We meet at the Belmont 16s Sailing Club on the third Wednesday of each month.  Presentations occur on the second and fourth wednesdays. Visitors welcome. Go to About / Help / Contact for more info.

The club caters for photographers of all skill levels, from beginners to highly experienced. You do not need to have expensive camera equipment to participate in the club activities.

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Belmont 16s Photography Club is a subsidiary club of the Belmont 16 Foot Sailing Club which is located on the eastern shore of Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia.

All financial members of the Belmont 16 Foot Sailing Club are welcome as members of the Photography Club. (You must join the main club before joining the Photography Club.)

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7:00 pm Committee Meeting
Committee Meeting
Jul 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Club Committee meets on the first Wednesday night of each month from 7pm to 8pm via Zoom. If you have any issues that you would like the Committee to consider, please contact the Chairperson[...]
11:00 pm Submissions for Skiffy due
Submissions for Skiffy due
Jul 22 @ 11:00 pm
Each month the club publishes a newsletter called Skiffy. You will find all the latest news on a variety of topics including what’s happening on Zoom.   Send your submissions to our Newsletter Editor, Julie[...]
7:00 pm Committee Meeting
Committee Meeting
Aug 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Club Committee meets on the first Wednesday night of each month from 7pm to 8pm via Zoom. If you have any issues that you would like the Committee to consider, please contact the Chairperson[...]
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Print Competition Night – Wednesday 16th June

Our next Print Competition Night will be held at Belmont 16s Sailing Club on Wednesday 16th June. Our judges for the night will be Bev Woodman and Di Schofield. The night will be chaired by Greg Carruthers.

Perhaps unsurprisingly the number of entries we received in May was lower that what we normally saw pre-pandemic. That said, our judges have been instructed to judge the prints entered on their merits and will give awards accordingly. I therefore encourage members who wish to participate in print competitions to get their entries in. The club website is ready to upload your entries.

Depending on the number of entries we will endeavour to provide time for discussion on some of the prints  as feedback from our May meeting indicated members valued the opportunity to discuss some of the entries and learn how they may be improved.

As we did at our last meeting I would remind everyone of our Covid 19 Management Plan:

  • Don’t come to the meeting if you are feeling unwell or off -colour
  • Check-in on entry to the club
  • Use the hand sanitiser stations located around the club
  • Practice social distancing. Chairs will be arranged with a 1.5 m separation. When viewing prints please move in single files from right to left when facing the front of the room.
  • If you are assisting in putting up or taking down stands then please keep your distance from each other.

Dennis Archibald


by Dennis Archibald, June 7, 2021

Zoom presentation THURSDAY night

YES! Please note new date for zoom workshop this week will be on Thursday June 10th 7pm rather than the usual Wednesday night due to clash with State of Origin.

Presenter this week will be Jen Fawkes – Jen will be presenting “Image Evaluation” – powerful images are created with an understanding of the key elements of making a great image. When you look at your own work do you ever ask the question ” Is this a winning image?”

Jen’s workshop is a great opportunity to have a better understanding of these key elements. You will find documents to download under educational resources to help with her workshop ( available by mid week)

It is very easy to join a Zoom workshop. If you have not joined before and would like to, please contact me.

by Greg Carruthers, June 6, 2021

The Entrance Camera Club invites you…

Members of The Entrance Camera Club with students from Kariong Mountains High School recently took part in a Central Coast Council photographic project, InterGen. 


The InterGen photography initiative was a seven week program developed to support a unique intergenerational photographic exchange between the Entrance Camera Club members and students from Kariong Mountains High School. 


Yesterday The Entrance Camera Club participants spent the day setting up the exhibition of images captured during the project. It is an amazing exhibition and we would like members of your Camera/Photography Club to come and see it. 

The official opening is tomorrow, Saturday 5th June at 11am at The Community Gallery, Gosford Regional Galley. The opening times and dates for the exhibition are given below and in the attached flyer. On Thursday 17 June the exhibition moves to The Erina Centre at Erna Fair for a month. 

The Community Gallery – Gosford Regional Gallery, 36 Webb St, East Gosford 

Saturday 5 June – Tuesday 15 June 2021. Open daily 9:30am – 4:00pm 

The Erina Centre Gallery – Foyer of the Erina Library, North South Road, Erina 

Thursday 17 June – Wednesday 14 July 2021. Monday – Friday 9:30am – 4:30pm Saturday 9:30am – 12:30pm, Sunday closed

So there are plenty of opportunities to see it. So please come along to the exhibition for a  visual treat. I hope to see you there.


Barbara Blades, President, The Entrance Camera Club Inc.  Mobile: 0423 784 557

by Susan Slack, June 5, 2021

Club Newsletter

Please check out this month’s Skiffy with the latest Club news, information, competitions and try your luck with our new photography crossword – answers in next month’s Skiffy! Good luck 🙂

by Julie Brooks, June 4, 2021

June Raw Image Challenge

Raw image for June

It’s time for another challenge! Simply download the raw file from the members area. Go to competitions and select June Raw Challenge and you will find the download button. Edit the image with any program and then upload to enter the competition. Why not try out some new techniques! Entries close the end of June.

by Greg Carruthers, June 3, 2021