Week 4

Week 4 Friday Tutorial: Videography!
Week 4 Saturday Outing: Night Walk to Blackwattle Bay
Week 5 Friday: Wildlife Photography – Guest Speaker
Photobook – deadline Week 5 Friday – go go go!
As always, message the Facebook page or email if you have any questions!

Week 4 Tutorial: Videography + EGM

Date: 18/08/2017
Time: 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Location: Central Lecture Block 5

Point of Contacts:
1. Iris: +61 452 449 664
2. Jocelyn: +61 449 826 957

Please RSVP here via Facebook.

Well yes, we are called ‘PhotoClub’ but surely that includes videography, right? Well it does now! We’ve seen some videos put up in the UNSW PhotoClub 2017 group and had some requests so we’ll be holding a videography tutorial next Friday!

We will be holding an EGM (Extraordinary General Meeting) during the week 4 tutorial. The agenda for the meeting is to have a re-election of the following senior executive positions: Secretary, Treasurer, Arc Delegate, Events Manager, Communications Manager.

We will go through the nominations received and then hold a vote to elect the new execs! If you wish to nominate yourself or somebody else, email us at president@unswphoto.com with an expression of interest.

Don’t worry, the EGM will be quick and we will still be holding our videography tutorial straight after.


Week 4 Outing: Nightwalk to Blackwattle Bay

Date: 19/08/2017
Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: Chinatown (Goulbourn St Arch)
Point of Contact:
1. Jocelyn: +61 449 826 957
2. Ben: +61 439 043 948

Please RSVP here via Facebook.

As winter draws to a close, we are welcoming the arrival of spring with a night photography walk!! Our walk will feature the heavenly blue of the Kimber Lane angels, awesome architecture courtesy of the powerhouse museum and ends with a breathtaking view of the ANZAC Bridge from the picturesque Blackwattle Bay. We will additionally be bringing along props such as fairy lights, torches and sparklers for you guys to get creative with some light painting 😀 😀

We will be meeting at the Goulbourn St entrance to Chinatown at 6pm, where we will begin our walk with the blue cupids along Kimber Lane. The closest railway station is Central and then a short walk. The most convenient path to walk is first exit Central via Eddy Avenue exit, cross Belmore Park and walk towards Market City. Chinatown should be within the vicinity. If you are having difficulty making your way there, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Please note that we will not be stopping for food so we recommend bringing a snack or eating beforehand or afterwards.

Please keep an eye on the Facebook event on Saturday in the case of wet weather.

Items to bring could include (but are not compulsory):
Camera
Tripod (Recommended)
Mobile
Aerogard
Warm clothes
Wet weather gear
Other props

*This event is open to PhotoClub members only (please bring your membership cards).


Merchandise – Hoodies & T-Shirts!

  • Hoodies and t-shirts up for grabs!
  • The hoodies are really high quality, we’re selling them at less than they cost to make! $37!! and they’re running out fast with some sizes already gone.
  • There are 2 different t-shirt designs, $10 a shirt.
  • All merchandise will be available this Friday at out tutorial. Please fill out the form.
  • To purchase an item, fill out the form: https://goo.gl/upzekc


Workshops!

Our workshops are designed for teaching base skills 🙂

Workshop A – Exposure
Workshop B – Focus
Workshop C – Composition (THIS WEEK)

Workshop D – Digital Darkroom (THIS WEEK)

The workshop times are posted in the UNSW PhotoClub 2017 Facebook group – join it here if you haven’t already! And message the Facebook page if you have any issues.


Annual PhotoBook Competition!

As previously announced, entries are NOW OPEN for our 8th Annual PhotoBook Competition!

CLOSING DATE: 23:59 Sunday 27th August 2017 (Week 5)

The Annual PhotoBook celebrates the wonderful photos you guys have taken this year!

Check out the winners of each category from previous years in the links below!
201020112012201320142015 and 2016

Submitting your photos not only gives you the chance to showcase your great work but also places you in the running for awesome prizes if you manage to win a category; and the person who submits the most stunning photo will be crowned UNSW PhotoClub’s Photographer of the Year!

Hundreds of dollars worth of prizes up for grabs!

A max of 2 photos can be submitted per category.

Please read the attached terms and conditions before submitting to make sure you don’t get disqualified!


Orgsync:

If you’re not connected with us through Orgsync, can you please do this by creating an account by clicking this link and then accepting the invitation to the group.

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