Post Processing – The Many Faces of Matt

Caulfield Photographic Society hosts a “Club Night” 3 or 4 times each year.  This means that the speakers or activities come directly from our own members rather than from outside the club.  Recently we had a post processing exercise where a number of RAW files were shared with members before the night.  The idea was Read More …

Melbourne Cricket Ground

Fifteen Caulfield Photographic Society Members met at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and were given an excellent personalised  tour by a volunteer guide.  He modified his standard talk so we could focus on our camera work but was happy to answer questions. The feedback was very positive with the participants finding it most interesting.  There were no events on Read More …

It takes 4 .. or is it 6 ?

You could be forgiven if you thought we only have 4 members at Caulfield Photographic Society!  All night at the end of year competition the winners were called … Mario, Gary, Gary, Mario,  Mario, Gary; Gwen, Daniel, Daniel, Gwen, oh and congratulations to Lauren & Karen who managed to steal a couple of awards away from Read More …

Novice Takes out Paul Robinson Trophy

Paul, the founder of Caulfield Photographic Society sets a topic each year to challenge us and performs cold judging on the night.  Typically the topic involves a technique or style of photography that sometimes has us checking google for the definition!  This years topic was “Low Key”.  Whilst there are Novice and General Sections for both digital and Read More …

Australian Railway Historical Society

Sometimes our field trips take us to places you wouldn’t otherwise visit such as the Australian Railway Historical Society museum in Newport (ARHS).  We discovered that you don’t have to be a train buff to enjoy the display as it is a fascinating look at Victoria’s locomotive history starting with an array of steam engines dating Read More …

VAPS Convention 2016

Caulfield Photographic Society did well in the VAPS inter-club this year held at Albury-Wodonga. The weekend was very interesting for the three members who attended the convention. Sue Rocco was awarded second and a Merit in the Open Audio Visual division with ‘The Function of Fences’ and ‘Flying Things’. Overall we came 18th in the Read More …

Korumburra Weekend

Caulfield Photographic Society Members enjoyed a great weekend at Korumburra recently.  Located in the foothills of the of the Strzelecki Ranges provided us opportunities to photograph rolling landscapes, autumn colours, farm life, birds, Markets and Coal Creek community park and museum.  Comfortable accommodation across two neighbouring houses made for a relaxing social weekend (albeit for the early rises for landscapes!). Poddy Read More …

LENS Mist 2016 – shortlisted

An image ‘Light at Beau’ by a CPS member has been shortlisted for the 2016 Lens Mist Photographic Awards. The theme of Lens Mist in 2016 is “light”. From the LENS MIST 2016 website:- Kingston Arts’ popular annual Photography Award and Exhibition, Lens Mist returns in 2016! Artists of all ages and abilities were invited Read More …

Interested in Photography Classes ?

If you are interested in photography classes, look no further.  Caulfield Photographic Society runs an Introduction to Photography Course annually in Melbourne (St Peters Parish Hall in Murrumbeena).  This year the course starts on Tuesday 5th April at 7:30 pm.  In addition to Tuesday nights there is a night photography session on a Friday evening and a field trip to Hedgeley Dean Gardens in Read More …