Calendar of Events

15 January 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

The Project 2018 - Get Involved, Be Inspired. Enter Set 'Stairway/s' images and Open images for February 2018.

Stairway/s Definition: Any group of stairs made of any material. Not a single step or pathway that is not formed as stairs.

On this first Lecture/Workshop Evening of the year there will be a display of the projects that club members developed last year by participating in the Special Interests/Conversations Night.

In addition, Peter Law will talk about the importance and benefits that club members will receive by getting involved in this activity throughout 2018. A personal project is a great learning experience for both beginners in photography and the more experienced.

Don’t know where to start? Hopefully this presentation will get you over this common barrier. So, find direction, stretch your creativity, get out of the rut, improve your photography, challenge yourself, get out of your comfort zone and have fun.

Anne Mackay will follow Peter by giving a presentation on how photobooks might be used as part of your project, especially in the final presentation of a series of photographs.

It promises to be an interesting evening so come along one and all, get involved, be inspired by “THE PROJECT 2018”.

Presented By: Peter Law, Anne Mackay
Date: 15 January 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

5 February 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Street Photography' images and Open images for March 2018. Judging of Set 'Stairway/s' images and Open images for February 2018.

Street Photography Definition: A type of photography that features subjects in candid situations with public places. Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying “unmanipulated” scenes, with usually unaware subjects.

Stairway/s Definition: Any group of stairs made of any material. Not a single step or pathway that is not formed as stairs.

Date: 5 February 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

19 February 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

Steve Parish - A Life Behind The Lens.

A lively inspirational talk that explores the photographic life of one of Australia’s most iconic nature photographers.

“Expressing myself through photography has given me a life-long reason for being.” Steve Parish

During this talk, Steve explores the world of photography as he has experienced it from his very first captures, through his love affair with publishing and on into the now exhilarating digital photography age where outcomes are as limited as one’s imagination.

Now living on the Sunshine Coast, Steve still actively produces new publications to add to his massive body of Australian social and natural history publishing list, a list that saw him awarded the Order Of Australia Medal in 2008. His life-long objective has been to promote life purpose through nature connection, work he does as an ambassador for the Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland, Bush Heritage Australia, and Plant Ark Tree Day.

https://www.steveparish-natureconnect.com.au/upcoming-events/categories/

Presented By: Steve Parish
Date: 19 February 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

26 February 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

Project Night.

This night is for club members to discuss their projects for 2018 and get any help required. For people who haven't done a project before come along and talk to the more experienced club members.

Presented By: Club members
Date: 26 February 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

5 March 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Repeating Shapes' images and Open images for April 2018. Judging of Set 'Street Photography' images and Open images for March 2018.

Repeating Shapes Definition: At first sight a very simple and straightforward topic- the same subject or shape repeated over and over. However members might consider images where one shape suggests another in the scene- perhaps a tree in the background that mimics or parallels a human figure in the foreground. It may be a cloud that mimics the shape of a tree or a city building. “Repeating Shapes” has the potential to be equally challenging and enjoyable to judge as may be to photograph.

Street Photography Definition: A type of photography that features subjects in candid situations with public places. Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying “unmanipulated” scenes, with usually unaware subjects.

Date: 5 March 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

19 March 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

Kris Anderson.

A Master Photographer with the AIPP, Kris specialises in theatre and performance photography, and is well known for his illustrative personal projects. Kris’ work has received gold awards at state, national and international levels. In 2017 he earned the title of AIPP Australian Professional Illustrative Photographer of the Year, as well as being named the AIPP Queensland Professional Illustrative Photographer of the Year for the second time.

During the session Kris will talk about his illustrative work, how he has refined his approach over time to plan and prototype pieces before photographing them, and how he controls each image to ensure that it is a product of deliberate choices rather than luck. Kris will walk through some recent illustrative pieces, showing their evolution from prototype, through the shooting and editing processes, all the way to the final image, and discuss the interpretations and feedback along the way that helped to shape the final product.

