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Yarra River Activities Exhibition at Michaels

Images from the Melbourne Camera Club End of Year Competition special set-subject of “Yarra River activities” are on display in the 1st floor gallery of Michaels Camera Video and Digital (corner of Elizabeth and Lonsdale Streets, Melbourne) until 14 January 2018. The special set-subject was sponsored by Michaels, as has all of the printing for the exhibition.


We had a good standard of prints and project images this year and a number of individuals received multiple awards. Check out the results.......


November Photowalk Community - St Kilda Beach and surrounds

Seventeen members and non members attended the last MCC photowalk for 2017.

We met at Luna Park and walked along the Esplanade (arts and craft market), St Kilda pier and foreshore. There was some awesome kite surfers adjacent to the pier which provided some exciting action shots. As the weather was somewhat "nippy" we ended up in a coffee shop for a warm cuppa and then a walk along Acland St ending at the Big Mouth pub for dinner.

October Photowalk Community - Botanical Gardens

There was a good turn out of members for the October Photowalk at the Melbourne Botanical Gardens with a total of 17 members and non-members attending. The weather held out for the community of photographers with some interesting images being captured and shared at the end of the walk at the "Bot" Pub.

September Twilight Photowalk - Docklands

A dozen non members and members braved the weather to join us on the twilight photowalk at Docklands on 3 September. The weather looked dubious in the morning but seem to fine up in the evening which was good for all of us. Once again there were more non members than members on this walk.

Interesting images were captured as the sun set behind the silhouette of the city landscape with streams of traffic adding colour to the output.  We spent some time at the Jim Steynes and Webb bridges too where traditional images were captured.