 19th May 2019. Due to the Warrnambool Weekend Away and Mother’s Day, the Outing is a little later in the month than usual.

Entry to the Gardens is FREE.

This will be an opportunity to capture Autumn in the Dandenongs. We can meet at 10AM to miss the crowds and may encounter some mountain mist to include in your images.

Casual lunch together at Olinda, (2.4km from the Gardens), at your expense. Details to be confirmed.

Please register for the outing and confirm your seat for lunch, at outings@waverleycameraclub.org by 5PM, Friday 17th May 2019.

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April 2019 Workshop – Using Colour for the perfect B&W

by on Apr.14, 2019, under Workshops

For our April workshop we are very lucky to have professional photographer Ian van de Wolde joining us.

16 April 2019 – 7:30pm
“Using Colour for the perfect B&W”
Ian Van de Wolde

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Portraits and laneways in Melbourne

by on Apr.07, 2019, under Outings

The weather for our outing last Sunday was ideal, overcast with no sun or harsh shadows.

After a train trip into the city by most, we met under the clock at Melbourne Central and viewed the Iconic Women Exhibition, including images of Olivier Newton-John, Audrey Hepburn and Nicole Kidman, to name just a few. It gave us some inspiration in portrait/creative photography as most images had some sort of graphic added to them.

We stuck together, heading towards Fed Square via laneways and alleys, including Tattersalls Lane, Croft Alley, Duckboard/ACDC and Hosier Lane. Luckily we were able to experience the opening ceremony of a new restaurant in Tattersalls Lane; the cameras were clicking!

Ross Eddington -Restaurant Opening

A coffee break on the way was also a must!

We were looking forward to sampling some French cuisine but the Fed in French Festival was cancelled due to poor weather conditions. Saturday had brought rain and hail on and off during the day. Never the less, there seemed to be a lot of images captured during our walk from Melbourne Central.

It was 12 noon so we enjoyed lunch together at the Rooftop Bar of Taxi; overlooking the Yarra and Southbank. The Outing was enjoyed by all.

Photos from this outing can be found in the outing gallery.

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April 2019 ‘Landscape/Seascape’ results

by on Apr.02, 2019, under Competitions

Judge: Tom Putt

Set subject EDI

Tim Keane - Kodak Pass
Intermediate: Tim Keane – Kodak Pass

Trace O'Rourke - Yarra Fog
Advanced: Trace O’Rourke – Yarra Fog

Open EDI

Ross Eddington - Sweeping Changes
Intermediate: Ross Eddington – Sweeping Changes

Russell Lucas - Rye Rock 1
Advanced: Russell Lucas – Rye Rock 1

Open Print

Ray Stabey - Kangaroo Island Pelican
Intermediate: Ray Stabey – Kangaroo Island Pelican

Vicki Moritz - Spirit coming in
Advanced: Vicki Moritz – Spirit coming in

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‘Iconic Women: The Exhibition’ & Fed in French festival outing – Sunday 31 March 2019

by on Mar.20, 2019, under Outings

Bonjour mes amis!

Our Monthly Outing for April falls on Sunday 31th March! Ooh la la! Firstly we will be visiting Iconic Women: The Exhibition at Melbourne Central.

Then we walk to Federation square whilst practicing some street photography before photographing (and of course partaking in) the Fed in French food festival in Federation Square.

When

  • 10:00am – Meet in Melbourne Central. We will peruse the iconic portrait exhibition
  • 10:30am – We take in the city streets and lanes walking down to Federation Square
  • 11:30am – Fed in French food festival in Federation Square
    Enjoy French gastronomy (don’t forget to take photos!

Price

Free – There are no costs for this outing apart from your own transport, food and drink consumption.

More info…

Helen is away in Japan during this outing, so once again Anthony Yap is coordinating (thanks again Anthony) and Ross Eddington is taking registrations (thanks again Ross!)

We propose to travel in by train but, please let Ross know your preferred mode of travel when you register.

Please register at outings@waverleycameraclub.org by Friday 5:00pm 29 March 2019.

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