Digital Photography

 

Hi everyone,

Hope your 1st month of our new year 2022 hasn’t been too much influenced by our ‘Not-so-friendly’, and uninvited, Mr Covid.  Sadly, it seems we are certainly going to be negatively influenced by his presence for some months to come.

I’ve’ just been advised by Bendigo Bank, that access to their Community Room remains closed until further notice. They are hopeful that, by mid February, they will have a clearer idea in respect to future community access.

 In the meantime, we will explore what form of activities we might take to help keep our creative juices flowing and ‘Camera Trigger Finger’ flexible.

In the meantime, please keep an eye on your emails for further advice.

Happy snapping……..  Don.


Meetings

The group meets the 4th Thursday of every month (except December as it clashes with Xmas) – from 1330-1600hrs.

Our normal meetings are held in the meeting room of the Bendigo Community Bank in Ringwood East.

Activities

As well as regular meetings at the Bendigo Bank venue we often have day trips to specific photographic locations.  Additionally, as opportunities present, we may invite a guest speaker to address the group.

History

We have been active since the inception of the Ringwood Clocktower Probus Club Inc. as one of the first convenor led groups.

The objective of the group is to help members begin the process of getting more out of the Digital Photography revolution though understanding their new Digital cameras and begin the process of developing and expanding group knowledge about photography in general.

We have held photographic exhibitions at a number of our birthday celebrations whilst also producing our annual club calendar

Convenor

Don Gathercole – 0409 657 306

 


Members’ Photos

Click here to see a selection of photos of Warburton

Click here to see a selection of photos by Don Gathercole

Click here to see a selection of photos by Don Gathercole

Click here to see a selection of photos by John Ballinger

Click here to see a selection of photos by Marg Detez – Melbourne at Night