Friday, 23 June 2017

Water Splash Photography Made Easy

Water Splash Photography Made Easy @ Digital Photography School

How exciting is it to freeze things in action? High-speed photography and water make the perfect recipe to get stunning images – and creating them is incredibly fun and easy too! Here are some tips for doing your own water splash photography.


Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Camera Club reminder

Hi all

The next meeting of the camera club will be Wednesday 14th June, next Wednesday, in the RSL hall at 7.00pm

This will be a camera skills night,so please bring – your camera plus tripod, flash light, object to photograph and backdrop.

Please also bring your entry into the monthly Capture an Idea competition. This month it is Liquid.

Your homework was to review your portfolio piece. This month it is Street Photography, but we can still review Landscape / Flora and Fauna. Please send your photo by email to Alan Cole by Monday evening.

Reminder also to get your entry ready for the Flowerdale Landcare photography competition.
The next meeting of the Show committee will be next Tuesday the 13th June at 11.00am in the Y Centre.


UPDATED > 2017 Redlands International Exhibition of Photography!

Australian International

Please forward to your members!
285 Awards!
APS Approval 2017-13 & PSA Approval 2017-179
AUD$10.00 for the first section and AUD$5.00 for each additional section.
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2017 Redlands International Exhibition
Of Photography

Monday May 29th
Monday July 17th
Saturday August 5th
Reports emailed
Saturday August 19th
Award Presentation and Exhibition Opening
Friday August 25th
2017 > 7pm
Cleveland Uniting Church,
36 Passage Street, Cleveland, Qld Australia.
Friday August 25th
to Sunday August 27th 2017
Cleveland Uniting Church,
36 Passage Street, Cleveland
Print and Digital each contain six sections
Open Traditional (definitions apply - see entry form)
Nature (Nature definitions apply - see entry form)
Photo Journalism
(PSA definitions apply - see entry form)
Photo Travel (PSA definitions apply - see entry form)

Monochrome (PSA definitions apply - see entry form)

Our mailing address is:
Redlands Camera Club
PO Box 982
Capalaba Post Shop, Capalaba,
Qld 4157, Australia.

Copyright © 2017 Redlands Camera Club, All rights reserved.

FiPP 2017 Now Open

The photography award the world is coming to love...

Entries for the 4th biennial Fremantle International Portrait Prize (FiPP 2017) are now invited

Yep, it's time. You have until 11 August to enter.

Find the link to our official entry portal on the home page of our website and enter to win part of this $13,500 prize pool:
  • $5,000 cash (First Prize, Camera Section).
  • $1,000 cash (First Prize, Mobile Phone Only Section)
  • Nikon D810 professional digital SLR with AF-S Nikkor 85mm F1.4G portrait lens valued at $5,000 and supplied by Nikon Australia
  • $1,500 professional image editing computer monitor by Eizo.
  • $1,000 Broome pearls from Cygnet Bay Pearls
Entry fees from FiPPs assist Arthritis and Osteoporosis Western Australia with its community assistance programs.

If you would like to read the competition's Rules & Regulations before you get started you can do so by clicking that text or downloading a PDF copy for later consideration.
In our last email we incorrectly labelled the image to the left as being from the USA. In fact the author, Ferne Millen, is from Victoria, Australia! AUS, not USA. Apologies to Ferne for this error.
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SOUTH FREMANTLE, Western Australia 6162

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Monday, 17 April 2017

Notes from last camera club meeting

Meeting of the Yea Camera Club April 12th in the RSL at 7.00pm
Present:Alan Cole / Alan Synnott / Joy Clayton and John Clayton / Ann and Andrew Potts / Kerry Gouldthorpe / Phil Glowacki / Michael Minter / Stuart McLennan / Gidget Knight / Marie  Hanby / Ann Anstey.
Apology : Colin Whiteway
Kerry handed out a proposed schedule for our outing to the city on Sat 29th April. A very full day to be adjusted as the day develops. Meet at RSL at 8.00am.
John and Phil won the senior sections of the UGLN photography competition.
Paul Robinson gave a presentation on Long Exposure and Blur.
Long Exposure. Night time photography – no tripod ( use any firm construction as a support) very high ISO – X000 and large aperture and short time exposure. No flash – use available commercial lighting.
For moon photos – max aperture ISO 800  30 sec.
Blur – Paul showed examples of blurring techniques, using camera movement and zoom while shutter open.
Paul cold judged the Shadows prints for Capture an Idea.
Results                                    Judged                                                                                      Peer Choice
First                                          Alan Cole                                                                                 Andrew Potts
Merit                                       Andrew Potts
Highly Commended          Gidget Knight
                                                  Ann  Anstey
Results for March Industry / Machinery
Judged by Peter Kewley                                                                                                      Peer Choice
First                                          1st   John Clayton                                                                  Alan Cole
H.C. Phil Glowacki and Ann Anstey
Merit Ann Potts

The folio pieces Landscape or Flora / Fauna were critiqued by members,
Next month’s Folio piece is Street Photography.
Capture an Idea is Motion/Movement.
Next meeting Wednesday 10th May  

Please note that the Sunday 18th June workshop with Emma Gillette on textures has been cancelled