Light Painting at Altona Beach

Light Painting at Altona Beach © Ian Gofton

It was a calm, clear and mild night that attracted a large number of members to Altona Beach for our light painting activity.  I got to the beach around 7.15pm which I thought was early and walked to our usual spot only to find a huge line of tripods with hardly a spot left.

Around 20 members joined us for the night. There were also some “ring ins” who joined us for the night and had some fun and indicated they might like to join the Club.

Neil, Matt and Karl expertly whirled and twirled the light painting tools and burning steel wool to great effect that ensured all present captured some great images. The count of three, two, one and the sound of clicking shutters resounded through the night as those present endeavoured to capture the next light show. It was a great night enjoyed by all.

If you would like to give light painting a go, you can read the Light Painting Instructions created by Neil.

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Upcoming

Workshop: Flash Theory and Practical - Not Studio Flash

We're going to be working with standard flash units. On and off the camera. We'll look at the pros and cons of the many different ways to use your flash in photography for portraiture work and for lighting macro photos.

We will also following this up with a practical day on the weekend to practise using our flash outdoors.

Entries due for competition 4: "Red" and Open

Walker Close Community Centre
25th June 2024 7:30 pm
Presentation: Negative Space in Photography & Landscapes Part 2

James will join us via Zoom and take us through the concept of Negative space in photography can how it can be used to create an emotional response to your images or to focus on a singular subject.

Following this we will have part 2 of the landscape presentation by Neil and Ian Street.

Walker Close Community Centre
9th July 2024 7:30 pm

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