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Stunning praise from a respected VAPS judge Paul RobinsonThe August competition saw Jim Hancock receive tremendous praise for her image of 'Misty Dawn'.
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Welcome to the Wodonga / Albury Camera Club Website
We are an Australian Camera Club located on the border of Victoria and New South Wales on
the banks of the mighty Murray River, and comprising members from both sides of the border.
The Albury Show 2015
It's time to think about preparing a getting your images in for the show, the Set Subject theme this year is 'Water'.
The event is open to the public as well as camera club members.
Entry Fee: Classes P1 - P 7 $1 per entry and Junior (17 & under) Classes P8 - P I0, 50 cents.
Entries are to be delivered to the Show Secretary, Mate St., Albury 2640 between 10am and 4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. For more information please phone (02) 6021 3031.
For more information download the entry form. (Entry Form here)
The September Meeting - 'Set Subject - RUST'
Great to see members turn up for the September meeting. Our Judge for the 'Set Subject' 'RUST' Competition was Bill Millar.
Guest speaker from CR Kennedy, Scott Bickle (Victorian Area Manager) gave us an informative lecture on the future of lenses particulary Sigma lenses.
He also organized for everyone at the meeting to take home a 'showbag' of goodies to take home, which was much appreaciated, thank you Scott.
Members are reminded that next month, images are due for Open Subject and images for the Photographic Challenge "Pets or Domestic Animals".
Congratulation to the winners and place getters for the competition!
Use the button above or click on the Competition Images Tab to view all the place winning images.
The Competition winners were:
- Colour Print Advance: Mark Slater
- Colour Print: Wendy Slter
- Monochrome Print: Mark Slater
- EDI Advance: Garry Pearce
- EDI: Dianne Groch
Chiltern Wildflower Shoot Sunday 27th of September
Our Chiltern wildflowers outing and workshop was well attended by members.
We meet along the Yackandandah Road and then proceeded to the location in the Chiltern Forrest. The early breeze was a little annoying, however seemed to carm down during the morning.
Wodonga Albury Camera Club 2015 Annual Exhibition
The Exhibition opened Thursday the 14th and there was a great turnout for the night. A big thankyou to our co-ordinator Mark Slater and those who came along to help set-up on the day
and those that helped on opening night. Also to Justin from Fotosupplies for opening the Exhibition.
The Exhibition ran from the 14th of August and closes on the 6th of September and is was held at the GIGS Art Gallery in the Gateway Village on the Lincoln Causeway.
Six images were sold and congradulations to those photographers.
The Paatsch Challenge Shield 2015
This year Benalla Camera Club's hosted the event with the theme being 'Finding the Past at Beechworth'. The competition is held each year between the Wodonga/Albury and Benalla Camera Clubs and takes the form of the hosting club
choosing a date/ location/ theme and both clubs meeting for a photo shoot.
Each club chooses 12 images to represent the club. The hosting club then sends all the images (EDI) to a judge for scoring. Later in the year the two clubs meet up for a 'presentation day',
and to find out the winner of the Paatsch Shield.
This year there was a good attendance from both club.
The images are away for judging.
Watch this space for details of the presentation which will be held this year at Eldorado.
Astrophotography Workshop - May 2015
On Sunday night 17th of May, Mark Slater conducted for the club an astrophotography
workshop at Bellbridge on the Hume Weir.
This workshop had to be conducted at short notice because it was dependent on weather conditions.
It looked like we were in for a cold night, however the weather was quite pleasant and so was the night, which was well attended by members.
A big thank you to Mark for his time and effort on the night.
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