Change of Venue for Meetings. 7th and 21st March.
OUR NORMAL VENUE AT THE BRACKEN RIDGE COMMUNITY HALL HAS BEEN COMMANDEERED BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT FOR FLOOD RECOVERY PURPOSES. AS A RESULT OUR IMMEDIATE MEETING NIGHTS OF MONDAY 7TH AND 21ST OF MARCH WILL BE TAKING PLACE AT THE SANDGATE TOWN HALL ON THE CORNER OF CLIFF AND SEYMOUR STREETS AT SANDGATE.
ALL OUR NORMAL ARRANGEMENTS OF 7.15PM OPENING ETC ARE UNCHANGED. THIS WILL BE MORE CONVENIENT FOR SOME AND LESS CONVENIENT FOR OTHERS, BUT VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE.
Judging of your entries including the Set Subject “High Key”. This is one of the categories in this year’s Peninsular 3-Way Competition.
Entries close at midnight tonight for the April Judging Evening which includes the Set Subject “Street Photography”, This is a one of the categories in this year’s Peninsular 3-Way Competition:
“Street photography is a non-formalised genre of photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places. It does not require the presence of a street or even the urban environment. Colour and Mono images are acceptable in Street Photography. If the image is not captured at the time, then it might otherwise go unnoticed, and be lost for all time. Images can often be ironic or emotionally detached from subject matter, focusing instead on a particular context or detail. Framing and timing are key aspects of the craft, with the aim of creating images at a decisive or poignant moment. Though people usually feature directly, they may be absent with the image still projecting a decidedly human character through an object or environment. The image should be captured in camera in a single frame, no composites allowed.”