Welcome to our club


We meet at the Belmont 16s Sailing Club on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm.  

Visitors welcome.


Many of our members participate in a Facebook group:

 Our club is a member of the Northern Photographic Federation.

Picnic Sunday 27 January 2019, 11am

Another reminder for our club picnic on Sunday 27th January 2019 at the Belmont Foreshore opposite Deck 56, (56 Brooks Parade, Belmont). Bring your own everything including your sense of humour. We have suggested 11 am start but a few of us will be there early to secure the position and get a parking spot. If no parking just off load your gear and maybe park in Coles or the streets opposite. As well, the Belmont baths are now open for any children (large or small) who might like to cool down. 

Presentation Night Wednesday 23 January 7pm – Scott Fowler

Scott Fowler, well known New Zealand photography will present “Making better images”

Scott is visiting Australia to judge the Maitland International Salon of Photography.  Examples of his work may be seen at:



Don’t miss mis session, it will be your only chance to see this talented photographer.

PSA Interclub selections

Thank you to everyone who entered Round 2 of the PSA Nature Interclub (23 entries) and Round 2 of the PSA Photojournalism Interclub (14 entries).  The images selected to represent our club are:

Photojournalism: Army saxophone quartet – Alex Hunter; Revenge – Chris Prior; Vandalism – Elicia Petrovska; Airshow – Jennifer Carrigan; Surfing dolphins – Roy Killen; Delicacy or vandalism in Norway – Trevor Cotterill.

Nature: Quick dip – Chris Prior; It’s mine now – Joy Thomas; A prickly lunch – Margot Hughes; Great egrets courting – Neville Foster; Grey heron catching frog – Roy Killen; Garden of Eden – Trevor Cotterill.

Please submit your entries for Round 2 of the Photo Travel competition by 1st February.

If you need any assistance please contact Roy Killen.





Thank you Roy Killen

Thank you Roy for a very thorough and interesting presentation on basic editing techniques using Photoshop, Luminar 3 and Photolemur.

Until last night, I was very confident that I had this all under control. However, Roy demonstrated the importance of going back to basics, to look at the new features of an editing program and to research other very viable image editors.

I would recommend that everyone visit the following sites, which offer free trials.

Luminar 3

Photolemur 3

Thanks to Roy, it was a a great start to the 2019 Presentation Programme.