Get snap happy at camera convention

This picture was taken by award-winning nature photographer Jenni Horsnell, who is one of the speakers at this weekends Northern NSW Zone Photographic Convention.

Tickets are still available for the Northern NSW Zone Photographic Convention, which features two full days of talks, workshops and fun this weekend as well as a massive photography exhibition.

Presented by the Lismore Camera Club, the Northern NSW Zone Photographic Convention will be held at the Lismore Workers Club on May 3 and 4.

Camera clubs from right across NSW will be displaying their best snaps and there will be a number of high-profile speakers including editor of Total Image, Shelton Muller, award-winning nature photographer Jenni Horsnell, storm chaser Michael Bath and local Northern Star news photographer Jacklyn Wagner.

Whether youre a beginner or an experienced photographer, youll find plenty to engage and inspire you during this informative and entertaining convention.

If youre unsure if you want to book for the whole weekend, why not go along to the Lismore Workers Club this Friday, May 2, from 6pm and check out the photography exhibition and talk to the camera club members before committing.

For $75 you can enjoy all lectures and workshops, plus a dinner with the speakers and refreshments throughout the weekend. For $45 you get the same deal not including dinner on Saturday night.

For more information or to register, phone Kevin Bowden on 6622 7899 or Marie Cook on 6621 6187. Or visit www.photographynsw.org.au/lismorecameraclub/index.htm and download a registration form.


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