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2 day workshop

Community Shoot Out
Date: Sat 16th June & Sunday 17th June
Venue: Clunes [TBA]
Times: Sat & Sun 10.00 am to 4.00 pm

This workshop will photograph the people and places of the historical township of Clunes in photo documentary style. Everyone shoots digital and we review photographs and print out the results on the second day.

Topics covered include:
shooting digital
approaching people
interpreting what you are seeing.
using a digital workflow
embedding text information in digital files.

Level of skill required: Moderate. Understanding of digital SLR and Basic Photoshop essential * participants require a digital camera for this workshop
Class Size: Maximum 12 Cancel workshop if 5 or less

Cost $300.00 [subscribers sponsors & concession$260.00]
Lunches and morning and afternoon teas provided

Frank Buck - from 'The Shearers'
andrew chapman

Andrew Chapman
michael silver

Andrew Chapman has always retained a love of photojournalism & documentary B&W photography. He has been a major contributor to the Australian Magazine industry over the last 30 years, contributing regularly to Time, BRW & The Bulletin, amongst others.

He was the instigator in 1998-1999 of the "Ararat" projects, which involved taking teams of approximately 40 photographers to the Victorian town of Ararat and its surrounds. Two more projects,'Snapping St Arnaud' (2005) and 'Making Hay' (2006) have since been completed with more planned for the near future.

Andrew's exhibition, "Click - Rural Photographs", was shown, in February 2000 at the National Wool Museum, Geelong. The exhibition has been fully acquired by the State Library of Victoria as part of its permanent collection.

Over the last 5 years he has completed a second body of work, entitled 'The Shearers'. Shot throughout Australia, this is a view of the shearers lifestyle and their contribution to Australian History. It is currently on a 12 Gallery tour around Eastern Australia. The work was the feature of an ABC TV 'Landline' program last October 2004 (repeated in Dec 04 and Jan 05). His book, 'The Shearers' published in Nov 2006 is a 176 page duotone hardback edition (Lothian Books, Melb).

2007 sees an exhibition of Andrew's political images, 'Campaign(1971-2004) open at Old Parliament House Canberra.

Click below to download a workshop booking form. Fill in your details and mail with payment to 'DFB'07 Workshops' c/- Ellie Young, 700 James Lane, East Trentham, Vic. 3458. If you have difficulties downloading the pdf form, call
[03]5424 1835 or email your postal address to and we will post a copy

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