Camera Club members at the interclub safari: back row, standing, L-R: Jim Johnston, Mary Boyce, Pat Charters, Ron Johnson, Kerry Leyland, Diann Bourke, Louise Smith, Lindsay Rigby, Jan Johnston, Maree Davies, Jan Blackshaw, Lynn Milnes, Neita Lindfield. Front row, L-R: Julie Hartwig, Cathy Reed and Neita’s grandchildren. Image by Ellen Foulds of Hervey Bay Photography Club.
It’s been a busy month for the Tin Can Bay Camera Club. On Saturday July 5, 22 members and Hervey Bay Photography Club got together for an Interclub Safari at Crab Creek. TCB photographers produced some very good images, but Hervey Bay took home the “spoils”, but and a great day was had by all!
On July 12, an enthusiastic group braved a cold evening to participate in a Night Photography Workshop and captured some fantastic images. Topics included moon photography, hand-held photography in low light using high ISOs and night photography using tripods and long exposures. This is a very popular workshop and will be run again later in the year.
The next workshop will be held on Saturday, August 23at the Tin Can Bay Library from 1 to 4pm. The topic is “Know Your Camera” and is for people who wish to know more about the basic functions of their digital cameras. Visit the club website for more information.
Brad Marcellos from ABC Open was the guest judge at the Camera Club’s July meeting. Prior to the meeting, Brad held a Light Painting workshop on the foreshore, which produced some great shots and a lot of fun was had by those who participated.
TCB Marina: Night Photography by Julie Hartwig
The subject for the July print competition was “Lines”. In A Grade, Julie Hartwig was awarded the Honour (Leaf Lines), while Merits were awarded to Louise Smith (Measure Up) and Julie Hartwig (The Shutter). Ron Johnson (No Entry) and Patsy Brady (The Line Up and Mooring Lines) were awarded Highly Commended.
In B Grade, Geoff Skoien (Attention!) was awarded the Honour, while Merits were awarded to Pat Charters (Reporting for Duty) and Peter Cahill (The Bridge). Geoff Skoien (All Roads Lead to the Water) and Miek Christiaans (Lines Every Way You Look) were awarded Highly Commended.
Mary Boyce (The Pier) took out the Beswick’s Best Award for the best interpretation of the subject. All of the winning images (and much more) can be viewed on the Club website.
Light Painting by Julie Hartwig
Photoshop workshops are held on the third Monday of each month and Club meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month. Both events are at the TCB Library.
Tin Can Bay Camera Club welcomes anyone with an interest in photography. To view our images and for more information visit the club’s website at www.tincanbaycameraclub.wix.com/tcb-camera-club.