Upcoming Events

Architecture Photography

Architecture Photography

Saturday 13 July
Molloy Street - 8am - 2 Hours
Krystal Roworth
Architectural photography can be a great way of exploring and documenting a city, whether it's your home or on holiday. It's about capturing not only the design and accurate representation of a building but also having the shots be aesthetically pleasing to the viewer's eye. An architectural photographer makes pictures, not takes pictures.

In this session, we will be covering how to better understand Architecture photography and we'll be looking at ways to take some impressive shots and the camera settings to use.
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Nearby Photography Groups

Birds and Nature Photography Meetup

Birds and Nature Photography Meetup

Saturday 06 July
South Bunbury - 10am - 2 Hours
Mandurah Photography Group
Craig Duncan
Calling all bird watchers and nature lovers! Immerse yourself in the beauty of this natural wetland while indulging your passion for wildlife photography! This workshop is designed to suit all experience levels. Whether you are a seasoned photographer or just starting out, this immersive experience offers something for everyone! With expert guidance from a professional photographer, you will receive invaluable feedback to enhance your skills and knowledge of your camera.

Don't miss this chance to combine your love of nature with the art of photography. Reserve your spot today!
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Photographing Giants For Beginners

Photographing Giants For Beginners

Saturday 13 July
Lake Clifton - 8am - 2 Hours
Mandurah Photography Group
Craig Duncan
There is very little instruction out there on how best to photograph the Giants. With this beginner and intermediate focused class, we aim to bridge that gap. Come for a walk to Jyttes Hytte, We will learn the basics of how to take good pictures with your camera. Along this walk we will also be able to stop along the way to admire the nature along this trail. So don't delay and book your place today!
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Pet Portrait Photography

Pet Portrait Photography

Saturday 27 July
Mandurah - 1pm - 2 Hours
Mandurah Photography Group
Craig Duncan
Calling all dog lovers and photography enthusiasts! Get ready for a fun-filled pet portrait photography event where the focus is on capturing the joy and personality of our furry friends. Join us for a tail-wagging good time as we welcome dog social canines of all sizes to mingle, play and strike a pose. Whether you are a pro or a beginner, our instructor will help guide you through the chaos with laughter and creativity. While bringing your own dog is optional, rest assured that we will have delightful dogs ready to pose for you if you don't have your own furry friend. Reserve your spot now for a day of fun, friendship and fantastic photos!
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Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in Bunbury .

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

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    Very interesting and hands on. Enjoyed the course.
    Krystal Roworth
    Krystal is an enthusiastic young photographer located in Eaton, WA studying a Bachelor of Creative Media, double majoring in Photography and Screen Production. She is primarily a portrait photographer, specialising in dance and newborns to young children. Krystal believes in capturing people naturally and loves to showcase what makes each client special. She will always tell her clients to be their true selves. Show their quirky side, have fun with their kids, and pull funny faces.

    Krystal originally wanted to go into medicine but soon discovered she had an intense fear of needles. During school, it was her media teacher who ignited her spark for photography, challenging her to experiment with light, colours and forms, and now she wants to pass on that magic to future photographers with plans to obtain her Master's in Secondary Education. When not studying or experimenting with images, you can find Krystal reading, cooking or watching a movie (nothing horror though). She can also be seen volunteering her time teaching at a dance school, and her students would say she is a big Disney fan and can sometimes get distracted by dogs being walked by the windows.

    Krystal Roworth is available for private bookings

    Available most Thursdays 9 am to 6 pm. Saturdays and Sundays from 3 pm to 6 pm.
    Services include private tutoring, portrait sessions, family mini-sessions (up to 6 people), and headshots.

