Studio Session 2014

  How many photographers does it take to do studio photography? 50. One to take the shots and forty-nine to say, “I could have done that!” (?!)   An early, early start of 10am. I mean, who’s even awake at 10am on a Sunday?! We had many photographers, some experienced and some not, which was[…]

Event Photography Workshop 2014

  If you saw a man fall over and you could either save him or photograph the event…what aperture would you use?   Ah, the world of event photography. The glitz. The glamour. The lighting. The gear. The worries. THE PRESSURE. No fear, Monash University’s very own Winson Chan spoke and imparted his own wisdom[…]

Light Painting 2014

  Ooh, the pretty, pretty lights   Don’t you just love it when people come together? And thus, we had our first joint event with the MCJAF (Monash Club of Juggling and Firetwirling)! We started off with el Presidente Diana and el Vice Presidente Horace briefing us on the works, what long exposure is, how[…]

Landscape Workshop 2014

  Buy a professional camera and you’re a professional photographer, buy a flute and you own a flute.   Ever look at a National Geographic magazine and see amazing landscape photos? That could now be you, after the amazing Derrick Koo shed some light on how he takes his mesmerising landscape shots.     He[…]

Studio Workshop 2014

  How do you make a small fortune in photography? Start with a large one.   STUDIO WORKSHOP! And who better than Will Chao, a highly esteemed wedding photographer, to lead us on a full house, studiorific journey.     He showed us the wonders of how to light things properly, showed us what not to[…]

Portraiture Workshop 2014

  If a photographer were to have a pet turtle what kind would it be? A snapper..   Now that everyone has attended the basic workshop, everyone should now have a newly developed bond with their cameras, and the best way to focus our newly acquired skills? Why, a Portraiture Workshop, of course!     Daphne and[…]

Basic Workshop 2014

Time to get that camera out   Aperture. ISO. F-Stops. Ugh!     If you’ve got a question mark hanging over your head when it comes to this stuff, you’re not the only one, for sure. Problem being, these terms, and a bunch of others, are key to developing skill as a photographer. As such,[…]

Food Photography Workshop 2013

‘Ello ‘Ello !   Food, food, delicious food. A bowl of colourful fruits complemented the rolls of bread, while oriental sushi contrasted western dessert cakes. No wonder everyone was soon hungry, and devouring the sushi rolls especially for eating. The long ones for eating.     Talking about long, our president likes the “long black ones”…Nikon[…]

Studio Workshop 2

Hey Hey!   The new faces sure did come by fast during the first of our fortnightly studio session!     It started a bit awkwardly, but soon the photographers and models swapped facebook, and loosened up. Hat, masks, headphones, sunnies, some lights, camera, and poses!! All that was needed to set off this great[…]

Studio Workshop 1

Good day to you!   The day started with a locked door. Luckily, the event was changed to a 10am start, and security was able to unlock it using their magic after a phone call. Setting up was also delayed, but the first few photos were taken not long after 10am.     Whether it[…]