The next Toowoomba Photographic Society Field Day is being held in conjunction with the Toowoomba Field Naturalist Club on Sunday, 13th August 2017. On this field day we will visit two properties in the Kingsthorpe District. The sites provide plenty of photographic opportunities – rural scenery, birdlife, native vegetation and aboriginal scar trees to name a few.
The Field Day locations can be seen in the accompanying map – click on thumbnail for a larger image.
by Graham Harris, August 6, 2017
Members, if you were not already aware, our Society has a Facebook presence. We have an open-to-the-public page and a Closed Group area.
These will be in addition to this website, another means for people to stay connected, be informed, raise concerns or invite the general public to looking into our exciting club.
The Facebook page is here: Toowoomba Photographic Society – Facebook
The Facebook Closed, members only group, is here: Closed Facebook Group
Any further queries to the Webmaster.
by Tryg Helander, July 28, 2017
The entries for our first 2017-18 competition are due, with the next club meeting on Tuesday, the 8th of August.
by Graham Harris, July 22, 2017
The Toowoomba Photographic Society Annual Dinner and Awards night for the 2016-17 competition year is being held on Saturday, 19th August 2017 at Urban Grounds Cafe, 210 Herries St, Toowoomba at 6:00pm. Please see the invitation available by clicking here – for more details and RSVP.
Payments can be made by direct deposit (preferred) or to Greg Ivanov on club night at the door.
by Graham Harris, July 19, 2017
Our next TPS Skills Night is being held at DeMolay House on the 23rd June 2017 at 7:00pm.
Our guest speaker this month is Jonah Scott who will speak on “Night Sky Photography”. Jonah makes his own telescopes and photographs the night sky. We will be photographing the night sky on his farm at Cecil Plains the following night on our 24th June 2017 Field Day. (more…)
by Graham Harris, June 14, 2017
Our aim is to promote, improve, share and enjoy photography in Toowoomba and the surrounding district offering many services, all specifically designed to improve photography and photographic skills in a friendly social atmosphere. Membership is open to all comers regardless of whether you are a beginner, an amateur or a professional photographer.
To join our club please follow the instructions at About the Club. Additional information about the club can also be found here.
by MyPhotoClub Colin, May 31, 2017