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Dance of Light Workshops 2010

    Macro Photography
       Dates: March… … … …   5, 6, 7

                  November… … … 5, 6, 7


 Autumn in the Vineyards 

      Dates: June … … … …    4, 5, 6  


        Face to Face

    Photographing people

      Dates: March… … … 19, 20, 21

                  September …  10, 11, 12


 Cost:R2950 per person with R1700 deposit.

         This includes meals.

 Venue:  “33 STELLENBOSCH”


CONTACT Nicole or Eric Palmer:


NICOLE PALMER                              ERIC PALMER
082 5105 694                                     082 697 9946
www.nicolepalmer.co.za                     www.flickr.com/photos/ericpalmer
http://nicole-palmer.blogspot.com        http://afreakin.blogspot.com             
www.desertlight.co.za                        adrenalinstar@hotmail.com

‘Dance of Light Photographic Workshops 2009’

Logo for Dance of Light workshops 2009

Macro Photography Workshop
Discover the magic and specialized techniques of Macro Photography

Dates: February 27, 28 & March 1 / FULL
Cost: R2700 per person with R1500 deposit

Autumn in the Vineyard
An opportunity to immerse yourself in the beautiful Landscapes of the area

Dates: May 29, 30, 31
Cost: R2700 per person with R1500 deposit


Face to Face: Photographing people
Capture friends and family in exciting, simple, creative ways

Dates: June 19, 20, 21
Cost: R2700 per person with R1500 deposit

All our Workshops begin with a basic Photoshop lesson and include meals and refreshments but not accommodation.

082 5105 694
082 697 9946

Report January Meeting 14.01.09

A great crowd of over 50 members arrived at the meeting last night – quite a few new faces, as well as some we hadn’t seen for some time.  We welcomed several guests, as well as Francine, a lecturer at the Stellenbosch Academy of Design and Photography, who was our judge for the evening.

Of course, one of the most important ‘notices’ was to say Thank You to Steve for setting up our brilliant website –  the round of applause from the audience was well deserved.

Eric Palmer has offered to organise an outing involving some of his off-road mountain biking friends, at a venue where members can photograph them doing all manner of tricks – speeding, jumping, flying (and no doubt, falling down …).  Members will be advised via this website as to when exactly this outing is going to happen.  Paddy is busy organising the February outing – watch this space.

The Competition ‘Silhouette’ and the Open Sections in both Prints and Projected Images were both well-subscribed … there were several ‘first timers’ included, which is heartening – perhaps our ‘Get your Feet Wet’ project is paying off.  Francine got through the judging very efficiently – thanks also to Ilse and Steve for their administrative flair. Steve will soon be placing the competition results on the website.

The break for tea allowed for some busy social interaction, after which Chris Joubert presented ‘The People of Lubumbashi’ – a photographic project which he hopes to self-publish and get printed, in order to enlighten the general public of the dire circumstances in which the poorer people of Lubumbshi live.  His portrait work was excellent, and his street photography highlighted the difficult circumstances that many of the people live in.  We wish him well in his venture, and thank him for his presentation.

My thanks to the many members who helped out with the tea and kitchen duties, as well as the committee members for the ‘setting up’ and ‘taking down’ before and after the meeting.

Next month’s meeting is going to be an Evaluation one, together with Hermanus, who will be our guests.  Watch the website for more details!