June 2019 Club Meeting
Jun
11
6:45 PM18:45

June 2019 Club Meeting

  • 18 Merino Street Kings Meadows, TAS, 7249 Australia (map)
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Our informal 45 minute training session will precede the main meeting, which will commence at 7:30 PM.

Our guest Speaker for the evening will be Deb Sulzberger.

Deb is a professional pet and family photographer, based in Launceston.
2016 Tasmanian AIPP Pet Photographer of the Year, Deb will be sharing with us the stories and images behind her thriving business; Furbabies and Friends Photography.

Here is a link to Deb’s web-page:
https://www.furbabiesandfriendsphotography.com/

Entries for our Mid-Year club competitions are due this month:

  • The John Shepherd Memorial Trophy for Large Prints with a ‘Landscape’ theme.

  • Colour Digital Image of the Year.

  • Monochrome Digital Image of the Year

The judge for these competitions will be [tba].


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May 2019 Club Meeting
May
14
6:45 PM18:45

May 2019 Club Meeting

  • 18 Merino Street Kings Meadows, TAS, 7249 Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Our informal 45 minute training session will precede the main meeting, which will commence at 7:30 PM.

Our guest Speaker for the evening will be Andrew Wilson.
Andrew is a professional photographer based in Hobart who, over the years, has produced some stunning projects.

On this occasion, Andrew will be sharing the stories behind his critically acclaimed books;
Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania.

“Are you looking for the best maritime history books on the seven seas? Yes, then you should meet the Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania”.

“For seven years I traveled the coastlines, islands, ports, anchorages and boat sheds of Tasmania photographing and documenting the fascinating tales of the islands oldest living mariners”.

“My journey has resulted in the publication of two coffee table books full of tall tales, high adventures and seascapes of our beautiful island. Combined, the books feature the coastlines of mainland Tasmania, King Island, Flinders Island, Maria Island, Bruny Island and Port Davey, remote areas of the world full of stunning coastlines and rich in maritime adventures”.

Here is a link to Andrews’ webpage;
https://andrewwilsonphotography.com.au/

Here is a link to Andrews’ ‘Old Sea Dogs of Tasmania’ project page;
https://andrewwilsonphotography.com.au/portfolio-items/best-maritime-history-books-old-sea-dogs-of-tasmania/

Entries for the June club competitions are due this month. The theme is OPEN. The judge for this competition will be [tba]. The normal categories of Colour & Monochrome Projected Digital Images can be entered by members.


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April 2019 Club Meeting
Apr
9
6:45 PM18:45

April 2019 Club Meeting

  • 18 Merino Street Kings Meadows, TAS, 7249 Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Our informal 45 minute training session will precede the main meeting, which will commence at 7:30 PM.

Our guest Speaker for the evening will be Robert Groom.

Robert is a professional photographer based in Hobart, who is also the current president of AIPP Tasmania.

Robert will be unlocking the mysteries of taking and editing great images with your mobile phone.

“I’ll explain why I think it’s important for photographers to understand the relevance of mobile phone photography and how it has formed the basis of an ongoing personal project. I’ll talk about some of the apps I use on my iPhone, and I’ll demonstrate my workflow for capturing, editing and publishing images online”.

Entries for the May club competitions are due this month. The theme is OPEN. The judge for this competition will be [tba]. The normal categories of Colour & Monochrome Projected Digital Images can be entered by members.


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Maria Island
Mar
15
to Mar 17

Maria Island

  • Maria Island, Tasmania Tasmania Australia (map)
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Our next club excursion is to the beautiful Maria Island National Park.
Leaving on Friday 15th March and returning home on Sunday 17th March 2019.

Maria Island National Park is unique, being part of a convict probation station, which is one of 11 historic places, that together form the 'Australian Convicts Sites World Heritage Property'. It is an escape from the real world into the past with no shops and only ranger vehicles.

Maria Island is accessed by ferry from Triabunna which is about 2 ½ hours south of Launceston. The dates are planned to enable possible night photography and to photograph the painted cliffs which need a low tide.

There are great photographic opportunities and tracks for walking and cycling. Bring your own bike or hire one for $20 including helmet to ride south to explore the isthmus. Climb Mt Bishop and Clerk and Mt Maria. Photograph the wildlife and heritage buildings.

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March 2019 Club Meeting
Mar
12
6:45 PM18:45

March 2019 Club Meeting

  • 18 Merino Street Kings Meadows, TAS, 7249 Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Our informal 45 minute training session will precede the main meeting, which will commence at 7:30 PM.

Our guest Speaker for the evening will be Natalie Mendham.
Natalie is a ‘Campaign Photographer’ based in Southern Tasmania.

Nat describes herself as a Photographer, Farmer & Storyteller and will be sharing with us some of her favourite ‘on the job’ experiences as well as describing how she approaches a commercial shoot.

Here is a link to her webpage; http://nataliemendham.com.au/

Natalie’s Ethos; To me, my camera gear is a tool for good. I’m proud to work with clients who share similar values to me. Just like with consumerism – you vote with your dollars, I vote with my time, and I choose to spend my time with people who have a strong ethos to work environmentally and socially responsibly.
I choose to work with tourism operators who tread lightly on the earth, designers who put sustainability first, paddock-to-plate producers, makers who work slowly with hand-tools and manual techniques, foodies who support local growers and businesses who think globally and act locally.

Entries for the April club competitions are due this month. The theme is OPEN. The judge for this competition will be Robert Groom, President AIPP Tasmania.
The normal categories of Colour & Monochrome Projected Digital Images can be entered by members.


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Feb
12
6:45 PM18:45

February 2019 Club Meeting

  • 18 Merino Street Kings Meadows, TAS, 7249 Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Our informal 45 minute training session will precede the main meeting, which will commence at 7:30 PM.

Our guest Speaker for the evening will be the charismatic John Elliot.
John will be sharing experiences and photographs from his recent visit to the wonderful Galapagos Islands.

The Galapagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. It's considered one of the world's foremost destinations for wildlife-viewing. A province of Ecuador, it lies about 1000 km off its coast. Its isolated terrain shelters a diversity of plant and animal species, many found nowhere else. Charles Darwin visited in 1835, and his observation of Galapagos' species later inspired his theory of evolution. (Wikipedia).

Entries for the March club competitions are due this month. The theme is OPEN. The judge for this competition will be Natalie Mendham. The normal categories of Colour & Monochrome Projected Digital Images can be entered by members.


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Bridestowe Sunrise shoot
Dec
27
4:45 AM04:45

Bridestowe Sunrise shoot

Bridestowe Lavender Farm
Christmas Sunrise Shoot.
Date 27/12/2018

Our Christmas sunrise shoot at the Bridestowe Lavender Farm will take place on 27th December.

We will meet at the main gate of the Lavender Farm at 04:45.
First light is at 05:05 and sunrise is at 05:38.

Hope to see you all there.

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