Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month (except January) at Lindfield Uniting Church Hall, Cnr Pacific Hwy and Provincial Road, Lindfield
(see map). Please arrive 7.30 for 8 pm start. There is a small entry fee of $2 per person for all attendees. Visitors are very welcome.
See the full 2014 program and calendar.
Joining Northside Creative Photography
A question we are often asked is how to join Northside Creative Photography. The simple answer is - just come along to our meetings. We make visitors very welcome and there is no pressure to join. If you wish to participate in events such as competitions, workshops and outings note you do need to become a member.
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Kelly-Ann Denton - Environmental Portraiture
20 Aug 2014
Glitta Supernova courtesy of Kelly-Ann Denton
An environmental portrait is a portrait executed in the subject's personal environment, their home or life surroundings. This genre of photography is often thought to bring a truer illumination of the character of the protagonist to an audience due to the additional information of the surrounds that can confirm or cement the narrative.
Join us for this one hour talk by photographer and lecturer Kelly-Ann Denton to discuss the sensibilities of portraiture and review both the history of this genre and the personal photographic works of Kelly-Ann which fall into the category of Environmental Portraiture.
Kelly-Ann Denton has practiced fine art photography for almost 20 years, has won multiple awards and is currently the Director of Creative Learning at Imagineer.Me, a boutique photographic training agency based in Sydney.
Alert - Phishing Emails
It has been noted that a number of members have had their mailboxes hijacked by spammers. If you receive an email saying you have a private message do not click on any link, even if the sender is known to you. See the full explanation on the Forum.