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Queensland Camera Group - Welcome to QCG... Australia

Queensland Camera Group - Welcome to QCG... Australia

Queensland Camera Group was formed in 1956 and provides a meeting place for those interested in all aspects of photography, including both projected images (35mm slides and digital jpegs) and prints (conventional and digital).

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Australian Institute of Professional Photography - Seminars for Qld Professional Photographers

Australian Institute of Professional Photography - Seminars for Qld Professional Photographers

Founded in 1963, the AIPP is a not-for-profit organisation run voluntarily for and by professional photographers and industry representatives who seek to set a standard of excellence within the photographic industry. The AIPP strives to promote and maintain the highest standards of professional competence and business ethics in the industry. By maintaining rigorous entry criteria and a binding Code of Ethics for members, as well as providing ongoing education via seminars, workshops and events, the AIPP is a brand of trust in the photographic industry. AIPP Committees represent members on important issues such as copyright; taxation, legal and business matters; insurance; digital imaging and work practices. The AIPP has close associations with other industry bodies such as PICA, ACMP, PPIA, AIMBI and other national and international organisations. While the main focus is on professional photographers, the AIPP encourages those working in industry related services e.g. equipment suppliers, laboratory technicians, studio managers and educators, to become members and actively participate in AIPP workshops and seminars. In addition to representing those working full time in the industry, the AIPP also has a genuine commitment to those who are intending to join the profession and to others who have a keen interest in the art and science of photography. As a result special categories of membership are available to trade affiliates, students, amateur photographers and retired...

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Wynnum Bayside Camera Club. Brisbane Queensland, Australia

Wynnum Bayside Camera Club. Brisbane Queensland, Australia

Wynnum Bayside Camera Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Meetings are held in the Queensland Philatelic Council clubhouse on the corner of West Ave. and Coolcrest St. Wynnum North, commencing at 7-30pm. The 2nd Tuesday, Prac Night , is designed to provide a learning experience for members. Normally there is a guest speaker to pass on knowlege of their area of photographic endeavour. On the 4th Tuesday the club conducts a monthly photography competition for both film and digital enthusiasts. Beginners are welcome, we have experienced photographers who are more than happy to pass on their knowledge and expertise. Club outings are held on a regular basis. Wynnum Bayside, being affiliated with the Photographic Society of Queensland and the South East Queensland Association of Camera Clubs, offers members the opportunity to compete in several inter-club competitions each year. The competitions cover prints, slides and projected digital images so all photographic tastes are catered for.

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Cairns Photographic Society CPSINC The Photographic club for the Cairns District. - Queensland, Australia

Cairns Photographic Society CPSINC The Photographic club for the Cairns District. - Queensland, Australia

We meet in Cominos House, Greenslopes Street, Edge Hill, Cairns and our meetings commence at 7pm on the first Tuesday of each month from February to November - Visitors are always welcome - We are a friendly and long established club, being a continuance of the photographic club formed in Cairns in 1899, that has undergone several name changes over the years. The aims of our Club are to encourage members to produce creative work of their own, and to encourage and enable members to aid each other in achieving their aims . Our monthly club meetings include at times, guest speakers, information evenings and tutorials. We hold monthly competitions with a wide variety of subjects, giving members the opportunity to compete and improve their photography. Outings are held once a month and cover a diverse range of photographic subjects, often taking advantage of discounted entry fees to some of the venues we visit

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Gold Coast Photographic Society website, the premier camera club on the Gold Coast, Queensland, est.1958

Gold Coast Photographic Society website, the premier camera club on the Gold Coast, Queensland, est.1958

Meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays, Check website for location and details of our club. Over 75 members, 90% now digital in some form or other.

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Brisbane Camera Group Inc - Brisbane Camera Group Picturing Brisbane and Australia

Brisbane Camera Group Inc - Brisbane Camera Group Picturing Brisbane and Australia

Brisbane Camera Group, inaugurated in 1949, is a friendly club for photographers at all levels, from beginner to advanced. We encourage the development of photographic skills and artistic creativity through lectures, workshops, competitions and other club activities. Visitors are welcome to attend any of our meetings. If you re looking to join the club, you can download a membership application form and bring it to a meeting, or fill one in on the night you attend.

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Aspley Camera Club Inc. -- Aspley, Queensland, Australia

Aspley Camera Club Inc. -- Aspley, Queensland, Australia

Messages Items of interest Advice of a general nature to club members and visitors about photography. The Club meets on the first and third Monday of each month at the RAOB Hall 30 Seeney St, Zillmere. Meetings begin at 7.30pm. and all are welcome, whether beginners, experienced photographers or non-photographers. There is a small entry fee to members to cover the venue. During the course of the meeting all present are invited to refreshments giving a chance to discuss interests and problems with others. The club covers a wide range of formats and subjects. You don’t need to own the latest digital single lens reflex camera to be a member. What is important is the end result, not the equipment used.Competitions are held each month for black & white prints, colour prints, colour slides and digital images. Work may be produced by the digital or analog means either by the entrant or a commercial laboratory. This is judged by experienced photographers who provide helpful feedback and comments to the entrants. A newsletter is published each month and displayed on the club website

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The Beaudesert Camera Club - Queensland, Australia

The Beaudesert Camera Club - Queensland, Australia

Our club is always on the go! To keep track of the various activities that have been planned for the year check our online Calendar. This Calendar is continually being updated to reflect the changes in any activities planned, it lists each meeting and who the Guest Speaker is. At each meeting we have two photographic competitions. One for Novice Photographers and one for Advanced Photographers. Winning Critique photos are placed on the website each month. Have a look at the photos and be inspired. Each competition is split into two sections. Open where you can submit a photo of any subject Topic where you can submit a photo of a given subject. The Topics are set at the beginning of each year and are listed in the Yearly Calendar so you can plan your shots in advance. Each entry into the competition earns points depending on its placing. These points accumulate and at the end of the year there is an overall winner. In addition to the Monthly Competitions, we also run a Quarterly Competition for Enlargements . Enlargements can be of any subject, but the photo must be enlarged and should be matted. These monthly competitions are judged for us by the Guest Speaker for that month. In addition to our Weekend Camps, we go on various Day Trips throughout the year. These trips can be held with only a few members or with many members. Pack a lunch, meet up for car pooling and away you go. A fun day is always had by all. Examples of Day Trips include: Australia Zoo, Currumbin Bird...

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Photographic Society of Queensland Inc. (PSQ) - Wellington Point Qld - Australia

Photographic Society of Queensland Inc. (PSQ) - Wellington Point Qld - Australia

The Photographic Society of Queensland Inc. (PSQ) promotes the art of photography, in all its forms, throughout this great State. The Photographic Society of Queensland Inc. (PSQ) represents 42 affiliated photography clubs in Qld and promotes the art and science of photography in all its forms.

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