PSNZ Liaison Report – September 2022

From our trusty PSNZ Liaison Officer, Judith:

An update for DPS members on Photographic Society of New Zealand (PSNZ) events.

Upcoming PSNZ events for everyone.

Camera Talk

Deadline for articles is 25th September.
This magazine is for all club members throughout New Zealand. If you are interested in advertising or have an article to contribute email the editor.

National Portrait Salon

Opens on 2th September. Closes on 30th September.
A new salon hosted by the Tauranga Photographic Society. It’s lovely to have a portrait salon added to the list of affiliated competitions and will be exciting to see the images. You’ll find guidelines, rules, and entry on the National Portrait Salon page of the Tauranga Photographic Society.

Judge Training Weekends 2022

15-16 October – online.This weekend training was to be held in Dunedin, but has now moved to online. Registrations are open.
Over the two day course, you will gain an insight into what is involved in the judging prcoess. How to view images, critique, and communicate the results to the photographer. You will also learn more about how to become an accredited judge.
Open to all. More information is available at Judge Training.
Sign up at Judge Training Weekend Registration

PSNZ members only

Canon Online Round

Closes 25th October.
No entry fee
Login to the members area of the PSNZ website and choose the Canon Online.

Workshop Programme

There are a few places available on the last workshops for this year:
Birds – October 7-9 – Canterbury Novice Landscape – October 21-23 – Buller
Intentional Camera Movement – November 26 – Miranda
More information here: Workshops.

Good Photo Spots (GPS)

Email your Good Photo Spots with some details (location; best time, weather, tides; relevant links; risks; GPS co-ordinates) about your spot to GPS project.
Good Photo Spots (GPS) are locally known spots that visiting photographers might not notice or know about about. They are not the secret and special spots. GPSs will be collated and listed in the members only area of the PSNZ website so you can have some ideas of where to go the next time you’re out of town.