“When you make a print, you are making an art object….
… You can’t hang a scan on the wall” said George Tice, who is recognised as one of America’s finest photographers of his generation and a brilliant photographic printer… Read more on our May issue newsletter.
Nature photographer McKinley’s double act
Any photographer who’s devoted more than three-quarters of their life to honing their craft can expect to have won a gong or two, right?
Perhaps our fellow club members chose one of our shots as the best image at the monthly Exhibition Night? Maybe we’ve garnered lots of ‘likes’ for an image posted on Facebook, Instagram or Flickr, or had a photograph published in a local newspaper? >>>>
But what if this photographer is barely 14 years old and has not once, but twice, been a finalist in a national photographic competition?
Upper Blue Mountains Camera Club member McKinley Moens is this photographer. For the
second year running, McKinley is a finalist in the junior division of the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition, which is open to photographers up to age 18….
…read the rest of this story in our July Newsletter