Kris says, “I probably have more in common with the camera club members than they might expect; while I am an accredited professional photographer and we have a good business photographing performers, I'm a full time IT nerd working in the software industry. I'll touch on that in the talk - how photography naturally combined with career and family and other interests, how to balance all of those things, and my attitudes about charging for work as a part timer. (Spoiler - your time is precious and you deserve to be paid well for it!)'

www.imagesbyanderson.com

Presented By: Kris Anderson
Date: 19 March 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

26 March 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

Rae Stanaway & Photoshop Workshop.

This is a hands on workshop using laptops. We will have 1 mentor to every 2 club members. This is also for more experienced people. If you have a question on how to do something in Photoshop we will endeavour to answer it. If you want to know how to cut out something and put 3 images together, come along. Numbers will be limited to the number of mentors available so put your name on the sheet on the front desk.

Presented By: Club members
Date: 26 March 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

2 April 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Industrial' images and Open images for May 2018. Judging of Set 'Repeating Shapes' images and Open images for April 2018.

Industrial Definition: Shots of heavy equipment  and manufacturing complex's ( good lighting  and don't be afraid to get in close )

Repeating Shapes Definition: At first sight a very simple and straightforward topic- the same subject or shape repeated over and over. However members might consider images where one shape suggests another in the scene- perhaps a tree in the background that mimics or parallels a human figure in the foreground. It may be a cloud that mimics the shape of a tree or a city building. “Repeating Shapes” has the potential to be equally challenging and enjoyable to judge as may be to photograph.

Date: 2 April 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

16 April 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

Greg Sullavan - Canon Collective.

Greg Sullavan is an Experience Manager with Canon Australia and a Canon Collective Ambassador.

After graduating from the Queensland College of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Arts degree, Greg worked as a professional portrait photographer and founded his own Wedding and Portrait Photography studio in 2005.

He is Master Photographer with the Australian Institute of Professional Photography and has won numerous awards at State, National and International level.

Greg is a regular contributor for Better Digital Photography magazine and is often invited to judge at Camera Clubs, Queensland and Australian Professional Photography Awards.

Presented By: Greg Sullavan
Date: 16 April 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

23 April 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

Project Night.

This is the second project night for the year. Come to talk to people to help you progress with your project.

Presented By: Club members
Date: 23 April 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

7 May 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Iconic Australia' images and Open images for June 2018. Judging of Set 'Industrial' images and Open images for May 2018.

Iconic Australia Definition: 'The topic must depict something Australian or a location within Australia, and must be something well known or generally revered by Australians. Entries would be judged on relevance to the set subject as well as the usual elements of good composition, good lighting and other technical skills. Remember, you should always strive for an interesting image, not just a straight record of a so-called icon. Iconic can be defined as ''relating to, resembling, or having the character of an icon'' (Dictionary.com), that is, something that is often revered or idolized. Some examples could include: Iconic Places (e.g. Uluru, Great Barrier Reef, The Twelve Apostles, Sydney Opera House, Brisbane City Hall, Port Arthur ruins, Birdsville Pub). Iconic Activities (e.g. AFL game, NRL State of Origin game, surf life saving, Anzac Day services, Melbourne Cup, backyard barbecue, backyard cricket). Iconic People and Characters (e.g. Don Bradman, Ned Kelly, Barry Humphries as Dame Edna Everidge, Steve Irwin, the Australian drover, outback sheep shearer). Iconic Products (e.g. FJ Holden, the Hills Hoist, Southern Cross windmills, didgeridoo, Lamington cakes, Vegemite). There are many other possible examples. '

Industrial Definition: Shots of heavy equipment  and manufacturing complex's ( good lighting  and don't be afraid to get in close )

Date: 7 May 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

21 May 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

SILVERSHOTZ with Clive Waring-Flood.

Silvershotz is a contemporary photography portfolio magazine showcasing the best photographic images from around the world. Curatorial selection is made by experienced editors to ensure international standards are achieved. Immerse yourself in beautiful images and be inspired by themed and conceptual portfolios, plus in-depth interviews, book reviews and videos.

Clive Waring-Flood, Founder and Editor of Silvershotz will speak about
How to create a successful folio.
Inside information on what publishers and galleries look for in a folio.
Pushing your personal boundaries and how to achieve your imaging goals.
An overview of the changes in imaging in 2018.

This is a 90 minute packed presentation with videos and images.

www.silvershotz.com

Presented By: Clive Waring-Flood
Date: 21 May 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

28 May 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

Lightroom and Fast Stone Image Viewer workshop.

This is a hands on workshop using laptops. Numbers will be limited as we will have 1 mentor to 2 people. If you want to come along or want to be a mentor please put your name on the sheet on the front desk. For people who don't have Lightroom or Photoshop, Fast Stone is a free program you can download. If it good enough to process your images for entry in the competitions.

Presented By: Presented by - Rae Stanaway & club members
Date: 28 May 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

4 June 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Abandoned' images and Open images for July 2018. Judging of Set 'Iconic Australia' images and Open images for June 2018.

Abandoned Definition: I am sure there is a myriad of ways to show the adjective Abandoned in photographs, beyond just a vacant, old, desolate building or car. Both of those are valid and have been done many times before. But, I commend to you the other meanings of 'Abandoned', such as the feeling surrounding giving up hope, losing oneself in the moment and/or being without love and care. I mention this because people who can showcase photographic stories beyond the most simplistic meaning of the word, are looking deeply into life's richest storytelling and should be rewarded for this effort. 'As an adjective, the word 'abandoned', can be used in several ways to describe a deep feeling, action and reaction around the nature of things. In summary, the four meanings that come to me are :A : left without needed protection, care, or support an abandoned baby she began to live in what she referred to as the straitened circumstances of an abandoned woman  -Richard Russo. B : left by the owner an abandoned car...  left to fall into a state of disuse an abandoned field abandoned property an abandoned factory. C : no longer held or thought of : given up abandoned hopes/dreams. D : wholly free from restraint The lower the beer dropped in the kegs, the more abandoned and frenzied the dancers became-Don Asher unless you can convince them that you are as abandoned a profligate as themselves-George Bernard Shaw

Iconic Australia Definition: 'The topic must depict something Australian or a location within Australia, and must be something well known or generally revered by Australians. Entries would be judged on relevance to the set subject as well as the usual elements of good composition, good lighting and other technical skills. Remember, you should always strive for an interesting image, not just a straight record of a so-called icon. Iconic can be defined as ''relating to, resembling, or having the character of an icon'' (Dictionary.com), that is, something that is often revered or idolized. Some examples could include: Iconic Places (e.g. Uluru, Great Barrier Reef, The Twelve Apostles, Sydney Opera House, Brisbane City Hall, Port Arthur ruins, Birdsville Pub). Iconic Activities (e.g. AFL game, NRL State of Origin game, surf life saving, Anzac Day services, Melbourne Cup, backyard barbecue, backyard cricket). Iconic People and Characters (e.g. Don Bradman, Ned Kelly, Barry Humphries as Dame Edna Everidge, Steve Irwin, the Australian drover, outback sheep shearer). Iconic Products (e.g. FJ Holden, the Hills Hoist, Southern Cross windmills, didgeridoo, Lamington cakes, Vegemite). There are many other possible examples. '

Date: 4 June 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

18 June 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

Gary Cranitch - Qld Museum.

Meet the man who travels across Queensland to photograph the wonders of the outback as well as the deep, dark depths of the Great Barrier Reef.

Gary has been the photographer at the Queensland Museum for more than 34 years. The award winning photographer's images are seen by hundreds of thousands of museum visitors each year.

He has captured creatures great and small in locations that naturalist David Attenborough calls his 'most highly rated natural wonders'.

Gary says, 'My day-to-day is varied - it's landscapes, it's aerials, it's underwater work, it's frogs, it's birds. As a wildlife photographer I've learnt to never get frustrated or disappointed.'

Presented By: Gary Cranitch
Date: 18 June 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

25 June 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

Project Night.

Bring your project along and have a chat about any problems.

Presented By: Club Members
Date: 25 June 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

2 July 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Emotion' images and Open images for August 2018. Judging of Set 'Abandoned' images and Open images for July 2018.

Emotion Definition: “An image where the main subject/s is/are showing an emotional response” . I would like it to be an image that shows an emotion rather than an image that evokes an emotion in the viewer. A wonderfully lit landscape may evoke an emotion in the viewer, a cattle skull on a dry parched mudflat will evoke an emotion in the viewer – the key being “in the viewer” – but neither is an emotion in its own right. I would ask your members to submit an image that clearly shows an emotion – happiness, sadness, love, hate, anger, joy etc etc. I can see an image called “I’ve just won Gold Lotto” for example. A happy dog after a good feed or a stressed dog being bathed spring to mind. The screaming at a football match is a high emotional response.

Abandoned Definition: I am sure there is a myriad of ways to show the adjective Abandoned in photographs, beyond just a vacant, old, desolate building or car. Both of those are valid and have been done many times before. But, I commend to you the other meanings of 'Abandoned', such as the feeling surrounding giving up hope, losing oneself in the moment and/or being without love and care. I mention this because people who can showcase photographic stories beyond the most simplistic meaning of the word, are looking deeply into life's richest storytelling and should be rewarded for this effort. 'As an adjective, the word 'abandoned', can be used in several ways to describe a deep feeling, action and reaction around the nature of things. In summary, the four meanings that come to me are :A : left without needed protection, care, or support an abandoned baby she began to live in what she referred to as the straitened circumstances of an abandoned woman  -Richard Russo. B : left by the owner an abandoned car...  left to fall into a state of disuse an abandoned field abandoned property an abandoned factory. C : no longer held or thought of : given up abandoned hopes/dreams. D : wholly free from restraint The lower the beer dropped in the kegs, the more abandoned and frenzied the dancers became-Don Asher unless you can convince them that you are as abandoned a profligate as themselves-George Bernard Shaw

Date: 2 July 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

16 July 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

TBA.

Date: 16 July 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

23 July 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

Photoshop Workshop.

This is a hands on workshop using laptops. We will have 1 mentor to every 2 club members. This is also for more experienced people. If you have a question on how to do something in Photoshop we will endeavour to answer it. If you want to know how to cut out something and put 3 images together, come along. Numbers will be limited to the number of mentors available so put your name on the sheet on the front desk.

Presented By: Rae Stanaway & Club members
Date: 23 July 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

6 August 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Patterns in nature' images and Open images for September 2018. Judging of Set 'Emotion' images and Open images for August 2018.

Patterns in nature Definition: One of the important abilities of photographers is the ability to observe, especially in an artistic way. A creative picture is then formed in one's brain before it's taken. Trained eyes and brains can see stunning images that other people may not see. So finding patterns in nature and turning them into art is a good practice for photographers. The judging criteria would then be how well a pattern in nature is observed and turned into a picture creatively. To be accepted, the image has to have a pattern from nature, not from man- made items such as buildings. 

Emotion Definition: “An image where the main subject/s is/are showing an emotional response” . I would like it to be an image that shows an emotion rather than an image that evokes an emotion in the viewer. A wonderfully lit landscape may evoke an emotion in the viewer, a cattle skull on a dry parched mudflat will evoke an emotion in the viewer – the key being “in the viewer” – but neither is an emotion in its own right. I would ask your members to submit an image that clearly shows an emotion – happiness, sadness, love, hate, anger, joy etc etc. I can see an image called “I’ve just won Gold Lotto” for example. A happy dog after a good feed or a stressed dog being bathed spring to mind. The screaming at a football match is a high emotional response.

Date: 6 August 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

20 August 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

Club Annual General Meeting.

Date: 20 August 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

27 August 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

TBA.

Date: 27 August 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

3 September 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Rust/rusty' images and Open images for October 2018. Judging of Set 'Patterns in nature' images and Open images for September 2018.

Patterns in nature Definition: One of the important abilities of photographers is the ability to observe, especially in an artistic way. A creative picture is then formed in one's brain before it's taken. Trained eyes and brains can see stunning images that other people may not see. So finding patterns in nature and turning them into art is a good practice for photographers. The judging criteria would then be how well a pattern in nature is observed and turned into a picture creatively. To be accepted, the image has to have a pattern from nature, not from man- made items such as buildings. 

