Author Archives: James Allan

February 2020

What a start to the year.  We have undertaken the 31 day challenge in January.  This year we have had unprecedented bushfires destroying property and taking lives.  The club year started with our first two scheduled competitions and a workshop … Continue reading

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An Iconic Australian Christmas

Merry Christmas all. I have just added an article to camera clips.  A look at images on the theme of making an iconic Australian Christmas image.  I wish you all well in the Christmas season. James

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December 2019

I have just posted the December edition of Camera clips.  This is our end of year edition and includes images and explanations  of the top images from our annual end of year competition.  The Banner is derived from one of … Continue reading

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October Camera Clips

This edition features banners based on excellent spot colour photographs by Suzie Smith and Mark Pedlar.  We have articles of travel to Borneo (Helen Whitford), Iceland (Duart McLean) and Scotland (Di Gage). Lastly we have a book review of a … Continue reading

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August 2019 Camera Clips

I have been fortunate to score articles from Di Gage, Judy Sara, Mark Pedlar, Howard Seaman and Chris Schultz this month.  I have all of the information presented at the recent Spot colour workshop.  Howard and I swap RAW files … Continue reading

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Branding

The logo of our club depicts a camera lens and a couple of branches of blackwood, an Australian  wattle tree.  This has been a successful and recognizable symbol for over 50 years. I have been experimenting with variations on this … Continue reading

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May in June 2019

I am dreadfully late putting out the May edition of Camera clips.  Above, the banner is an image of Victoria Falls by Kerry Malec.  This appeared in our Elements competition and the element in this case was water. In this … Continue reading

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