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Hills Photographic Society – Photo Exhibition
March 12 @ 10:00 am - April 16 @ 3:00 pm
MAJOR PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION.
We are staging our inaugural Photography Exhibition in the Hills Hub from March 9th until April 16th kindly sponsored by the Cockatoo-Gembrook Bendigo Bank. A plethora of images, occupying all levels of the Hub, will showcase an eclectic array of work by members of the club.
The exhibition will be open from 10am-3pm Daily
The public are encouraged to visit, explore and vote for their favourite photo.
When voting you have the chance to win either a $100 Officeworks voucher or a $25 Brunch on McBride voucher.
Visitors to the exhibition can also participate in a digital competition with the winner’s image to be printed and framed, the framing courtesy of Emerald Custom Framing.
Entering the digital competition is as simple as emailing a jpeg copy of your best photograph to email@example.com no later than Friday March 25th.(with a limit of 2 photos per person)
All entries will be shown on a looped display during the final weeks of the exhibition, the winner to be announced on Saturday April 2nd.
We will also offer the following workshops.
Photography for beginners – Saturday 26th March 1pm-2:30pm @Hills Hub
This workshop will be presented by Hills Photographic Society Members Kathie Thomas and Steve Williams and will look at things such as Rule of Thirds, Keeping your Horizontals Straight, composing the shot, various settings on cameras, lighting, etc.
Spaces are limited so Book Now via this link https://www.trybooking.com/BXZET
Portraiture & Emotions – Thursday 31st March 7:30-9:30pm @Hills Hub
This workshop will be presented by Hills Photographic Society members Paul Bianco, Allan Pan and Wayne Pollard with a focus on portraiture, this will be a hands-on opportunity to develop skills in order to create better portraits, be they just family members and pets or portraits for business purposes. We shall take you through a number of principles and skills, including :
- posing and composition,
- lighting – including natural, speedlights, reflectors, studio lighting and everyday household lights.
- photographer-subject communication.
The approach will two-fold – one, to create natural portraits and two, to attempt to capture emotion.
The workshop is designed for those using cameras, Regardless of your level of expertise, this workshop will open new ideas and help you take your photos to the next level.
This will be an interactive workshop focusing on conveying emotions in photography
Details on what you should bring will be explained after booking is confirmed.
Hope to see you there!