Date: 3 September 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

17 September 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

TBA.

Date: 17 September 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

24 September 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

TBA.

Date: 24 September 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

1 October 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter Set 'Entertainer/s' images and Open images for November 2018. Judging of Set 'Rust/rusty' images and Open images for October 2018.

Entertainer/s Definition: A person such as a singer, dancer or comedian whose job is to entertain others’.  But this can be extended to family entertaining themselves with kids and pets etc etc. An entertainer might be a musician, juggler, martial arts expert, circus performer, busker and no doubt there are other types of entertainers. The main objective is to capture the artist at some dynamic or pleasing part of their performance. Some entertainers can be almost expressionless during their performance, and it may be necessary to capture the image in the few seconds after their performance when they relax and possibly smile at the audience. Some, singers especially, contort their faces into many unattractive expressions during the performance, so the suggestion above still applies. Lighting is quite variable depending on the location; street, outdoor stage, indoor stage or setting. If the stage is lit by rotating strobe lighting, it is usually desirable to wait for the light to wash across the artists face. Often, but not always, it is necessary to use higher ISO values and lower than desired shutter speed to get a good exposure. The lower shutter speed and the likelihood of a softer or more blurred photo, can be partly offset by capturing the moment in between a period of activity. eg. at the end of verse of a song, or when an acrobatic group strikes a pose at the peak of their display.

Date: 1 October 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

15 October 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

Tom Putt, Fine Art Aerial & Landscape Photographer.

Tom Putt is an award-winning fine art landscape photographer based in Melbourne, Australia.

Tom’s passion is driven by his desire to showcase the beauty of the landscape. Regarded as one of Australia’s most prolific landscape photographers, Tom spends many months of the year creating new photographs for upcoming limited editions and book projects.

Tom has received over 100 National and International Awards including the International Landscape Photographer of the Year Runner-up (2014), an Honourable Mention in the International Photography Awards (2014), Awarded Master of Photography (2013) and Highly Commended in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award (2005).

Tom says,'My passion has always been photographing the breathtaking Australian landscape. For the past 20 years, I have been priviledged to call the Australian wilderness my office. For me, there’s nothing more exhilerating than being surrounded by this serenity. Whether it be standing on top of a mountain, or wandering along a ancient dry creek bed, my heart and soul always feels at home amongst these landscapes.'

https://tomputt.com/

Presented By: Tom Putt
Date: 15 October 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

22 October 18

Club Meeting - Special Interest Night

Project Night.

The final Project night for the year. Make some final touches to your project.

Presented By: Club members
Date: 22 October 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

5 November 18

Club Meeting - Judging Evening

Enter all Print and Projected Images for the End of Year Competition, except the 'Print of the Year' (to be brought on the judging night). Judging of Set 'Entertainer/s' images and Open images for November 2018.

Entertainer/s Definition: A person such as a singer, dancer or comedian whose job is to entertain others’.  But this can be extended to family entertaining themselves with kids and pets etc etc. An entertainer might be a musician, juggler, martial arts expert, circus performer, busker and no doubt there are other types of entertainers. The main objective is to capture the artist at some dynamic or pleasing part of their performance. Some entertainers can be almost expressionless during their performance, and it may be necessary to capture the image in the few seconds after their performance when they relax and possibly smile at the audience. Some, singers especially, contort their faces into many unattractive expressions during the performance, so the suggestion above still applies. Lighting is quite variable depending on the location; street, outdoor stage, indoor stage or setting. If the stage is lit by rotating strobe lighting, it is usually desirable to wait for the light to wash across the artists face. Often, but not always, it is necessary to use higher ISO values and lower than desired shutter speed to get a good exposure. The lower shutter speed and the likelihood of a softer or more blurred photo, can be partly offset by capturing the moment in between a period of activity. eg. at the end of verse of a song, or when an acrobatic group strikes a pose at the peak of their display.

Date: 5 November 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036

19 November 18

Club Meeting - Lecture/Workshop Evening

Judging Image of the Year.

Date: 19 November 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: RHUFC Club Rooms, Stanley Day Park, Grand St., Bald Hills Qld 4036