Wangi Workers Camera Club is based at the Wangi Workers Club on the shores of Lake Macquarie at Wangi Wangi NSW
The club’s mission statement is:
“a shared enjoyment of the art and craft of photography in a learning environment”
Go to the about our club page for information on our club and what we do.
We belong to the Northern Photographic Federation
The August and September newsletters are now up on the web site
Our tutorial for Monday will be a mixture of learning and viewing. Kevin Stokes will discuss his way of Macro photography. There a few ways of doing macro and Kevin will show us with his abilities and skills how he has obtained those classic images. For those members who came on the Hunter Botanical shoot last Friday bring some of your best images in and we can give a critique. Please bring your cameras and macro lens. We are hoping that our travellers on their trip to USA will show some of their images and talk about their experiences taking some of those great images.
Early morning experience in October! We have the opportunity to do an early morning shoot on Wednesday Oct 11th. Mike Fidler’s property at Martinsville for a” Hideout” early “Bird” shoot. Mike will be at hand for any advise to those wanting to set up their cameras to catch your images. After the shoot there will be a hot breakfast served and a chance to experience the bird environment which surrounds Mike’s property. We will follow up with our tutorial on Monday 25th to do a critique on members images on their day of shooting. Find out more next Monday!
Thanks to the members who helped make a great social day out yesterday at The Hunter Region Botanic Gardens.
It is spring time! So time to get out with your camera.
Friday 15th September at 10am. Let’s meet at Hunter Region Botanic Gardens (5km north of Hexham bridge, Heatherbrae) We will have lunch in the cafe at the garden.
Dust off your Macro lens and maybe get that shot to enter the Gardens Photography Competition which closes 27th September.
Let me know if coming by signing sheet at our meeting tonight or email me firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 0413849846
Just a reminder for those who wish to enter the Sutherland Shire National Exhibition of Photography(SSNEP) you have just over a week as it will be closing on the Wednesday 13th September.
A further reminder for those wishing to enter the Hunter Botanic Gardens that will be closing 3.00pm Wednesday 27th September.
There is further information in regards entering both competitions on the club website.
Closing date for the FCC Inter Club Competition.
The FCC inter club comp closing on the 15th Sept. Dave Vane has offered to take prints to Sydney and Bettina Damme is willing to collect entries and payments at our comp night on 11th September. (next Monday night!).
FCC INTERCLUB 2017 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
A reminder to members that your membership fees need to be paid to be eligible to enter the August Competition, so if you haven’t already paid you fees bring your $35 on Monday evening!
Another successful NPF scavenger hunt and exhibition/voting night.
The results, with the images, are now available on the NPF website.
A reminder that it is less than 2 weeks to the Closing Date of 13th August 2017