Thursday, 18 December 2014


Below is a link to the video of the recent talk delivered to Steyning Camera Club in November 2014 titled: "INKJET PRINTING MASTERCLASS":-

There are no copyright restrictions to this movie - please pass on as you wish.

Best wishes,

John Read
MD - Marrutt Limited

In focus: the state of Australian photojournalism

State Library Victoria is presenting the panel discussion In focus: the state of Australian photojournalism which I believe might be of interest to your members. Would you be able to forward the information below to them? 
In focus: the state of Australian photojournalismDate: 28 January 2015, 6:00pm–7:15pm
Free event, booking required
Book online
Phone: 03 8664 7099
Venue: Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library Victoria
Photographers can get to the heart of a news story in a single shot - hear experts in the field discuss the state of photojournalism in Australia and the world. Former The Age editor Michael Gawenda looks at the changing landscape of photojournalism, in conversation with top photojournalists such as Simon O’Dwyer (The Age), Julie Millowick and Fay Anderson (Monash University).
This event is held in partnership with the Walkley Foundation and complements the 2014 Nikon-Walkley Press Photography exhibition, currently on at the State Library until 8 February.
Many thanks,

Charlotte Oppenheim | Marketing Coordinator | Communications and Marketing 
State Library Victoria | 328 Swanston Street | Melbourne VIC 3000
T +61 3 8664 7534 |

Thursday, 4 December 2014

Photo Comp Closes 9th Jan 2015

To help celebrate the Yea Arts Carnivale and World Wetlands Day,
The Upper Goulburn Landcare Network will be running a photography Competition.
Bring out those cameras and get snapping, some great prizes are available!!!
Click here to go to flyer and here for entry form
Entries open 1st Dec and close 9th Jan
DON'T WASTE TIME. Get your camera out and start snapping.


1. If you haven’t responded to Ann about whether you intend to come to our dinner on Wednesday, could you please do so.We need to finalise our booking.
2. Remember our Capture an Idea competition starts early 2015. You can start taking photos now for that comp.
3. Also start thinking about your photobook topic. Easier than last minute decisions.