Adam Williams is a landscape photographer who sees photography as being all about communicating emotion, powerful imagery is emotional. Having lived with levels of depression and anxiety for periods of his life and much of the emotion within his work, draws its inspiration from the highs and lows of these days. Visit his website to learn more.
The Forage and Graze coffee shop opens at 9am for those who want to start the day with a coffee. This will be our meeting point.
Best to pre-purchase tickets on-line, as the cost of buying them at the door is higher. If 10th March happens to be your birthday, tickets can be purchased for just $1.00 !
Contact details: Kirstin Sercombe on 0416 016 560
The challenge is to select your choice of five topics from the list below and create five photographs that depict, explain, show, illustrate or tell a story about the selected topics.
- Beautiful ugliness
- Less is more
- White on white
- Striking contrasts
- Indoor abstracts
- Street shadows
- Straight lines
- Light moods
Pieter de Vries will provide an introduction to video using your DSLR. Pieter is one of the leading documentary cinematographers in the world. Based in Australia, he spends much of his time traveling, working on documentary programs for the BBC, NBC and ABC.
His films have won numerous awards, including several Emmys, and BAFTA’s. Personally, he has been nominated for two Emmys, and won the Australian Cinematographer Society’s top Award, Cinematographer of the Year. He’s also won six ACS Golden Tripods for Best Cinematography. For more information check out his website
This will be a tremendous night, not to be missed!
The Interclub Challenge with Northside Creative and Mosman, where each club is to produce a panel of ten photographs along a theme. Details to be confirmed.
Members are invites to view three photography exhibitions in Oxford Street, Paddington. The meeting point is The Australian Centre for Photography, 72 Oxford Street, to view the first exhibition, followed by two exhibitions at the nearby University of NSW Galleries within the university grounds on the corner of Oxford Street & Greens Road. We’ll round off the outing with coffee and an opportunity to discuss the exhibitions.
RSVPs are not vital but it would be good to know if you plan on attending so we can look out for you on the day.