Highly Commended – Even Weeds can Look Good – Sue Jenkinson
Commended – Riviera Nights – Andrew Isaac
Highly Commended – Spiderman – Alison Crea
Highly Commended – Brothers at Play – Sam Mariani
Highly Commended – The Swing – Alison Crea
Commended – Chinese Junk – Russell Spence
Highly Commended – Harry Potter for the 5th Time – Jasmine Hirst
Highly Commended – The Great Escape – Jasmine Hirst
Commended – Banksia – Sandra Alesiani
Commended – Cactus – Russell Spence
Commended – Circle of Life – Alison Crea
Commended – Hut in the Woods – Deb Keir
Novice Digital Highly Commended – Even Weeds can Look Good – Sue Jenkinson Commended – Riviera Nights – Andrew Isaac Standard Digital Highly Commended – Spiderman – Alison Crea Highly Commended – Brothers at Play …
A conference was proposed to be held on the 26th and 27th September 1952. A constitution (modified 1908) was to be put to the conference. Victorian clubs were each invited to send two delegates to …
A conference was proposed to be held on the 26th and 27th September 1952. A constitution (modified 1908) was to be put to the conference.
Victorian clubs were each invited to send two delegates to the conference to form the Victorian Federation of Camera Clubs. The conference was held at the M.C.C., 123 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. 27 delegates came from 12 clubs. A new name, viz. the Victorian Association of Photographic Societies, was adopted. The first executive committee was elected, with Wilf Broadhead (M.C.C.) as president. As pointed out there were 12 formation clubs (see below). V.A.P.S. was underway.
Adult Education Assoc.
Gordon Photographic Society Geelong
The Photographic Society of Victoria
Preston Photographic Club
Southern Suburbs Photographic Society
The Victorian Railways Institute Camera Club
Check our our exciting program for 2017 in the Program Tab.
The Preston Photographic Club has been in continual operation since 1948 and has a proud history of friendly competition. In honor of the members who were awarded the Aggregate Shield in their respective division, years or year since 1949 are now listed in an honor role on the PPC website as we have retired the shield from presentation and are now awarding individual trophies to the recipients. We are all proud of our clubs history and thank all the recipients listed on the role for the part they played in this clubs history.
The Preston Photographic Club is already working hard to put together an exciting program for 2017 so we invite you to come along to any of our meetings and see how as a part of our club you can take your photography to a new level. Competitions , outings , workshops , travel and training in a friendly safe environment that anyone of any gender or age can participate.
Keeping checking back to our website for details and updates about our program and schedule for 2017 and hopefully we will see you soon.