The closing date for this competition has been extended until midnight on Sunday 3rd March. Please submit your entries as soon as possible.
by Roy Killen, March 1, 2019
Ben Fewtrellis a professional photographer, who lives in Sydney. He describes himself as being an adventurous creator and passionate landscape photographer.
Ben has an active You Tube Channel with “tips, tricks, reviews and general nonsense”. He also has a free e-book on his website called “10 Tips to Better Photos “
Ben was a very popular presenter at the Northern Zone Conference in 2018. This coming presentation is sure to be very entertaining and informative.
Please do not forget your gold coin donation on the night.
by Diane Schofield, February 25, 2019
Just a clarification on the prints needed for the Raymond Terrace and Cessnock exhibitions. Katharine James requires 80 prints all up for framing. Those prints will go to Raymond Terrace on 1st May then be moved from there to Cessnock to be put up for that exhibition on 3rd June.
Katharine needs to have ALL the 80 prints by the April competition night at the latest. Please contact Katharine James if you require further information.
by Lee-ann Hattander, February 24, 2019
Hi members. The March edition of the Skiffy Newsletter is now available and can be downloaded from here
by Lee-ann Hattander, February 23, 2019
The criteria for the March Set Subject has been updated and includes a link with additional information and examples.
Negative space is the area around and between objects in a picture, which can provide ‘breathing room’ giving the viewer’s eyes somewhere to rest and prevents the image from appearing too cluttered. Ideally, it should be used to enhance an image by creating better-composed pictures as well as allowing viewers to see sizes and shapes more easily (you may find this article useful – https://contrastly.com/negative-space/), to be judged by Terina Vale.
Entries for the March competition close at 11pm 17/03/2019.
by Terina Vale, February 21, 2019