Welcome

Our club is based at the Wangi Workers Club at Wangi Wangi NSW

We meet at the Wangi Workers’ Club in the Dobell Room at 7.00pm on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month.

The club’s mission statement is:

“a shared enjoyment of the art and craft of photography in a learning environment”

Use the green About Us button for information on our club and what we do.

about-us

The 2nd Monday of the month is our competition night.

  • Our Competition Program is available from our website.
  • There are 3 grades, Advanced, A and B. B Grade is usually for beginner photographers.
  • We have photos presented both in print form as well as Digital (EDI) option. (EDI – Electronic Data Images)
  • Both Digital and Print contests require you to enter online on this website and include a digital copy of each entry. This will be displayed in an image gallery on the website
  •  All photographs are displayed and critiqued by the judge on the night. Most judges provide very beneficial feedback, from which we all learn
  • At the end of the year we run our “Photo of the Year”competition (POTY). The photos entered in this competition must be photographs that have been entered in competitions throughout the year.

The 4th Monday of the month is our tutorial night.

  • We have had many and varied tutorials and continue to do so every month.
  • Suggestions from members as to what tutorials they would like to have are very welcome.

Visitors are always welcome to come along however visitors cannot enter any competitions until they become a member of the club. Follow the link under About us for info on joining.

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Help Needed🤔

If you can help with meat raffle this Sunday night 30th July, please contact Dave Vane 0407146866 🍗

by Colleen Price, July 26, 2017 Share:

Offer on studio lights

Are you interested in studio lights?  Here is a message from Brad about a special offer

John Walace from CrKennedy has sent a special offer for Bowens studio light kits

$995 for twin 500 kit —-normal price is over $1800.00
$695 for twin 400 kit ————————-over $1300.00

THESE ARE ONLY FOR NPF CLUBS and should not be resold anywhere, they are end of line stock and will have full warranty, these are full kits and Brand new, very limited numbers. If you are Interested please email
Brad cameraclub4u@gmail.com

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by Susan Hansell, July 21, 2017 Share:

July newsletter

The July Newsletter is now on the web

by David Whyte, July 19, 2017 Share:

Upload problem now fixed

by David Whyte, July 8, 2017 Share:

problem with uploading photos

There is currently a problem with uploading photos, which Colin is fixing, but should be right in about an hour. I will send another message as soon as its OK

David

 

by David Whyte, July 8, 2017 Share:

We are giving away wine and chocolate

As an incentive to encourage more people to enter the set subject we are giving away a lucky draw prize of either a bottle of wine (selected by our resident wine connoisseur ) or a box of chocolates. Each entry in the set subject has a chance to win but you must be there on the night to collect

by David Whyte, July 7, 2017 Share:

Further info about fees

I forgot to add that when you do a direct deposit for  the fees could you put in the description:  Name fees

by David Whyte, July 7, 2017 Share:

Fees are now due

This is a reminder that the camera club fees are now due and have risen to $35.00

The easiest way to pay is by direct deposit to the following bank details

BSB:  650-300 (Newcastle permanent)

Account:  526472301

by David Whyte, July 6, 2017 Share:

Canon Printer for Sale

John and Janet Payne have a printer for sale and will negotiate with anyone  interested.

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by Helen Oliver, July 1, 2017 Share:

NPF agenda Sunday 9th July

Brad has been busy organising the agenda for Sunday NPF festivities. It looks like a great event with some amazing prizes up for grabs. You can find all the details under Members on the main task bar or go straight to this link

NPF agenda Sunday 9th July

 

by David Whyte, June 30, 2017 Share: