Previous club member’s photo in Christchurch Star

Previous member Pat Tetlow’s photograph, Reflections, has been spotted in the Readers’ Photos page of the Christchurch Star.  Pat has obviously been active in the photography field since moving into Christchurch.  Well done Pat.

Reflections by Pat Tetlow

 

 

 

 

 

 

News Flash!

Our calendar is reaching out to people across the world with Eric  of Newport, Wales, UK complimenting us on the photographs of the area.

“Have just enjoyed viewing your club site, some really outstanding photography of your local area. You may be wondering how I found your site. I have acquired this year’s Calendar produced by your club. So will be thinking of you each month.”

Eric, Newport, South Wales. U.K.

 

Governors Bay Walk

Ten Club members started from the Allandale Reserve and with cameras at the ready and proceeded along the Foreshore Road Walkway on Sunday 21st May.  Originally built in 1857 this bridleway later became the the main road but now provides a 3.5km coastal walkway with great views down the harbour and interesting features along the way.

The group had lunch at the Governors Bay Hotel and returned to Allandale along the same route in the afternoon snapping under brighter conditions with different lighting effects.

Start of walk

Volcanic rock formation

Camera Club Walkers

 

Tekapo Field Trip 

The Club had a field trip to Lake Tekapo on the weekend of 25-25 March 2017 at which 22 members and partners attended.  Three houses were booked and all met for a BYO dinner at one of them on the Friday night.  A wide range of photographs were taken, needless to say, The Church of the Good Shepherd, the night sky, the lake and the surrounding countryside.

The Club usually has a number of field trips during the year and these prove invaluable for getting to know each other, trying out new photography techniques and learning from each other in a different environment.

 

AGM 2017

The 19th AGM of the Camera Club was held on the  18 April 2017.    Dorothy Shrimpton, the outgoing Chair, gave a glowing report on the Club’s activities over the past year and thanked all those concerned in  making the year a success.  The new officers elected for the next 12 months are:

Chair: Joan Gladwyn

Secretary: Prue Kennard

Committee: Dorothy Shrimpton, Evelyn Keeley, Tim Cheesbrough, Steve Howard, Noel Blackburn, Daniel Tartaglia

The CluPhoto Galleryb has 39 members and is in a good financial position with subscriptions being maintained at $20pp, $30 couple and $10 student.

Members Photo Gallery

McLeans Falls – T Eastwood

White faced heron – T Eastwood

Matai Falls – T Eastwood

Sandy Bay – T Eastwood

Toi Toi sunset – R Wyllie

Harbour sunrise – R Wyllie

Purau Bay – P Tetlow

Camp Bay – P Kennard

Under left wing – P Kennard

Okains batch – B Doudney

Orton Bradley muster – S Bauer

Mt Herbert local – R Wyllie

Lake Pukaki – R Wyllie

Kaikoura Evening – B Doudney

Mt Bradley – J Nieman

Bellbird feeding -J Nieman

Portside – J Nieman

Gebbies Pass stormclouds – S Bauer

All seeing Eye – D Shrimpton

Seasons – D Shrimpton

Lyttelton Winter – B Doudney