There are still plenty of slots available for the Stellenbosch walk I mentioned in my previous post but a second local walk has been announced that will follow a route from Muizenberg to St James and back. This walk also has plenty of slots available so there is now a choice for locals. Bear in mindContinue reading “Worldwide Photo Walk: A second local walk has opened”
The annual Kelby Worldwide Photowalk is almost upon us again, and it’s the 10th anniversary year. The date of the event is 7 October 2017 and there is one local walk scheduled so far for Stellenbosch. Go and join this walk or keep an eye on the site for other walks that might be plannedContinue reading “Worldwide Photo Walk”
Scott Kelby’s annual World Wide Photo Walk is coming up again soon, on Saturday 1 October 2016. There are currently three walks arranged in our area, all of which still have slots available. Take a look at the details of these walks and pick one you’d like to participate in. Sea Point promenade (5:30pm –Continue reading “World Wide Photo Walk”
There is a photowalk arranged for Stellenbosch in the morning on Saturday 3rd October. It will be around Mooiberge farm stall and Root 44 market at the intersection of the R44 (between Somerset West and Stellenbosch) and Annandale Road. Visit the walk page for more details or to sign up for the walk.
A recent club outing to the Wijnland Auto Museum coincided with a wedding shoot and several of our members managed to find their way into the wedding photographer’s shot.
The Wheel of Excellence at the V&A Waterfront will cease operating at the end of February before being taken down and moving elsewhere. So if you’ve been putting off photographing it or riding on it, now is the time. For details of operating hours and ticket prices, visit capewheel.co.za. Thanks to Paul of the CapeContinue reading “Wheel of Excellence: Last Week”
I have signed up as leader of a photowalk to take place in Gordons Bay on 24 July 2010, forming part of Scott Kelby’s third annual Worldwide Photowalk. Click here to learn more, or to sign up and join me on the walk.
Despite the cold weather, some 40 members and guests arrived for the meeting. Bernard had asked Sean Wilson – a professional photographer – to come and speak to us about his commercial and private work, and we were very happy to interact with him about his concepts and method of work. We thank him forContinue reading “HPS Evaluation Meeting Wed. 9th June 2010”
At least 40 members and guests arrived for the competition meeting – the Set Subject being ‘Urban Decay’. As Bernard previously said – it is not so easy to find ‘urban decay’ in this lovely city of ours … while he was out shooting he met a graffiti artist who has promised to take him andContinue reading “REPORT: CLUB MEETING Wed. 10th March 2010”
More than 50 people arrived for the meeting – quite a few were there for the first time and applied to become members. Bernard welcomed everyone, and asked us to spare a thought for Paddy and Graham Howes, whose farm in Franschhoek was very badly hit by the recent fire. The outing this month takesContinue reading “Competition Meeting Wed. 10th Feb. 2010”