Club Night

Club nights are held on the last Thursday of the month at the Stirling Street Arts Centre in Bunbury. 

Projected images must be uploaded by 12pm midnight the previous Friday.. 

Please register your printed images on club night with the Exhibition Coordinator before 7.10pm.

Only financial members are eligible to participate in putting up images for appraisal. All work must be the work of the entrant. Members may submit only 2 images in each category. 

A print or digital images awarded a Gold or Silver cannot be entered in any other future club

Awards are as follows: Bronze 71-79 points, Silver 80-89 points, Gold 90-100. These are totalled for the end of year Photographer of the Year award.  

You can find a copy of the exhibition schedule with full details of requirements etc here - 2021 Exhibition Schedule

EXHIBITION SCHEDULE 2021

NOTE: Topics may be colour or mono unless monochromatic only is specified. For more detailed definitions of each topic look on our webpage forum: www.photographygroupofbunbury.com

28 January

ProjectedLandscape ‘Twilight’ (Click West Topic)

An image of any scape taken at twilight either morning or evening.

Print – ‘Isolate’ (Wagin Interclub topic)

A word synonymous with Year 2020 which some people have found quite challenging. However, the Wagin Exhibition should be uplifting NOT depressing and it is felt that photographers will be able to relate this subject to scenes of a positive nature.

Sunday 7th February – Bunbury Triathlon shoot - postponed 

   25 February

Projected − Portrait (Click West Topic)

An image of a person, or part thereof, with a shadow/s forming a significant compositional component. A silhouette is not acceptable.

Print (Black and White only) – Abstract (Click West Topic)

An abstract image derived from an industrial / architectural / machine source.

Sunday 7th March – Camera Craft 101 workshop

25 March – Member Judging

Printed – Animal Portrait (Albany Interclub Topic) A portrait of an animal that not only captures the appearance of the animal but also offers an insight into its personality and may provide an insight to its owner or environment (MEMBERS JUDGING).

Mini-workshop – Chris De Blank – Lightroom Collections

29 April

Projected – Open (must have been shot in WA) (Setagaya, Sister City with Bunbury, Photo Exchange). Images to be exhibited at BRAG from June to August and in Setagaya, Tokyo.

April - Print – Negative Space

An image in which the negative space defines, enhances and emphasizes the main subject of the photo, drawing your eye to it. The negative space should have the effect of making the viewer notice and inspect the main subject.

14 – 16 May – Cervantes Weekend

19 May – Len Metcalf Zoom Presentation - Topic – Black & White Photography

27 May

Projected - Liquid (Close Up Click West Topic)

An image taken close up of a subject consisting mainly of water / another liquid / or a mixture.

Print Open (Colour - Print West Topic)

Any subject treated pictorially ie. Embodying the elements of good design, arrangement or composition and which reflect the personal interpretation of the photographer, including ‘creative’ and ‘experimental’ techniques and derivations providing there is a photographic base.

24 June

Projected (mono only) − Open (Mono – Print West Topic)

Any subject treated pictorially ie. Embodying the elements of good design, arrangement or composition and which reflect the personal interpretation of the photographer, including ‘creative’ and ‘experimental’ techniques and derivations providing there is a photographic base.

Print – Traffic Vehicle Night Lights

An image of light trails that add a wow factor to urban night photography. Traffic, city lights and car light trails that show the rhythm of life at night.

June (TBC) – Fungi Field Trip

29 July

Projected ‘Forest’

An image that reflects the vast variety of patterns, shapes created by forests and trees. Abstract or as a forest landscape. Capture the lines, shapes, textures, colours and moods as the weather/ light transform the environment.

July - Mini Workshop - Chris De Blank – Intro to Speed-lights

26 August

Projected – Open Panorama

A panorama is a long photograph that encompasses a wide (or tall) area. It has a ratio (height / width) of at least ½ but usually a 1/3. The image can be cropped or multiple images stitched together.

Print – Minimalism

An image which uses a minimal amount of colour, objects, shapes and texture in the composition.

17 – 19 September – Perup Weekend

30 September

Projected − Forgotten Objects

An image showing an object (or objects) that have been either discarded, forgotten or abandoned. Use photographic techniques to tell the story.

Mini-workshop TBA

 

Sunday 17 October - Bunbury Tiathlon photo shoot - details to come

28 October - (Please note our AGM will precede our regular club night activities this month)

Projected (mono only) – Wheel/s

An image where the main subject is a wheel of some description.

Print – Emerging

An image showing something emerging. Could be a flower emerging from a bud or an insect emerging from a plant, a bird emerging from an egg; something emerging from somewhere. Think outside the box.

25TH November will be our end-of-year club windup and presentation night.