The club conducts meetings regularly in North Adelaide with competitions, practicals, workshops and social weekends planned. Visitors to the club are always welcome. Please feel free to drop in one night .

Meetings are held at the rear of 176 Tynte Street, North Adelaide (behind the North Adelaide Library and alongside the North Adelaide Post Office) on the second, fourth and fifth Tuesday of each month (excluding Jan & Dec) and typically start at 7:30pm. Please refer to the current programme for details.

If you are interested in joining the club, then please come along to any of the meetings at the clubrooms and take a look. Introduce yourself to any of the committee members (they will be wearing committee badges) and they will be pleased to answer any questions that you have.

Tuesday, 12th July 2016 at 7:30pm – Club Competition - Shadows

The definition for this set subject is: “An image in which the shadow is featured.  The cause of the shadow may be included but not dominant.”

 Saturday, 23rd  July 2016 – Club Outing to the Historical Adelaide Goal
This Club Outing will be led by Chris Woods.  More information about this activity will be provided soon.

Tuesday, 26th July 2016 – Interclub Competition with Ringwood
Earlier this year 35 images from each club were selected and submitted for judging by 2 judges without differentiation between clubs.  Judging has now taken place and Susie Lipert, the judge appointed by ACC will attend our club meeting on 26th July to take us through the comments and scores for each of the 70 images.  At the end of this process we will learn the gross score and it will be revealed which club has won the competition this year. 

This course will guide you through the digital photography basics you need to know to start taking better pictures now and will be suitable for the brand-new beginner and the somewhat knowledgeable. No previous training or experience is required.

Shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, exposure compensation, histograms, lens choice, etc- these are just some of the vital tools you need to understand to master your camera and to elevate your photography to the next level.

There are no prerequisites for this course. The only requirement is a digital SLR camera, a mirrorless compact digital camera, or any other digital camera that allows you to control the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO. What is taught and discussed will apply to all DSLR and mirrorless compact cameras. A tripod would be a good investment as we progress through the course.

There will be a strong emphasis on practical work with participants encouraged to provide sample images (good and bad) for critique as a means of identifying problems and issues and improving your picture taking.

All enquiries to Daniel Pangrazio, at: dpangraz@bigpond.net.au or 0416 233 767.