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Date Event Type Description Facilitator
 24/07/2019

WATER DROP PHOTOGRAPHY

 

Water Drops 

 

Water drop photography produces some stunning images. Tony Luha, one of our most experienced photographers, will be talking about the beginnings of water drop photography – now over a century old – and then demonstrating his own approach and equipment.

 

Jane Speijers
31/07/2019 Members Night

KILLER WHALE PHOTOGRAPHY

 orca - sea pandas

 

Orca photography is not for the faint-hearted! Bremer Bay in Western Australia is in the top ten of worldwide tourist destinations where you can reliably see wild killer whales (Orcinus orca). During the 2019 orca season five of our WCC members - Dennis Friend, Marilyn Honeybun, Keith Lightbody, Kim Stewart and Phil Unsworth - did their best to capture photos while 50 km out to sea on a rocking boat. Come along to hear their stories.

Jane Speijers
07/08/2019 Exhibition

Isolated Objects

An image where the main subject is clearly separated from the background and other elements.

Exhibition Officer
14/08/2019 Guest Speaker

ONLY YOURS – CAPTURING A UNIQUE VISION IN YOUR TRAVEL IMAGES

 

 

Producing thoughtful images that only you could have conceived is a most satisfying way to capture and share your travel experiences and to build on your portfolio of appealing,competitive art photography. Six tips on how to bring back a catalogue of pictures that is highly personalised and curated around your individual insights and style.

Jane Speijers
04/09/2019 Exhibition

Photojournalism/Social Documentary

Photojournalism implies story-telling photographs such as are seen in the news media and periodicals, which may include documentary, contemporary life, illustrative, sport news or human interest.

Social Documentary is concerned with the portrayal and interpretation of society encompassing both human and non-human subject matter. It can include public space, graffiti, socio economic conditions etc which can be depicted without necessarily including human subjects. Social documentary images do portray a story but possibly not as overtly as photojournalistic stories.

In the interest of credibility, contrived situations or photographic manipulations which alter the truth are not acceptable. The story telling value of the photograph shall be weighed more than the pictorial quality.

Exhibition Officer
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