Probably the last in this series of Lightroom workshops.
This Thursday September 17th at 7.30pm Topics covered will include
- Using collections to organise your images including smart collections.
- Using virtual copies, advantages and disadvantages.
- Using filters to search for images.
- What is the spray can and why should I use it?
- Adding keywords to your images.
- Sharing your images online.
- Syncing your images with Adobe Lightroom mobile on your phone or tablet or both.
- Making the most of your Adobe creative cloud storage.
Zoom invites will be sent to all Zoom members on Thursday. If you do not receive your invite please contact me.
by Greg Carruthers, September 14, 2020
There were 9 entries that gained our highest award(s).
Members can view all images and comment on them by following this link
View / Comment entries in August 2020 – Digital
Member’s choice voting is available. This just for fun and does not affect the club pointscore. To vote follow the link above.
Misty Morning Hunter Valley
Don Anderson – Honours-Judges-Choice
A Grade Open Colour Digital
The name is Wyatt
John Schiller – Honours-Judges-Choice
A Grade Open Mono Digital
Cradle Valley Enchanted Rainforest
Trevor Cotterill – Honours-Judges-Choice
A Grade SetSubject Digital
David Pearey – Honours-Judges-Choice
B Grade Open Colour Digital
On the menu
Kim Miller – Honours-Judges-Choice
B Grade Open Mono Digital
Not the Wanaka Tree (Port Stephens)
Bob Todd – Honours-Judges-Choice
B Grade SetSubject Digital
A Clear Evening V6 copy
Peter Finch – Honours-Judges-Choice
Advanced Open Colour Digital
All At Sea
Helen Walker – Honours-Judges-Choice
Advanced Open Mono Digital
Sheila Stanley – Honours-Judges-Choice
Advanced SetSubject Digital
by Dennis Archibald, September 13, 2020
Our club has been lucky enough to secure Lisa for an online workshop! Who is Lisa Langell? Lisa is based in the USA and is a member of the PSA. She is a professional wildlife and nature photographer and recognised online presenter. Her workshop is titled “An artistic photographer lies in all of us” and will be presented on Friday September 25th at 11.30am. (The early time is because of the 17hr time difference!)
HOW TO JOIN IN – I will send an email to all members. Simply follow the link to read all about Lisa and the details of the workshop she will present. Then follow the link to register. Register ASAP and then closer to the presentation date you will be sent an online Zoom link to follow to join in the workshop. SIMPLE!
All registered members will have access to a video of the workshop even if you you cannot attend, so it is best to register and then you will not miss out!
Lisa is giving her time free of charge to camera clubs all around the world. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to engage with a professional photographer who can help with your creative photography.
by Greg Carruthers, September 8, 2020
Welcome to the latest edition of the The Belmont 16s Photography Club newsletter – Skiffy.
You will find all the latest news on a variety of topics including what’s happening on Zoom, who is on the Club Committee after the AGM in August, what is happening in the PSA Interclub competition, details of the latest RAW challenge and much, much more.
Julie – Editor
by Julie Brooks, September 3, 2020
ALL club members are invited to enter. If you think that you might enter any of the PSA Interclub competitions, please download the “Permission for PSA to Use Images” document from the link below so that your images can be shown on the PSA website. This permission is not compulsory but it will help to promote our club. After you sign the form (physically or electronically) please email it to me.
Permission for PSA to use imagesDownload
by Roy Killen, September 1, 2020