As follow up to October workshop
WHEN: Wednesday 28th November
Where: The rock ledge at the base of Norah Head Lighthouse (30-40 mins away)
Time: Low tide 6.32 am Sunrise 5.37am .Best time to shoot at Norah Head. Ideally from low tide to about half tide (3hrs after the low) would be the correct time and the early morning for the “golden hour”, the first hour after sunrise would be the best light. Continue reading
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”
If we could all meet at the Morisset round-about near the Golf Course at 10.45am Saturday 28th and sort car sharing out , that will minimise the number of people driving down.
If don’t plan to meet at 10.45am, can you send me a text on 0413849846 so we don’t wait around.
Unfortunately, if it is raining, the event will be cancelled
Check previous post for details of the event
Date: 28th April
Lunch: Meet here at 12 noon at The Coffee Club Shop 63
Bateau Bay Square
12 Bay Village Rd
Event Location:1pm at Bateau Bay Skate Park 460 The Entrance Rd, Bateau Bay. (Need to get there early to secure a good spot)
May wish to car pool and can possibly meet at Morisset at 11am.
Sign on sheet at Monday’s meeting.
Ian will be giving a special presentation on Creative Imagery and Composting, There will be a discussion component and a audio video session followed by practical applications using Photoshop and some Photoshop actions.
An early morning experience in October! We have the opportunity to do an early morning shoot on Wednesday Oct 11th. at Mike Fidler’s property at Martinsville for a early” Hideout” 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. You need to be at Mike’s by about 0615 to 0630 for setup at the hideout. There will a mud map available on our next club meeting on the 9th Oct. Please let Colleen know 0413849846 for breakfast as there will token fee of $5 for a smashing breaky. After breakfast there will a chance to play with life size Chess pieces or a challenge with Mike with a game of croquet and Bocce!
PART 2-We will follow up with our tutorial on Monday 23rd to do a critique on members images on their day of shooting,and perhaps a peoples choice!
Over the years Rainee has won numerous awards at State( Gold, Silver Distinction, Silver), National (Silver) and International (Bronze and Silver) levels. Rainee was a Finalist for NSW AIPP Family Photographer 2015 and NSW AIPP Creative Photographer 2015. In 2016 Rainee won NSW AIPP Family Photographer of the year and was awarded Australian AIPP Family Photographer of the year 2016 finalist. We will have the pleasure of Rainee telling us how she started her business and will then show us how she is able to set up those all important family portrait shots to bring those winning images.