Our Programs

Competitions

We run monthly photographic competitions in 3 to 4 genres (e.g. monochrome, open, set subject).

  • New members who do not have a pre-existing grade from another club are first graded so that their images will be judged against those made by members of a similar skill level.

  • Each month members are invited to submit images online which are then sent to qualified judges from the Photographic Society of Queensland for scoring.

  • At the monthly club meetings, we view everyone’s image entries (no names are provided) and hear the judge’s scores and comments.

  • An Image of the Month is awarded for each genre in each division and judge’s scores accumulate and go towards annual photographer and image awards. 

It’s a great way to develop your skills, view other member’s images and have your images professionally critiqued.

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We hold monthly Learning and Development (L&D) nights. 

  • This is a friendly, open and relaxed forum where experience and skills can be shared and questions answered.

  • Some of our experienced members present education material in the form of PowerPoint presentations, videos, workshops and practical demonstrations.

  • We cover a wide variety of subjects for members of all levels from beginner through to advanced.

  • We also include material that will assist members in upcoming competition genres (e.g. portraits, still life, etc.).​

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The club organises field trips in and around Townsville and further abroad.

  • These outings give you the opportunity to mix socially with others who share your passion for photography.

  • Members can expand upon their portfolios in a supportive environment.

  • A fun way to learn new skills.

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Members who share an interest in a particular type or genre of photography may form Focus Groups.

  • Focus groups run their own meetings and activities.

  • Focus groups are run for the members, by the members.

  • Focus group examples; the art of monochrome photography, landscape and creative photography.

  • What a great way to improve your photographic skills and maintain your motivation by working

      in a small team at your own pace.

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Visit Us:

We meet at 7:00 pm - February to November - Queensland Country Women's Association / CWA Building

134 Denham Street, Townsville , QLD, 4810

 

Entry is via the meeting room doors on Walker Street

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Check the Calendar for the meeting week day of the month on "Our Program" page