Week 3!

This week:

Event and Concert Photography with William Zhang (Guest Speaker)

Date: 18/3/2016
Time: 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Location: UNSW Chemical Sciences M10

Have you ever been to a concert, taken loads of photos, gotten home and not known what to do with them? Or maybe in that post concert clarity, that photo you thought that was incredible in the moment wasn’t actually that good?

Well don’t worry, because this Friday we receive the help of resident InTheMix Photographer William Zhang on how to nail those photos every time, what to do with them and how to turn them into works of art that’ll make you the envy of all your friends. Finally, he’ll give you the expert advice on how to get the leg up into the industry and grab that dream job of being flown around the world to photograph your favourite artists.

And remember, even if photographing concerts isn’t your end game or you don’t have a fancy camera and extensive photographic knowledge, come along anyways to learn how to nail those shots that will make everyone go wow.

Check out some of Will’s photography @ http://wearehypothetical.xyz/

Please RSVP here via Facebook.

*This event is open to PhotoClub members only (please bring your membership cards).
** New members are welcome to sign up before any of our events.

Point of Contact:
Bec: +61 421988488
Ben +61 4439043948

Week 3 Pizza Night

Date: 18/3/2016
Time: 6:00 – 6:15 pm
Location: UNSW Chemical Sciences M10

We’re having a pizza night this week! It’s free pizza for all PhotoClub members after the tutorial. Grab a slice and use this time to have a chat with everyone as we love interacting with you guys!

*If you plan on staying for pizza you MUST RSVP by pressing the ‘attending’ button on our event page.

**If there are any special dietary requirements, please comment them on the event page and we will do our best to cater; e.g. vegetarian, no cheese etc.

Please RSVP here via Facebook

Point of Contact:
Damien: +61 415288647
Herman: +61 430439318

Week 3 Outing: Biennale of Sydney at Cockatoo Island

Date: 20/3/2016
Time: 10:10 – 13:30 pm
Location: Circular Quay, Wharf 5

While it’s still early in the semester, join us to take a look at some of Australia’s largest contemporary art exhibition, the Biennale. We will be visiting Cockatoo Island, a former convict settle shipyard in the middle of the harbour, and one of the locations of the citywide exhibition. It will be a day full of art and adventure to keep your creative juices flowing!

We will be meeting at Circular Quay Wharf 5 at 10:10, to depart on the 10:37am ferry towards Cockatoo Island. Please be on time, as we will not be waiting for any late-comers. Please note that we will not be stopping for food, so we suggest that you eat beforehand or bring a snack.

Keep an eye on the Facebook event on Sunday in case of wet weather.

Find out more: https://www.biennaleofsydney.com.au/20bos/

Be sure to bring:
– Camera – DSLR, Mirrorless, Compact, Film, Phone, as long as it takes pictures!
– Sunscreen to stay safe in the sun
– Bottle of water
– Opal card for ferry ($2.50 cap on Sunday)

Please RSVP here via Facebook
*This event is open to PhotoClub members only (please bring your membership cards)

Point of Contacts:
Damien: +61 415288637
Eileen: +61 410461560


New to Photography? Want to Master the Basics?

Well then you need to attend our Introductory Workshops! These four 1 hour sessions are designed to jump start your photographic knowledge!

Workshop A – Exposure: Understand how to control light when taking a photo.
Workshop B – Focus: What’s the point of a well exposed but blurry photograph?
Workshop C – Composition: Learn to work with the various elements in your scene.
Workshop D – Coverage: Interested in shooting events? This workshop will get you started!

We suggest doing these in order. You need not attend all, just the ones you are unsure about.

These workshops are run independently of our Friday Tutorials.

They are subject to demand and can be booked at your convenience.

How it works:
1.      Log in to OrgSync (Arc’s Platform)
2.      Find “PhotoClub
3.      Click on “Events”
4.      Find the relevant workshop at a time that suits you.
5.      Mark attending to reserve your spot.

Please ensure that if you are unable to attend, you cancel your RSVP before the workshop begins.