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20th July

Saturday 20th July - Photograph Ukulele players.

Photograph Ukulele players at one of their jam sessions.


 

30th July

Tuesday 30 July 2019 - AV SIG

Audio Visual Special Interest Group Meeting
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11th August

Sunday 11th August 2019 - Weekend Outing

Sydney City comes to life - Circular Quay to Martin Place



 

19th August

Monday 19 August 2019 - Landscape SIG

Landscape Special Interest Group Meeting

 

20th August

Tuesday 20 August 2019 - Portraiture SIG

Portraiture Special Interest Group Meeting



 

28th August

Wednesday 28th August - Midweek Excursion

Bird Photography, Nature Walk Historical Picnic lunch at Long Neck Lagoon & Scheyville National Park
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September   Castle Hill RSL Photography Club


 

8th September

Sunday 8th September 2019 - ProShow Producer

A full day's workshop on using Proshow Producer v8 to generate Audiovisual presentations

 

10th September

Tuesday 10th September, workshop night, YY Cheung from Photo Shop Studio

Workshop on various lighting systems, both on camera and off.

 

16th September

Monday 16 September 2019 - Nature SIG

Nature Special Interest Group Meeting

 

17th September

Tuesday 17 September 2019 - Portraiture SIG

Portraiture Special Interest Group Meeting



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Calendar > August 2019

Tuesday 6 August 2019 - Lecture Night


 

Presenter:  Mark Zvirblis
 
 
Topic: Slow Shutter Speeds
 
 
 Mark Zvirblis has worked in a Communications role in the construction industry since the early 1980s, where he has combined his passion for photography with the desire to demonstrate each company’s expertise through high-impact images and interesting, engaging text. During this time he has been fortunate to have had access to some great vantage points, backed by a little-seen collection of his personal work in Australia and overseas.

Mark’s work has been published in Australian Geographic as well as numerous high-quality government and corporate publications.

His presentation will demonstrate his transition from creating slow exposures on an Art Panorama 120-roll-film camera, to slow exposures in the era of digital cameras and “Photoshop”.

This will include creating stitched panoramas from multiple digital time-exposure images.
 

 

 
 
 



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