The creative talents of members were again on display in the monthly competition with “Numbers” as the set theme for projected images. Over 35 images were submitted for judging by Gillianne Tedder a leading photographer in the field of engineering and industrial photography. Gillianne's expert critique is invaluable in helping members improve and refine their own photographic skills. The results of monthly competition were: Image of the night: Volume and Tone: C
In the May meeting of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club, Dave Kemp presented on the subject of ‘low key’ photography. Members tried their hand at photographing volunteer models in improvised studios, with some remarkable results! The winners of the May competition were: BLACK AND WHITE: Gold Phil Warburton - Bridge in the mist (below) Silver Dave Kemp – Up and over Karen Reisma – Beck Jeanette Robben – Dandelion COLOUR Gold
The Tomakin Community Association have announced that their 2020 Calendar Photo Competition is now open. Entries opened at 8am Saturday 1st June 2019 and close at 5pm Friday 30th August 2019. The TCA invites amateur photographers to enter the 2020 Tomakin calendar photographic competition. We are seeking photos that highlight our beautiful village of Tomakin and our surrounding beaches, river etc. to be published in the 2020 Tomakin Calendar. Each entrant can submit up to thr
The next meeting of Narooma Camera club will be on Tuesday 21st May.
This will be hosted by Shirley and Brain Gunter where they will share photos of the recent Perisher Valley Club outing.
Open competition photos will be shown and positive discussion and comments will be provided by the members present.
They are a small and friendly group who meet at Club Narooma at 7pm each third Tuesday of the month.
Visitors and new members welcome. #Narooma #Weekly #Photography
Members of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club met on Tuesday, April 23rd at 7pm at Tomakin Hall for their monthly meeting. The competition subject for the evening was “Geometry” and members presented many interesting images. Judge for the night was Dan Crowley from the Shoalhaven Photographic Club. Club member Brian Gunter presented some of his late son Mark Gunter’s photographic work as professional cycling sports photographer and also from the yearly competition in Marks nam
Once again the members attending the March meeting of the Eurobodalla Photographic club submitted an outstanding collection of images to the monthly competition. The topic was left to individual photographers with a wide rage of subjects chosen from local landscapes, wildlife, portraits, plants, and exotic scenes from Bolivia, Asia and Africa. The images were skillfully critiqued and assessed by Judy Parker of the Canberra Photographic Society.
Members were advised of upcom
Entries are being accepted for the popular Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden photographic competition. Now in its sixth year, entrants have a chance to win cash prizes and their image included in the garden’s 2020 calendar. Garden manager Michael Anlezark said the annual exhibition had continued to grow since the competition seed was sown in 2013. “It’s a great showcase for our photographers. The quality of entries is so high and so diverse, it’s quite a job to shortlist th
South Coast photographer Elise Searson (below) is one of 100 female photographers chosen for a special exhibition for International Women's Day. Elise, from Batemans Bay, was chosen as one of the artists included in the Loud and Luminous national photography exhibition recognising and celebrating the contribution of contemporary women in the photographic arts in Australia. The project is designed to empower the girls and women of today and tomorrow to chase in their dreams he
The February meeting of the Eurobodalla Photography club welcomed John Frazer from St Peters Broulee as our guest judge for the night. The set topic was Sand which gave photographers plenty of scope within the shire. Entries for the monthly competition ranged from sand sculptures and exotic landscapes to textures, tracks and objects in the sand. John, as an experienced professional photographer and teacher, provided expert critiques of the submitted entries. Later in the even
Local photographers started the year in fine form, with many beautiful images being shown at the Eurobodalla Photographic Club’s first meeting of 2019. As usual, there was an educational component in the evening, with Dave Kemp and Heath Barkley demonstrating techniques for cleaning and keeping camera equipment clean. Dave Kemp also demonstrated how to easily re-calibrate lenses to ensure the sharpest possible focus. The material from his presentation has been loaded to the
What makes a great wildlife photograph? Well, great subjects are essential but so are great photographic techniques.. Mogo Zoo is now offering you an opportunity to take great wildlife photographs. Not only does the zoo have great subjects but it will provide a professional nature photographer to help participants gain a solid understanding of photographic techniques. You will learn the procedures used by the pros to capture stunning shots. These techniques will prove invalua
The November Narooma Camera Club competition night had many of the great presidents from over the years present for a retrospective of co founder of the NCC ( 1999) - Peter Robertson - giving an insight into his journey of photography from a little tacker to present day. The judge on the night - and also co founder - David Dare added to the wealth of the night with his comments and advise to many.
