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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 May Meeting - 'Set Subject - Nature'

EDIA Winner

With numbers down a little for the May meeting. The competition for the meeting was 'Nature' with VAPS Judge Graham Anderson who was a fill in judge as our original judge, Lyn Haywood was injured.

Audio Visuals were viewed from Wendy Stanford and David Willis.

The President gave an outline of Outings and Activities coming up, and Bernie and Yvonne ran an exercise and discussion on identifying emotion in photos

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: Sharon Alston
  • Colour Print: Debbie MacVean
  • Monochrome Print: David Woolcock
  • EDIA: Advance: Neville Bartlett
  • EDI: Marion Jacob
Top, right EDIA above left to right: CPA, CP, Mono, and EDI.
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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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Benalla Wall to Wall Art Festival Road Trip, Saturday 6th of April

Festival Art image

A large number of club members made the road trip down to Benalla to photograph images from the Festival.

About 12 members from the group met at MacDonalds, Glenrowan at 7.00am and set out through the Winton Wetlands before heading off to Benalla.

Members met up for morning tea at Bouwmeester's Cafe Bakery at 10.30am and back for lunch at 12.30pm.

The Road Trip was again organised by Louise Peacock who is asking members to submit up to 5 images at the May meeting which will be judged in the following categories:

  • Most effective capture of the essence of the Festival.
  • Best portrait from the Festival.
  • Most interesting landscape or architecture shot.
  • Most interesting close-up. Texture, detail or pattern.

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Car Light Trails Outing and Workshop, Monday 25th March

Dean St image

At the club's March outing and workshop, 12 plus members gathered at the Melrose overpass in Wodonga just atsunset.

Our tutor for the workshop was David Woolcock with other Mentors Neville Bartlett, Phil Bell and David Willis on hand to offer advice where needed.

Members quickly caught on to the techniques and were producing some great images.

A feature at these outings is the more experienced photographers are able to guide and assist newcomers with their camera settings as well as composition and lighting techniques.

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Sunset Shoot Outing Monday 25th February

Dean St image

At the club's February outing, 20 plus members gathered at the western end of Dean Street Albury just prior to sunset.

The Harold Mair pedestrian bridge provided an elevated view over the city towards monument hill.

Clouds suddenly appeared on the western horizon which provided a colourful vista for the members.

A feature at these outings is the more experienced photographers are able to guide and assist newcomers with their camera settings as well as composition and lighting techniques.

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