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ULUrU On a PLate, the round up

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I am back now from the most amazing trip to the red centre. Sunrises, sunsets, dinner at the rock with champagne, 3 course Mark Olive, aka 'The Black Olive' meals where I tried kangaroo and crocodile !!

An astronomy talk and the opportunity to hook your Canon camera up the to the telescope, now that was amazing.

My husband Martin and I arrived on the night of the blood moon. Whilst we were watching the moon changing we realised our balcony joined up with Wayne Quilliam’s balcony. The 3 of us ended up out there in the warmth of the evening watching and shooting the moon, it was spectacular.

The entire weekend ran like clockwork, from dot painting workshops, traditional dance ceremonies, through to our individual workshops. No time to sleep, there was too much to see.

The workshops we ran for the Voyages, Explore UluruA Mindfood Photography Expedition weekend were terrific. A great group of keen participants came from all over Australia and all the facilitators bought individuality to the table.

Wayne Sorensen, the tech/landscape shooter who is also a graphic designer, Grenville Turner the hugely experienced shooter, once in advertising on the east coast and now resides in Alice Springs, had a wide breadth of knowledge and technical support to share. Wayne Quilliam, an indigenous photographer who knows the people and the area where we were holding the workshops back to front. He was a great icebreaker and was extremely knowledgeable about the culture, not to mention a great photographer and speaker with massive passion for all he shoots.

I decided to take my lomo camera and the iPhone to shed another light on photography…the camera does not maketh the photographer. It was great fun and if you go to my instagram page you can see more of the images I took. I still have to get the film processed so we need to stay tuned for those.

A big thank you to Michael Neylon from Voyages for inviting me to help facilitate the workshops and for putting together such a great team.

It was an incredible weekend and one I will treasure.

Love to do it all again.

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The Image Makers Seminar Series 6: Robert Imhoff - Photography Studies College

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Friday 24th October, 6pm - 7.30pm

Robert Imhoff, who began his career in Australia in around 1970, is an advocate of versatility, working across the fields of both film production and photography. His photographic output across three decades encompasses portraits and advertising imagery executed both in black and white, and colour. The subjects of Imhoff's commissioned portraits are mostly notables in the Australian community: actors, celebrities, architects, sportspeople, businessmen, politicians and members of local government. What is most striking about these portraits is their warmth, with a great many subjects being presented smiling, their faces alive and active.”
Professor Helen Ennis Director, Centre for Art History and Art Theory Australian National University School of Art.

PSC are pleased to invite students, graduates and the general public to attend the Image Makers Seminar with Robert Imhoff.

This unique event will be held at PSC, Level 1, 65 City Road, Southbank.
Tickets for this event are free, however numbers are strictly limited. Bookings are required and can be made here.

Robert Imhoff has an exhibition and book launch at the Art Gallery of Ballarat from Saturday 11 October to Sunday 7 December.

Photography Studies College

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