Bookings are now open for the biggest weekend of photographic education and fellowship in WA’s history, Nikon Centennial WAFP Event! I am honoured and excited to be involved, I will be presenting a workshop “Creative Photoshop Techniques”. All the information about the event is below:
The event, featuring seven top-shelf presenters and two nights of gourmet celebrations, is open to all members of camera clubs affiliated with the WA Photographic Federation.
The occasion acknowledges the host club’s centenary, marking 100 years of popular photography in WA, as represented by our camera club movement which has grown to almost 40 affiliated groups.
Major sponsor Nikon is also 100 this year. Its Ambassador, Rocco Ancora, one of Australia’s leading photographers and educators, will be the headline speaker throughout the three-day convention. He has won much acclaim for his ability to capture emotional impact in his images.
Six outstanding Western Australian photographers are presenting a range of talks, workshops and photo excursions for delegates. The presenters, Leah Kennedy, Georgina Steytler, Stan Davies, Alex Cearns, Gerrie Cooney and Richard Harmer, are acclaimed practitioners as well as engaging educators.
The presenters’ panel and the organising committee have selected topics with a difference for the event, ensuring delegates gain new and interesting insights to improve their photographic pursuits.
The cost of attendance is $260. Country members can qualify for a travel subsidy of at least $150, courtesy of Lotterywest.
WACC President Ray Ross says there has never been such a comprehensive program for photographers to learn from experts, share interests and knowledge with others and celebrate what we all love doing over a three-day format.
“The majestic beauty of the heritage ballroom at Government House will be an unforgettable setting for the inter-club event. Simultaneous sessions will give participants multiple choices and the evening functions will deliver polish and class in due recognition of the 100th anniversary.”
“The entrance price represents great value compared with standard rate photo training day-only courses.”
The WAPF website has all the information you need to sign up for this once-in-a-century experience.
Bookings and payments are exclusively managed online by the WAPF. The earlier you register, the better your choice of activities.
Book via the WAPF Website – www.wapf.org.au and follow the links via the Nikon Centennial WAPF Annual Event…