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Eurobodalla Photographic Club. High Speed Ahead for the New Year

Australia Day 2021 was the first meeting of the New Year for the Eurobodalla Photographic Club and an exciting programme for the next twelve months began with an open competition remotely judged by Tanya Stollznow a renowned wildlife photographer ( ), followed by a member presentation on high speed photography

In the coming months we have in person presentations and competition judging by some of the countries leading photographers including, Gillian Tedder ( Len Glasser ( ) June Anderson ( ) and later in the year we have a weekend workshop led by Len Metcalf, an award winning photographer and educator ( ).

We have also secured the services of Ben Eyles previously a lecturer in photography at Wodonga TAFE ( ) and Wanda Lach ( ) as remote judges later in the year.

Other programme features for 2021 include presentations on, selective focus, colour management, photoshop and workflow to name a few just a few and members enjoy social meet ups throughout the year and multiple excursions

Our major project for 2021 is to curate an exhibition “Portraits of Volunteers” in the Eurobodalla region this will be ongoing throughout the year and involve all members of our club. This project is supported by a substantial grant from Eurobodalla Council.

Competition Results January 2021 Subject open.

Gold Colour

Hobart Garden – Colin Pass

Rain Song – Rob Geraghty

Moonbah Hut – Robyn Isaacson


Cowboy Beetle – Dave Kemp

Frilled Lily – Colin Pass

Into the Mist – Daniel Bateman

Skuas Annoying Penguins – George Cook

Sunset on Tuross Lake – Merrick Bailey

Gold Mono

Recess Zanzibar – Yvonne Matthews


Ready to Go – Dave Kemp

Image of the Night

Recess Zanzibar – Yvonne Matthews.

Visitor and new members are warmly welcome to our monthly meetings on the 4th Tuesday of each month except December; 7.00 pm at Tomakin Community Hall. Contact us for more information

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