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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

About our Club Competition Calendar 2019 Renew your Fees January Newsletter

Monday Night Tutorial 25th Feb

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For our Monday night tutorial we will have the pleasure of Roy Killian with his vast knowledge of the art of photography, with his special  presention of “Achieving Success in Photographic Exhibitions”. Roy will also talk a little about the benefits of the Photography Society of America (PSA). It should an excellent night and I am sure there will plenty tips to pick from the night.


Sunset Shoot Redhead Beach

Reminder Social Shoot and picnic on Sunday 10th Feb. from 5.30pm. at Redhead Beach

(Have been told that there is event on this weekend, but I haven’t been able to verify)

Bring own picnic, chair etc

Tripod, camera, batteries and filters(if you have them)

Please email Colleen @ pricecolleen54@gmail.com if not on the list and would like to come.

Colleen Price Social Coordinator

Next Tutorial – Mon 28th Jan- “Preserving Memories”

 

We will have the pleasure again this month with Diane Schofield with her presentation how to create a Photobook.
Diane will talk  about “Preserving our memories”  Why do you photograph things and scenes?  How do you use your images?  The presentation will cover suggestion for using images and will concentrate on making a photo book and look at the physical composition of a book. So bring your iPad, tablet, laptop or a pencil and note pad! 

PSA Interclub Nature Selections

https://wangi.myphotoclub.com.au/mypc-club-man-comp-stats/?webform_id=379

Thank you very much to the 18 members who submitted images.

Due to the very short lead time the six images representing the club were chosen last night by myself, Dianne and David Vane who was with us last night. In future there will be a voting system to select images and that will be explained in due course.  Images were selected on Nature Guidelines with story telling being important along with technical excellence.

The six images selected are:

Andrew Gardyne                   Territorial Dispute

Brad Le Broque                      Spying Lunch

Colleen Price                           Turtle Snack Time

David Hansell                         Puffin with Sand Eels

Ian English                              Cicada Emerging

Sue Winsley                             Get in Line

Ian English

Wangi CC PSA Interclub Coordinator

ianenglish999@gmail.com   0411136571