Fine-art Photography

Third Meet up @ Sydney

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We will be going to Cockatoo Island for ‘industrial feel’ photography.

Do you have a friend who love to model? Why not bring them along to do portrait photography!

You can find more details about Cockatoo Island using this link.

Bring your own digital camera, film camera, instant camera, lo-fo camera or camera mobile phone.

Date: Sunday, 24th August 2014 Location: 10 minutes by ferry from Circular Quay Time: 12.15pm sharp.

The group will depart at for 12.34pm  on a ferry to Cockatoo Island. 

The tour will last 4 hours and we will have a mid-break for coffee and snacks at the cafe on Cockatoo Island.

Afterwards, we will share photos on our blog and Instagram. Please click here for more information and to RSVP!

Any questions? Please leave a comment below.

Looking forward to see you there!

Sue :)

“The camera makes you forget you’re there. It’s not like you are hiding but you forget, you are just looking so much.” – Annie Leibovitz

 

Best Photo of the Deaf Photographer's Meet up @ Sydney

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AlexNyamphotoPhoto taken by Alex Nyam. Location: The Grounds of Alexandria.

Introducing Alex...

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Deaf, Single, IT Support Officer Current Residence: Sydney, Australia Favourite music band: None Operating System: Tech Geek Favourite Superhero: Man of Steel Favourite camera: Canon 7D

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"Photography is all about light, composition and, most importantly, emotion." - Larry Wilder

Second Meet up @ Sydney

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Here's the details for our second meet up - all in one package for coffee lover, food lover, garden lover and interior design lover!

More details about this quirky cafe.

Bring your own digital camera, film camera, instant camera, lo-fo camera or camera mobile phone.

Date: Sunday, 13th July 2014 Location: Building 7A, NO.2 Huntley Street, Alexandria Time: 1.00pm till 4.00pm

Afterwards, we will share our photos on the blog and instagram!

Looking forward to see you there!

Sue :)

"If you are out there shooting, things will happen for you. If you’re not out there, you’ll only hear about it." – Jay Maisel

Best Photo of the Deaf Photographer's Meet up @ Sydney

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_MG_2626resizePhoto taken by Mark.Location: Vivid Light Festival, Sydney. Introducing Mark...

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Deaf, Traveler, Single, Bricklayer Current Residence: Sydney, Australia Favourite music band: The Beatles Operating System: Talkative Favourite Superhero: Batman Favourite camera: TBD!

Watch out for details for the next Deaf Photographer's Meet Up! Why not follow Deaf Photographers on Twitter and Instagram for updates?

"Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst". Henri Cartier-Bresson

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Date: Sunday, 1st June 2014 Location: Pier 4, Hickson Rd Walsh Bay, Sydney NSW 2000 Time: 2.00pm till 5.00pm

Wear something comfortable.

Digital camera, film camera, instant camera, lo-fo camera and camera mobile phone are welcome.

Looking forward to see you there!

Sue :)

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“ You don’t take a photograph, you make it. - Ansel Adams

First Meet up @ Sydney

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Calling all Deaf & Hard of Hearing Photographers – novice or pro! We'll meet once a month at different location, to share ideas, take better photos and make new friends who share the same passion for photography.

Digital camera, film camera, instant camera, lo-fo camera and camera phone are welcome.

Date: Sunday, 1st June 2014 Location: Pier 4, Hickson Rd Walsh Bay, Sydney NSW 2000 Time: 2.00pm till 5.00pm

Afterwards, we will share our photos on Instagram @deafphotographers.

If you're interested, please e-mail or click on 'like,' or just show up on the day!

Looking forward to see you there!

Sue :)

"A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. It is, in a word, effective." – Irving Penn