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Next Meeting Details

When: 3rd Tuesday of month @ 7:30pm unless otherwise diarized  

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2014

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov
none 18th 18th 15th 20th 17th 15th 19th 16th 21st 18th

 

2013

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none none 19th 16th 21st 18th 16th 20th 17th 15th 19th

 

2012

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16th none 20th 17th 15th 19th 17th 21st 18th 16th 20th

2011

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2010

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov
none 16th 16th 20th 18th 15th 20th 17th 21st 19th 16th

2009

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none 17th 17th 28th 26th 16th 21st 18th 15th 20th 17th

2008

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov
none 19th 18th 15th 13th 17th 15th 19th 16th 21st 18th

2007

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov
16th none 20th 17th 15th 19th 17th 21st 18th 16th 20th

2006

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov
24th 21st 21st 18th 23rd * 20th 18th 15th 19th 17th 21st

2005

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov
18th 15th 15th 19th 17th 21st 19th 16th 20th 18th 15th

2004

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Dec
        18th 15th 20th 17th 21st 19th 1st (Wed)

Where: Sunnynook Baptist Church, 138 Sunnynook Rd 

http://goo.gl/maps/80ejy

 

Underwater photographers and those interested in the marine environment are welcome to attend our meetings. Any queries, please email or phone.

Meeting Format

  • Suggestions for trips, meets, projects & workshops
  • Gear discussions / demos
  • Any other business
  • Image showing: we encourage you to show your images irrespective of the level you're at.

    Remember

    • We can accommodate images on most common types of portable storage.
    • Images should be sized for display to a monitor or screen (1920x1080). Either  a gallery of your best shots on a topic to fill a ten to fifteen minute time slot (eg, could be a recent dive trip, or a subject); or
    • a trip report of your best shots (these are to be displayed at a faster pace and designed to set a scene rather than have individual photographic emphasis). Please limit your session to a max of 15 minutes in order for everyone to have a go!
    • Let us know if you would like to have your work constructively critiqued
  • Video
    • Video should be shown edited rather than raw footage (unless very short) with the greater part being underwater.
    • Please try to limit your video session to a max of 15 minutes in order for everyone to have a go!
  • Remember getting others to view your work can improve your technique and you may have captured a new species so please share!

 

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