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Do you like taking photos?
Would you like to take better ones?
Would you like to share your photos with others?

Then come and join us. New members of any age or any photographic experience are welcome.

With a friendly social atmosphere, we provide bi-monthly projected image and small print competitions critiqued by an accredited judge.

Technical talks by visiting and in house presenters. Photographic outings and field trips, mini workshops, photo rallies, audio visual presentations and much more.

Where: Kadidjiny Park Hall, 70-72 Kitchener Rd, Melville WA 6156.

When: 7:30pm on the second and fourth Monday of each month, February to December.

Upcoming Events:

Feb
26
Mon
2024
Workshop: KINGSLEY J. BURTON Photographic Artist
Feb 26 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Kingsley is a visionary fine art photographer whose life has been dedicated to the pursuit of visual storytelling and the creation of captivating artworks.  He will be sharing his knowledge and journey to inspire members
Mar
11
Mon
2024
LARGE PRINT MONOCHROME EXHIBITION: LANDSCAPE WITH A SINGLE TREE
Mar 11 all-day

LARGE PRINT MONOCHROME EXHIBITION: LANDSCAPE
WITH A SINGLE TREE
Capture a natural landscape (excludes botanic gardens)
featuring a single tree, dead or alive, as the centre of interest.
Make your composition emphasise the tree but be sure to
choose a foreground and background that harmonise with the
concept.

Mar
25
Mon
2024
Workshop – Jeff Spicket – Fine art still life
Mar 25 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am

Winner of the president’s challenge last year with a portfolio of fine art still life images .  Jeff explores the notion of  creating simplicity –  mainly using one item, exploring the effects of reflections, lighting and shadows he produces a range of  fine art images. Jeff has welcomed the opportunity to impart his experiences and learnings with members in a workshop that will inspire us all.

Apr
8
Mon
2024
GENERAL EXHIBITION – MACRO OR CLOSE UP
Apr 8 all-day

Subject and open – Print and projected.
Any subject showing aspects that are not normally visible to the naked eye. Consider using complementary colours to emphasise the aspect/s you choose. Make a deliberate choice regarding how much of the subject is in focus – consider using focus stacking if it improves your image.