Inspiring weekend photography fans

Encouraging people to register for the upcoming Northern NSW Zone Convention, which includes an exhibition of some 400 photographs, are Lismore Camera Club president Kevin Bowden and secretary Marie Cook.

Be inspired, get face-to-face advice from experts and marvel at some of the finest photography in the state when the Lismore Camera Club hosts the Northern NSW Zone Photographic Convention in Lismore on May 3 and 4.

This massive photography convention includes two full days of talks and workshops, plus therell be a stunning exhibition of more than 400 photographs from members of camera clubs right across NSW.

Guest speakers include editor of Total Image, Shelton Muller, award-winning nature photographer Jenni Horsnell, storm chaser Michael Bath and local Northern Star news photographer Jacklyn Wagner.

These photography gurus will discuss different aspects of this artform and run workshops that will help people hone their own skills and inspire them to keep on capturing those defining moments in life.

If youre into photography youd be stupid to miss it, Lismore Camera Club secretary Marie Cook said. It caters for the aspiring or junior photographer right through to the established professional. Its a really unique opportunity to meet and learn from a group of very dynamic photographers, so keep your diary free for that weekend.

The Northern NSW Zone Convention will be held at the Lismore Workers Club on May 3 and 4. For $75 you can enjoy all lectures and workshops, plus a scrumptious dinner with the speakers and refreshments throughout the weekend. For $45 you get the same deal not including dinner on Saturday night.

To register or find out more about the event, phone Kevin on 6622 7899 or Marie on 6621 6187. Or visit www.photographynsw.org.au/lismorecameraclub/index.htm and download a registration form.


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