Week 6 – Street Photography

Events!

Week 6 Tutorial: Street Photography
Week 6 Outing: Rozelle & Blackwattle Bay (Wandersoc Collab)
Week 7 Tutorial: Macro Photography

We will be conducting a live editing demo this tutorial: please send in any photos (raw files) that you’d like us to edit! (Email: mail@unswphoto.com)

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Week 6 Tutorial: Street Photography

Date: 12/07/2019
Time: 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Location: Central Lecture Block 6

Points of Contact:
1. Michelle: +61 405 025 163
2. Ngy: +61 406 770 807

*RSVP by clicking ‘going’ on the event*

Street photography surrounds you all day every day. So why not learn how to transform a mundane setting into a creative and inspiring photograph? It’s certainly a great way to enhance your candid photography skills.

We will conduct a live editing demo!! Please SEND IN any photos (raw files) that you would like us to edit as part of the demonstration (email: mail@unswphoto.com)!

We’ll cover shooting techniques and equipment and we’ll also share Sydney hot-spots for this genre… although it can be done anywhere which makes it perfect for all photographers!

Come along to our Street Photography Tutorial this Friday to find out tips and tricks on how to capture interesting and unique street photos which will also help with your photography skills in other genres.

*This event is open to 2019 PhotoClub members only (please bring your membership cards).


Week 6 Outing: Glebe Foreshore Walk COLLAB with UNSW Wandersoc

Date: 14/07/2019
Time: 10:20am – 1:00pm
Meeting point: Light Rail Entrance, Central OR Eddy Florist, Central

Points of Contact:
1. Ted: +61 431 015 802
2. Chris: +61 418 262 554

*RSVP by clicking ‘going’ on the event*

The term is passing by, and in a flash, it’s already week 6! Do you feel like everything is moving too fast? Do you just want a chill day to relax and unwind? PhotoClub and Wandersoc have just the event for you!

Meeting point: Light Rail entrance or eddy florist at 10.20AM, catching the light rail at 10.45AM.

Come on down to Central station to join us on the Glebe foreshore walk that’s just a hop, skip, 25-minute light rail trip away from central. It’s amazing that we don’t have to wander too far to get to this walk, it’s right near the central area! It’s a great walk to relax and catch up with your buddies, wander along the waterfront and take some awesome street photography pictures on the way.

Nearing the end of the walk, we’ll also pass by Sydney’s famous Fish Market, a great place to grab lunch at the end of the walk with everyone!

Items to bring could include:

Camera (!!)
Tripod
Comfortable and warm clothes
Umbrella / raincoat / rain boots(optional)

This event is open to 2019 PhotoClub members and Wandersoc members only (please bring your membership cards).

Not a member? Sign-up online.

PhotoClubbers, want to borrow some equipment for free? Check out the list here.


Workshops

Our workshops are designed for base skills – to teach all the basics about photography.

Workshop E is all about Photoshop!

This workshop will be aimed at people wanting to know how to do certain types of heavier photo editing. Examples might be; “How do I remove this object from my photo?”, or “How can I create a fog over this clear water?”.

Whilst we can’t guarantee perfect results (Photoshop is a big tool and we have limited time), we’ll point you in the right direction.

12/07/2019 : 3:00pm – 4:00pm : Quad G026

The workshop times will be posted in the UNSW PhotoClub 2019 Facebook group – join it here if you haven’t already!


Equipment

We just wanted to make sure everyone knows that you can borrow equipment from our club for FREE! We have:

– 3 DSLRs 📸📸📸 (Nikon D3000, D3400, Canon 1500D)
– Fuji XT-100 mirrorless 📷
– 35mm lens (Nikon) 🔬
– 55-200mm lens (Nikon)🔭
– Flash (Nikon) 🔦
– 2 x tripods

Want to borrow something? Check out this link and email! – mail@unswphoto.com.

Harry Gougousidis