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Misty Dawn

Stunning praise from a respected VAPS judge Paul Robinson

The August competition saw Jim Hancock receive tremendous praise for her image of 'Misty Dawn'.
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Wodonga / Albury Camera Club Inc

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.
We are an incorporated body in Victoria and come under the Victorian Association of Photographic Societies Inc (VAPS).
We meet on the second Monday of the month at the Boomerang Hotel Complex in Lavington.
The Club activities include competitions, workshops and outings.
Welcome to our corner of the world.

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The October Meeting - 'Open Subject'

EDI Winner

A good turn-up for October, Our Judge for the competition was Greg Earl who gave great comments on his crique of our images.
We were able at this meeting to read out all the Judge's comments for each section, which really does give an educational aspect to learning the art of photography.
Our Audio/Visual season will start in December and run until May next year and already we have six AVs booking in.
Pam Milliken showed us a PowerPoint of the Walbundrie Show where Pam, Debbie and Sharon judged the photography competition.
The winning images can be seen by clicking the view images button, below.

Use the button above or click on the Current Comp Images link (Left) to view all the place winning images.


The Competition winners were:
  • Colour Print Advance: Yvonne Schnelle
  • Colour Print: Bill Cleverly
  • Monochrome Print: Bill Cleverly
  • EDIA: Advance: David Willis
  • EDI: James Parker
Winners
Top, right EDI above left to right: CPA, CP, Mono and EDIA.
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The Tumbarumba Weekend Trip'

Sugar Pine Walk

On Saturday the 7th of September, thirteen members decided to brave the weather predictions and travelled to Holbrook to meet up for coffee and the weekend briefing. Departing at 9.30 am our next stop was Rosewood, where we visited the Gnome Retirement Village and spent time amongst the Gnomes.
We arrived in Tumbarumba around 11.00 am and took part in a photograph river walk before meeting at the bakery for lunch. We then went out to the Paddy's River Falls and in the only period for the weekend spent time in photographing the falls in light rain. The rest of the afternoon was freed-up for members to do their own thing.
An nice evening meal was taken together across the road from our Motel at the Tumbarumba Bowling Club.
On Sunday morning at 9.00 am we travelled to Laurel Hill, to visit the Sugar Pine Walk which as a great or be it freezing experience, and many photos were taken. We left about one and a half hours later and headed for Tumut for coffee and lunch.
After lunch our next stop on the way home was the Adelong Creek Falls Gold Ruins for another photo opportunity.
A Big thank you to Debbie and Greg who planned and organized the Trip.

Trip Photos
Top, right Sugar Pine Walk above left to right: Paddy's River Falls, Tumbarumba, Adelong Creek Falls Gold Ruins and our resident Gnome, Debbie.
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The Paatsch Shield Challenge 2019'

Paatsch Shield

On Sunday the 5th of May, 26 photographers from Benalla and Wodonga/Albury camera clubs converged on Mulwala/Yarrawonga for the Annual Paatsch Shield Challenge competition between the two clubs.
The theme for this year's competition was 'The Importance Of Water To Our Community' with Benalla's turn in organizing the event.
The club's met at the Mulwala Bakery for morning coffee and completion brief, then it was off to investigate photo opportunities.
We met up again at the Mulwala Golf Club Resort for lunch and then it was back to work, with the day coming to and end with the club's meeting up again at the Mulwala Blacksmith Provedore for coffee and farewell.
24 images, 12 each from both club, will now go away to a VAPS Judge for judging, with a Presentation being held in Wangaratta later in the year.

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Go Kart Outing Sunday 25th August

Go Kart

Eighteen members attended the local Go Kart Club's August club day at their Wodonga track. The outing provided members an opportunity to test out their camera capabilities as well as their panning techniques. The elevated canteen decking provided a popular vantage location in addition to a few using ladders to gain a clear view of the track.
Some members got closer to the action by going trackside (safe areas) thanks to permission from the Go Kart Club officials.
The social aspect of such outings was also appreciated by all present.


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AV Presentation Monday 26th August

john Spring & Brian Paatsch

An evening of audio visuals was held for members on Monday evening.
The Presenter, John Spring from the Melbourne Camera Club, showed a number of both national and international audio visuals in addition to giving an insight into some of the productions. It was interesting to see the difference between local and international approaches.
John also gave an insight on how to approach this form of image presentation should members wish to show their own images either for personal or competitive uses.




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