Please use this link to go to the FCC page for results of the Interclub 2018.
Considering we did not enter any prints, just the digital section we should be very pleased and proud of our achievements.
1st Place in Australian Landscape !!….. and overall we achieved 8th Place.
See the link for more results https://photonsw.myphotoclub.com.au
Di (from Perth)
by Dianne English, October 21, 2018
Roy Killen will be our judge for POTY in November
by David Whyte, October 18, 2018
Members who have registered for our Lightroom Tutorial will be getting a direct email with details. If you want to come but haven’t registered then please let Susan know.
See you there
by Susan Hansell, October 3, 2018
Vanessa Blagden is our judge for October’s competition.
Vanessa has judged for us on two other occasions.
Set Subject for the night is ” In the Garden”. (Print)
Mono is Print and Open Colour is EDI.
Good Luck everyone.
by Toni Conquest, September 27, 2018
The September newsletter is now uploaded to our website under the documentation button
by David Whyte, September 24, 2018
Our Lightroom Workshops will be held on each Saturday in October, ie 6, 12, 19, 26, at the Wangi Workers Club, Dobell Room. The Club opens at 10 and we will start at 10.15 for a 2 hour session. John Sharples will be presenting an interactive program based on the course he has given at U3A.
If you haven’t already let Susan know you’ll be coming please email me or respond to this post by 1 October. We might have to limit numbers this time around.
Please bring a memory stick with you on the day. John will be providing some photos and notes that will be the basis of homework.
I’ll confirm everything by email a few days before the first session.
Hope we’ll see you there
by Susan Hansell, September 15, 2018
Our guest speaker will be from the man who loves underwater photography Bill Chambers who’s presentation is called “Colour Perception” – ( ‘Why Don’t My Images Show the Colour I Remember When I Took the Shot?’ )
Everyone perceives colour differently – the presentation explores some of the reasons why – from simply being “Colour Blind” through to the influence of medications such as ‘Viagra’ (that one is always of interest to the fellahs!)… 😉
Something in there for all photographers.
This will an evening not to miss when it comes to understanding “Colour Perception”
by John Frost, September 13, 2018
The votes are in and the winners of the NPF Photo Safari 2018 are now available to view online.
Just follow the view 2018 Results on the NPF myphotoclub site. https://npf.myphotoclub.com.au/mypc-comp-view-results/
by Toni Conquest, August 29, 2018
Our Judge for Set Subject Architecture is Ross Worrall
by Dianne English, August 20, 2018
The August newsletter is now on the website under the documentation tab. I didn’t manage to get all the winning photos loaded as I was running out of time. You can see all entries on the website
by David Whyte, August 20, 2018