Members to bring their submissions for the AV competition on a USB device, which will be played that night. Please bring them 15 minutes earlier and give them to Lisa to load into the computer.
All participants that evening will be asked to vote on all AV entries and give Lisa their votes. Final results will be known at the EOY Presentation Night.
All AV creators will be asked to give a brief discussion of their AV and answer questions from the audience.
Sunset is at 8.12pm on this day, so we will meet up at 7.30pm that evening at a venue to be advised.
This is the Gala event of the year for IPS, where all fourteen trophies and gold medallions will be awarded, plus a range of silver and bronze medallions. The suspense will be high as winners are not known to anyone except the Competitions Committee.
There are two 50 Years badges to be awarded this evening! TWO!!! Please come along to congratulate these two members, this is a very rare and special milestone.
Please bring a plate of food to share for supper!
This is the final informal get together for the year, to which it is hoped you will bring your families. The likely venue (TBA) will be the Springthorpe Country Club in Macleod, as in previous years. This is a self-catering function, so please bring your own BBQ food, plus a dessert to share. ,ore information will be provided closer to the date.
Leanne Robson, past President of the Diamond Valley Photographic Society and an experienced light painting photographer has kindly agreed to run this practical night. Please bring your camera and tripod for some interesting photography. Leanne will let us know on the night whether this will be indoors or outdoors, so be sure to bring a warm jacket. Lisa Law will coordinate the evening.
Collecting Prints for EOY Print of the Year
Please bring your prints that were awarded HC or H in any 2019 competition. These will be sent to the judge for the EOY Image of the Year Trophies.
The AGM will be followed by a presentation by Peter Bellmont on Focus Stacking. Focus Stacking is an important process for Macro, Close-Up and Landscape photography that overcomes depth-of-field limitations to ensure the whole image is in focus from front to back. Peter will also discuss a special radial stitching technique to create interesting ‘surround’ images.