Narooma Camera Club was started in May, 2000 sharing ideas and photos with a
Xmas is approaching very quickly now and local photogrpaher Sue Hutcheson's 2019 Calendars are out and have been going like hotcakes!
If you are interested in one of these beauties then let Sue know ASAP .
The calendars are A4 size picture and A4 size month section, a good size with nice big boxes to write in.
Payment and Postage takes around 2 weeks so bear that in mind if you are procrastinating.
They are $20 each. Sue can post them out as well if you are not loc
Animals in the Wild photography competition | Group exhibition When: Monday 5 November 2018 - Every weekday, until 25th Nov 2018 Time: 10am - 4:30pm Photo: Nick Hopkins Where: Batemans Bay and Narooma libraries and the Council reception foyer in Moruya Cost: Free The Animals in the Wild exhibition features 48 images from the shortlist of the third and fourth years of this popular Eurobodalla photographic competition. All are welcome to see the exhibition, which is available t
The October meeting of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club featured a competition for members on the topic of ‘decay’. The judge for the night was Ivan Findlay from Narooma. Ivan applied his expertise as a judge for over 10 years and he gave detailed critiques of each of the entries. There was a wide range of interpretations of the topic by members. Competition Winners: Colour Gold Awards: Mick Newnham – ‘Second Life” Rob Geraghty – “Rusty Wheels” Dave Kemp – “R.I.P
What a great night we had at our latest club meeting Tuesday night (25th Sept)! Ben Eyles did an absolutely great job judging the monthly competition, which was Open and printed only, giving positive comments on everyone’s entries which was much appreciated. He also gave a talk on using off-camera Flash, bringing along his collection of flash equipment and also showed some of his photos using flash and reflected light. Ben is a photography teacher at Wodonga TAFE with a decad
The annual photographic competition at the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden is now open and has already received high praise. “Every year it just gets better and better” one early visitor declared. This year saw a record 260 entries received from local, regional and interstate photographers; and then came the difficult task of culling some of the entries simply because of lack of space! This year, with the addition of extra display stands, organisers were able to select, f
Hundreds of photographs showcasing the beauty of the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden are currently on display. The exhibition at the Garden follows the annual call for entries for the Friends of the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden group’s 2019 calendar. This year the 206 photographs in the exhibition were painfully selected from more than 260 entries. Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden Manager Michael Anlezark said all photographs in the exhibition were taken within
Rob Geraghty, who is an excellent photographer and seasoned traveller, treated the members of The Eurobodalla Photographic Club, at their August meeting, to a talk about his recent trip to Antarctica. Rob’s talk included amazing photographs of scenery and wildlife in the Falkland Islands, South Georgia as well at the Antarctic itself. Rob described the special photographic challenges of taking great shots in the Antarctic environment. The Eurobodalla Photographic Club enliste
Our local amateur photographers presented a variety of wonderful photographs at their July meeting. The theme was “open” so members were free to present any of their photographs! Heath Barkley presented an educational session on how to set up a studio for portrait photography. The meeting is a social function as well as a learning opportunity and Sue Hartland provided excellent homemade cakes for all! The judge for the competition was Helen McFadden from the Canberra photog
Friends of Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens in partnership with the Eurobodalla Shire Council would like to give all photographers the opportunity to enter the Gardens 2018 Photographic Competition. Entry to the competition is free. All entrants have a chance to win cash prizes and have their images selected for inclusion in the 2018 Botanic Gardens Calendar. Funds raised from the sale of this popular calendar are used to support the further development of the Botanic Gar
On a cold winters morning at 7am a good number of the members of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club queued outside the gate of the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden. About 15 members of the Eurobodalla Photographic Club braved the cold on Saturday 30th June to try and get some great images to enter into the Botanic Gardens yearly photographic competition.
The Botanic Gardens runs a photographic competition where chosen images will feature in the next years calendar and t