The title, ‘Moments in Time’ refers to my limited opportunities for photography, having to weave my photographic opportunities into the rest of my life, grabbing ‘moments in time’ and using a more spontaneous approach to photography, seeing photographic potential in less obvious places. Subject matter is mainly landscape, urban details and street photography. I particularly enjoy images which evoke a mood, tell a story or provoke a question. I use digital manipulation to add to the mood and to direct the eye of the viewer to recreate the image that I ‘saw’ when I initially made the image, which may not have been the image which was actually there.
Erica is a member of the Gamma Photoforum and details of her work can be found there.
Paddy Ruske will be returning to Melbourne to deliver presentation on “Digital Ramblings”. Paddy visited us last season, where he was judging, it is time now to come back to deliver this presentation.
His work can be found at both
Alastair is one of our most experienced competitors in the society. He will be delivering an illustrated talk covering a Tour of Japan’s main island [Honshu] in 2016 taking in Tokyo, Hakone, Takayama, Kyoto, Hiroshima and Osaka.
This should prove to be an interesting night for all.
This is the first members night of the season. We are presently looking for members to come forward with content, for this your evening. This has in the past covered such area as Critique, Presentation, Talks, Technique, Advise etc. You may have an Idea of what you want to present, or a thought about what you would like to see. Ideas please to Paul Cooper or Ian Pettit.
So far we have offers for
- Drone Photography – Steve Fairbrother
- Coast to Coast Bike Rides – Chris Brown & John Zahorodnyj
- Getting the most from Facebook, Tony Pedley & Wendy Nuttall
- Five Years of Calke, Lorraine Dowell
- Della Astle
- Gavin Lake, Slides on his favourite subject
A general print and digital presentation by Keith Burgoyne from Lichfield
Full details of Keith’s photographic skills can be found on his website at