    Bunbury Photography Group
    Title or Location: Barrier Highway South Australia
    Travelling in the caravan from Bunbury around South Australia and our first bit of inclement weather. Had only a few minutes to capture the rainbow bridge and grabbed my iPhone 14pro and was happy with the result
    Credit: Chris Morris

    Bunbury Photography Group
    Title or Location: In my photographic room.
    This photo was taken in April 2021 Freehand with my MPE 65mm Canon macro lens. It was one of my first photos using black perspex for the background. I had been experimenting with some camera settings I had seen being used for blacked out portraits. They adapted well for my type of photography as I like the scientific affect. This I have adapted to flowers and insects that I use regularly.
    Credit: Allen Loder
    Bunbury Photography Group
    Title or Location: Cathedral Avenue Australind Western Australia
    Typical of my photography experiences, I had finished my frantic searching for something to shoot no longer thinking of shooting and a myriad of things going through my head, I come away from the water , around a corner and had I not lifted my head I could have walked straight into him . Fumble with my camera, rushing to try and get everything right and I could have taken hundreds of shots as when I was finished he was still perched in his tree not bothered by the insane continuous high sound o
    Credit: Kimberley Doiron Photogrsphy

    Bunbury Photography Group
    Title or Location: ?Follow The Leader? - Australind
    While driving on Old Coast Road with my eyes peeled for something worthy of stopping ? I spotted the beautiful Black Swans from a distance , I knew this was going to be it . I must have shot about 50 images yet not happy . I then decided to be patient and wait for a composition that would be pleasant to the eye , then they started moving closely together ? I would say a minimum of 6 shots and I walked away satisfied. The amount of cropping was not proving successful then finally the right crop.
    Credit: Kimberley Doiron Photography
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kd_photographyoz/

    Bunbury Photography Group
    Title or Location: Collie, Western Australia
    After nearly a week of total cloud cover and poor light, I grabbed the camera to see what I could find in the back yard. My paper daisies were still blooming with bright colour, and the bee obliged me by staying in one spot while I took a couple of close up photos. Taken on Canon 90D using Tamron 35mm lens.
    Credit: CJ GUNN
    Bunbury Photography Group
    Title or Location: Mount Shadforth lookout Denmark.
    I originally went to take some Milky way shots and after the first shot I noticed a faint red glow at the bottom of the picture and thought a car had hit the brake lights as the aurora was not visible to the naked eye at that time of night. I then adjusted the tilt to take in more of the tree line and it became apparent that I was witnessing an aurora. At first I thought I had missed the main show but it turned out to be the beginning. Having never taken aurora shots before I felt way out of my
    Credit: Chris McRobb
    Facebook: Chris Mack Photography
    Instagram: chrismcr2510

    Oshawa Photography Group
    Title or Location: Uxbridge, Ontario
    ?This past Father?s Day I went to a family farm cidery with my oldest daughter. The drinks were good, the company was great, but the best part was the farm?s commitment to keeping wild, native plants for pollinators. This little bee found a delicious clover and I got this macro shot.?
    Credit: PGC Photography
    Instagram: @valle6500
    Baton Rouge Photography Group
    Title or Location: Plaquemine LA
    This was the backside of a passing storm system while I was at work in a chemical plant. Capture was made on my iPhone 15 Pro using the Lightning Cam 2 app.
    Credit: Christopher Fontenot
    Bell County Photography Group
    Title or Location: Nolanville
    A few years ago the field on FM 3219 used to be full of sunflowers. Not anymore. Good thing I took the photos when I did...
    Credit: Bambi Altman

    Portsmouth Photography Group
    Title or Location: Southsea
    Red arrow display for the 80 tribute to the fallen.
    Credit: ian gray
    Facebook: Ian Gray Promotional filming and photography
    Instagram: iangrayimages
    San Francisco Photography Group
    Title or Location: Arches National Park-Moab Utah
    Arches is considered a dark sanctuary meaning using light painting is not allowed. I went to do Astro Photography in June of 2021. This was taken approximately 2am when the Milky Way rose to the center of the arch. While it is a dark sanctuary, someone was hiking on the other side with a headlamp giving me just a touch of light painting to outline the arch. I held the wide angle lens open approximately 13-seconds, ISO 1600.
    Credit: Terry Enlow
    Instagram: @terryenlow
    Murrieta Photography Group
    Title or Location: Bainbridge Circle, Murrieta, CA
    Long Exposure Christmas at Bainbridge Circle - 134 sec f/11 iso400 50mm (DEC 2020)
    Credit: Charles Grandin
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charles.grandin
    Instagram: @ctgrandin

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