May 15
Heidi Rookyard talks to the club about competition photos
Our guest speaker for our last meeting was Heidi Rookyard, a local professional portrait and wedding photographer. She discussed how to present award winning photos for competition and showcased some of her award winning photos. You can view some of Heidi's work here.
Mar 15
Lorrain Gratton wins best Best Print of the Mudgee show
Lorraine Gratton a Cudgegong Camera Club member has won the Best Print of the Mudgee Show! With hundreds of entries, her image entered in the Creative Photo section took out the main prize. Congratulations!
Sep 14
Mudgee Hosts Western Districts Photo Competition
The Cudgegong Camera Club was excited to host the Western Districts Interclub AGM and Photo Competition. It was a weekend of world-class speakers, photography workshops and outstanding photos! There were lots of entries in the photo competition including winning entries from our club members.
Sep 14
Celebrity photographer David Anderson runs lighting workshop
Members were lucky to have world-renowned celebrity photographer David Anderson demonstrate a Power Portrait. The workshop was held at Pieter Van Gent winery and consisted of a Power Portrait, shooting a model outside with off-camera lighting and studio lighting workshop inside the winery.
Sep 14
Roy Killen talks to the club about nature photography
As part of the Western Districts Interclub competition, guest speaker Roy Killen spoke about the rules and regulations of nature photography. Roy is a nature photography expert and has photograped around the world, his photography examples were very inspiring and his knowledge was a great help to all aspiring nature photographers.
Jul 14
Club visits the Mudgee Observatory
We all rugged up and set out to photograph the stars at the Mudgee Observatory. Canon users were able to connect their cameras to the telescopes and take some fantastic photos of nebulas and planets. Read more about our trip via the Mudgee Guardian story here.
What our members say
  • Cudgegong Camera Club provides a friendly environment where you can learn more about your camera's capabilities and how to use it more effectively.

    Knowledge and experience are willingly shared to help you become a better photographer.
    Heather Rushton
  • Since becoming a member of the Cudgegong Camera Club two years ago, I have enjoyed experiences outside with my camera that I would not have experienced by sitting at home in my lounge room.

    It has been a great way to meet new people who have the same interests as me. Each month we focus on a new topic which are idea’s from members interests.

    I have found it’s been a great way to learn new skills and ideas to help improve my photography.
    Tanya McCallum
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