Speakeasy Shoots

With a lot of members who enjoy photographing people we decided to run a few shoots each year, based around a concept. Our first concept shoot a couple of weeks ago was 1920’s Speakeasy. The […]

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2019 Calendar

Eighty Four images were submitted for this years calendar. Using blind voting the four admins (Pio, Kellye, Michael and Vicki) chose their favourite 12. (As Bevlea put the images up, she knew whose they were […]

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Layer Masks – Making the knife float

Finished Image – Photography by Albert Tay To create this follow the steps Open both images into photoshopClick on second image (the one with fingers at bottom) and on your keyboard, click Cntrl A to […]

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Floating Fruit Workshop

On a very cold wet Sunday in July we held our first floating fruit workshop. I should have taken a pic of the rubbish because we ended up with four bags of seriously abused fruit […]

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Shibari – The Art Of Japanese Rope Bondage

Although often associated with fetish practitioners, shibari is a learned skill that can be used for mental stimulation and relaxation, both by the roper (usually called a rigger) and the person being trussed up (the […]

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King Valley Balloon Festival

Queens Birthday weekend 2019 quite a lot of our members made the journey up the Hume Hwy to Millawa in the King Valley for the Balloon Festival. There was to be mass ascensions at 7am […]

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The Blue Mountains and Sydney Vivid 2018

Four Nights in the Blue Mountains by Pio Marcelaine A group of like-minded togs headed off to the Blue Mountains, NSW on June 4, 2018. It’s wintertime in Melbourne. Heading north seemed like a good idea. There […]

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Wilson Prom Weekend

Late in February around 17 of our members headed down to Wilsons Prom for a weekend stay and shoot… we had a plan for shooting.. that the weather did interfere with.. but sunrise on the […]

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Princetown and the Twelve Apostles

It seems  the first rule of any endeavour is do your homework.  I did this.  Researched landmarks, routes, accom, tides, sunrise and sunset times.  Looked at travelling distances between the major photo stops. We even […]

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Outback Adventures Day 5

After a very comfortable nights sleep in the big king sized beds at Mungo Lodge I was up around 5.30 and out the door just after six… along with Lisa and Amy we jumped in […]

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