Coming up this Thursday – wildlife & nature photographer Tesni Ward

Coming to Melbourne Photographic Society this Thursday (27th September) is wildlife & nature photographer Tesni Ward.

www.tesniward.co.uk

Tesni will be giving a talk about the processes and techniques she uses to capture such stunning images of the natural world.

Visitors are welcome on the night (£3.50)

Thomas Cook Memorial Hall
Thursday 27th September – 7.30-22.00pm
Refreshments served at halftime.

See you there!

Welcome to the new 2018/19 season!

With our new 2018/19 season starting this Thursday (20th September), we wanted to let you know we’ve just up-dated our shiny new programme, you can check it out by clicking here.

As well as the usual favourites we’ve some exciting new topics being covered by our guest speakers such as wedding photography (get prepared, someone is sure to ask you to shoot theirs at some point!), drone photography and shooting video with your camera.

It’s sure to be another interesting, fun and educational year at Melbourne Photographic Society, so come along and say hi! we look forward to seeing you.

Melbourne World War One Centenary Photographic competition

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Melbourne World War One Centenary Photographic competition

To contribute to Melbourne’s remembrance of The Armistice Century, Melbourne Photographic Society have launched a photographic competition with the theme of “Comradeship”.  We are hoping for hundreds of entries, of which the winning and highly commended entries will be selected to be on exhibition on 27th October at Melbourne Assembly Rooms.  There will be a prize of a £50 voucher for the winner to spend at the photographic retailer of their choice. 

The competition is open to all local photographers.  We are not looking for photographical technical excellence, just for creativity around the theme of Comradeship.  The theme is open to individual interpretation, but entries must have the Armistice centenary at their heart.

The deadline for submissions will be Friday 12th October 2018, with the winners notified on 19th October 2018. The winning entry and highly commanded entries will be on display at the Melbourne Assembly Rooms on Melbourne’s Remember day – Saturday 27th October 2018.

Click here to read the terms and conditions of entry.