MyPhotoClub news: Mosman Photography Awards EXTENDED! - closes 5th July 2020
About our club

Maitland Camera Club wishes to extend an invitation to all persons with a passion for photography. 

The Club enjoys a robust membership catering for all levels of photographers , some with vast experience,  whilst others are just beginning their journey.  

As a collective group, ideas and skills  are shared to the benefit of all members.

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About us

Where – Maitland Camera Club meets at Club Maitland City,  12

Arthur Street, Rutherford.

When – We meet on  the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Tuesday of the months of February through to December.

 A competition is held on the 1st Tuesday.

Talks, tutorials and workshops are held on the 2nd and 3rd Tuesdays.

Membership Fees are $40 per Calendar Year and $20 if joining after the 1st July. You can pay via Paypal and Direct Debit.

All meetings start at 7 pm.

Petro holds a day class every Tuesday morning at the Club Maitland City – Emerald room between 10:00am and Noon. On the 4th Tuesday of the month an outing is planned.

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Upcoming Events
7:00 pm Set Subject – Table Top via Zoom...
Set Subject – Table Top via Zoom...
Aug 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Definition:-  Tabletop Photography.  Photographing inanimate items that will fit on a table. This includes water splash photography and the like. It does not include live animals and persons.  
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Club Housekeeping

Hi everyone
The committee members are meeting on zoom this coming Tuesday night. In light of our current circumstances, the format for our monthly competitions have changed for the foreseeable future. We are also in the midst of some club housekeeping and we would like our members to provide feedback on how to keep this great club successful and viable.
Some questions we would ask include:

How well is Zoom working for you?Are you checking and receiving emails which provide the zoom link? The link normally works a half hour before the given time of any meeting. Prior notification is also sent.
Do you have Zoom? It’s a downloadable app which is free.
Do you need help with accessing Zoom? Please ask, as we’re more than happy to help.
How are you navigating the website? Are you encountering any issues? Again, please ask.
How do you feel the club is performing at this point in time?What do you think is working, or not? We want to get this right and keep the transition smoothly as possible.
You may provide your thoughts here, or send an email to We would like to receive as much feedback as possible before Tuesday night. I will apologise in advance if any of you receive the same message twice. While some of you will read messages in this group, others will check emails. This way, both bases are covered in putting the message out there. As we continue to move forward, spirited and respectful discussion is always welcome.
The Committee

by Jennifer Muscat, April 25, 2020 Share:

Federation of Camera Clubs Newsletter – March 2020

Please click on the link to view the FCC latest newsletter

by Sharron Leppien, March 17, 2020 Share:

Results for competitions in March – Open

There were 4 entries that gained our highest award(s).

Members can view all images and comment on them by following this link
View / Comment entries in March – Open

click here to see a pdf catalog of all competition results

Poppy Beauty.
Kim Jones – 14
All Grades Open Colour Large Print

Serious Business
Sue Joy – 14
All Grades Open Mono Large Print

Smokin Girl
Dianne Richardson – 14
All Grades Creative Large Print

Oh O
Sharron Leppien – 14
All Grades Open Digital

by Petro Holowinskyj, March 13, 2020 Share:

Results for competitions in February – Open

There were 7 entries that gained our highest award(s).

Members can view all images and comment on them by following this link
View / Comment entries in February – Open

click here to see a pdf catalog of all competition results

Girl with a Bee Kp
Brad Le Brocque – 15
Open Colour Large Print

Lift off
Peter Ryan – 15
Open Mono Large Print

Evolution of Time
Daniel Johnson – 15
Open Digital

Julie Rathbone – 14
Open Colour Large Print

Deborah Lincoln – 14
Open Mono Large Print

Hard At Work
Sue Joy – 14
Creative Large Print

This is More Comfortable 2756 W
Neville Foster – 14
Open Digital

by Petro Holowinskyj, March 13, 2020 Share:

New feature – the Critique Corner

From Colin – the creator of MyPhotoClub.

A new feature, known as the critique corner, has been introduced to the club website.

The Critique Corner aims to help members to fine-tune potential entries by gaining feedback from other members before the image is entered into a competition. 

All members, regardless of experience are encouraged to upload images and make comments on images.  The aim is to help each other to develop both your image capture and processing skills, and to take the judges’ point of view when assessing an image.

Each member can upload one image per category.  Once uploaded you can use this image in an upcoming competition.  You can remove the image and replace it with another image whenever you choose.

The best practice is to upload an image and then add a comment that poses a question regarding the image – e.g. Do you think it is oversaturated? Should I crop it tighter?

The critique corner is accessible from the Members page (use the grey Members button) as shown below:

This is a new MyPhotoClub feature so feedback to is welcome. All members are subscribed to receive a once a day notification message when new images are submitted.

For more information, or to unsubscribe, go to the Critique Corner page.

Here is a video on how to use this feature.

by Colin Woods, January 7, 2020 Share:

FCC- January Newsletter

Please click on the download button above to view the current Federation of Camera Clubs latest newsletter.

by Sharron Leppien, January 4, 2020 Share: