SYRIA THE WILL TO SURVIVE
Interview with photo-journalist Sameer Al-Doumy
How to Pursue Creative Landscape Photography
Seven unexpected tips for better landscape photography
A Great Trick for Making Local Adjustment Brushes More Versatile in Lightroom
Images are Stories: The case for Story Telling Photography
Using Eyes to Make Great Travel Photos
The Art of Seeing Part 1
5 Signs you are Over editing your Landscape Photos
Alternatives to Adobe Lightroom in 2019
Post Processing Techniques
How to Read Light
PROJECTed IMAGE AWARDS
Gianni Biasi 'Ankle deep'
Sandra Crossan 'Allen C Lewis Foundation'
Di Sylvester 'Pharos Awash'
Nadine Lindsay 'Monet'
COLOR PRINTS -CREDITS
Sue Robertson 'Blue Water'
Sandra Crossan 'Cloudy Harbour'
Alan Edwards 'Lonely Paddler'
Alan Edwards 'Cormorant'
Ian Fegent 'National Gallery of Victoria'
Silvia Jeffrey 'Iceland'
Mike Nolan 'Wattle Reflection II
Bob Green 'The Creature'
Sue Robertson 'Splash'
Sue Robertson 'Mid Night Wave'
Gary White 'Mayfield Folly'
Diny Jones 'Zambesi River'
Diny Jones 'Whirlpool'
Gianni Biasi 'Spillage'
Sandra Crossan 'Water Mural'
Gary White 'A Drop in the Bucket'
Barbara Seager 'Iced'
Barbara Seager 'Bombo 2'
Pat Halpin 'Wipe Out'
Sean Cuffe 'Water Curtain'
Barbara Seager 'Rolling in at Sunrise'
John Halpin 'Water'
John Halpin 'Birdbath'
Charles Foreman 'Wall of Water'
Jacqui Davey 'Waterfall'
Sean Cuffe 'Ripples'
John Stephens 'Sunrise'
Bill Madden 'That could be Tasty-India Bengal Tiger
PRINTED IMAGE AWARDS
Annual General Meeting & Members
Image Evaluation -Still Life /Table Top
Image Evaluation -Open
September 30-October 7
Presentation-Add WOW to your Landscapes
Railways have been an endlessly fascinating subject for photographers the world over. To amateurs, hobbyists and professionals alike, trains, commuters and railway infrastructure have proven irresistible. The NSW Rail Museum presents a one-day forum exploring rail photography.
from the editor
Welcome to the June issue of the 2019 Southern Highlands Newsletter, and congratulations to all award recipients.
This month the issue highlights the amazing imagery of Sameer Al-Doumy, who before the war in Syria dreamed of becoming a doctor. The ravages of the war took him in the direction of documenting the Syrian story through the lens of his camera for which he won the 2016 World Press Photo. His images are brillant examples of story telling and illustrate only too well the human tragedies as well as courage and determination.
As always if there are specific areas you would like addressed in the newsletters just send me an email (email@example.com) and I will endeavour to include articles and content to cover your requests.
Upcoming 2019 program