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Tony Bridge FPSCN ACPP (DIST)Tony Bridge 2

Saturday: 9:00am – 10:00am
Presenting: From the Heart, Honouring your own Journey

Workshop 1: From Heart to Print
Workshop 6: A matter of Quality

www.thistonybridge.com

Tony is a digital artist, professional photographer, photo educator, published author, columnist and freelance journalist, along with being one of New Zealand’s leading landscape photographers, as well as Fujifilm X Photographer.  He is also a graduate of Canterbury University, New Zealand, holds an Advanced Certificate with Distinction in professional photography,  and is a fellow of the New Zealand Photographic Society. Currently he is supported by Nikon, Fujifilm, Thinktank camera bags and various photographic software companies, including OnOne, Oloneo, Athentech and PictureCode.


Tony divides his time between writing, publishing, exhibiting, commissions and teaching workshops in photography and post-production. His work draws strongly upon his Māori and European heritage (Te Rarawa, Nga Pakeha) and ongoing studies into a broad range of spiritual and mystical traditions. It also draws heavily upon a university degree in foreign languages and literature.

 



Mark Galermark galer 2

Saturday: 10:30am – 11:30am
Presenting: Adobe Creative Cloud for Photographers

Workshop 2: On Lightroom
Workshop 7: Lightroom & Photoshop

www.markgaler.com

Mark Galer is a seasoned professional photographer, educator, author, and contributing editor for Australian Photography and Digital magazine. Mark is also the Adobe Photoshop/Lightroom Ambassador for Australia and all round Photoshop Guru. He has just finished his 30th book for Focal Press, has served as a Senior Lecturer and Program Director of the BA Photography course at RMIT University in Melbourne and is the Sony Alpha Ambassador for Australia.

 


Dylan Toh & Marianne LimDylanMarianne2

Saturday: 11:30am – 12:30pm
Presenting: The Power of Light & Vision

Workshop 3: Landscape Photography - Theory to Practice

www.everlookphotography.com

Everlook Photography is made up of husband and wife team, Dylan Toh and Marianne Lim, who use photography to escape the routines of the working week.  They hope to convey a sense of awe and appreciation through their images, which are a reflection of how, and what, they see. The ability to do such a thing is wholly individualistic, and the essential reality of a scene - a rock, a river, a mountain - is combined with their interpretation of it; the colours of the water, the reflection of light in the sky. Dylan's habit of early rising means the trademark lighting in his images comes mostly from the hues of dawn, while his penchant for a physical challenge sees him capturing scenes that are off the beaten track. 

Marianne became interested in photography primarily to take better reference images for her artwork, which then developed into a separate artistic interest. Unlike Dylan, Marianne prefers to remain asleep as the day dawns, usually photographing at sunset instead.

 



Lou Marafioti EFIAP FAPSLou Marafioti2

Saturday: 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Presenting: A Passion for Portraits & People. My Perspective

Workshop 8: Available Light Portraiture

www.facebook.com/loumarafiotiphotography

Photography enables Lou to capture slices of life, which will never be repeated and shared with others. Lou’s aim is to provide lasting memories; that’s why he’s so passionate about portraiture. Photography has been his passion for over 40 years with over 35 years experience as a professional wedding and portrait photographer. Also running portrait workshops and photo tours extensively through South Australia.

Lou belongs to Printworks Group and has exhibited prints in National and International Salons. To date he has over 650 acceptances and gained 96 awards.

 

 

Phillipa Frederiksen EFIAP FAPS SSAPS PSQAphill2

Saturday: 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Presenting: Creative phone photography using iPhone & Android

Workshop 4: Creative Smartphone Photography

www.phillfoto.smugmug.com


Phillipa Joined the APS in 1996. She was one of the first members of the Gold Coast Photographic Society to enter Digital images in local, National and International Competitions.   She has always been interested in new technologies so exploring phone photography was a natural progression in her photographic Journey.

Completing several courses in iPhone photography, Creative photography and Creative iPhone photography in 2015. She has been experimenting ever since. Phillipa enjoys helping others in their photographic journeys, giving talks and demonstrations in creativity and phone editing. Her photographic journey continues with new technologies providing more adventures along the way.

 


Paul AtkinsPaul Atkins 2

Sunday: 10:30am – 11:30am
Presenting: Solving the “Too Many Photos” problem

www.atkins.com.au

In 1993 Paul Atkins began working for his family’s company Atkins Lab, taking a 60 year business into its third generation of family involvement. This was just in time for the company to enter the digital squeeze that Paul championed. Atkins, quick to pick up the technology, and with leadership from Kodak, helped bring Adelaide into a new era. Atkins' success is purely based on the move from glass plate photography in the 1940s, to the introduction of colour printing to Adelaide by John Atkins in the 1960s to the latest in digital techniques, the company has always held its customers’ hands tightly.

Paul is State President for the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP), National Chairperson for Photo Marketing Association (PMA), lectures on Colour Management, Photoshop, Lightroom and Digital Asset Management (Archiving digital files).

 

 

Denis SmithDenis Smith2

Sunday: 11:30am – 12:30pm
Presenting: Gear Doesn’t Matter – It’s the idea that counts.

Workshop 9: Painting with Light

www.denissmith.com.au

Denis has always driven himself to push the boundaries, looking for that spark every time he picks up a camera, such as with his light painting project “Ball of Light”, which has had international acclaim. That’s where he likes to be – on the edge.

The creativity in what Denis does reflects the changing industry of photography. Understanding this change is crucially important and it always pushes him to try new things.

 

 

David Evans APP M.PHOTOG IDavid Evan2

Sunday: 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Presenting: Slow Photography in a Digital Age

www.davidevansphotraphy.com.au


David Evans is a Lonely Planet travel, landscape and commercial photographer, travel writer, and a Master of Photography. He creates images of high fidelity, depth and substance. David’s motivation is to remind us that wild, untamed and sublime places are critical elixirs in life…and through travel, nature, observation and art, we find clarity.

David shoots predominantly on location, and although he photographs a wide range of subjects, he has a penchant for travel, tourism, destination, landscape, industrial, energy, mining, accommodation, wine, and product photography for commercial and advertising applications.

 

 

Paul MacDonladPAULMAC3

Sunday: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Presenting: Capturing Light Underwater

www.downunderpix.com


Paul commenced diving in 1989 and underwater photography in 1999. He is a qualified PADI Dive Master and Underwater Photography Instructor. He is a semi-professional underwater photographer and founder of the South Australian based underwater photography business downunderpix.

Paul has written and teaches the downunderpix Digital Underwater Photography course aimed at entry to intermediate level underwater photographers. He has also written several photography related articles for Australian and International diving publications.

Paul also leads dives for interstate and international divers to photograph the South Australian marine emblem, the Leafy Sea Dragon.

 


Paul RobinsonPaul Robinson2

Sunday: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Presenting: The Australian Photographic Judges Association

Paul commenced judging in 1978 and since then has evaluated over 600 photography competitions made up of lay, walking club, camera club, interclub, State, national and international salons, Rotary, rural and metropolitan shows, gallery and regional tourism competitions. He has contributed to various newsletters, had several articles published in Australian Photography from 2004 and has authored three books: 'film to Digital' (2003), 'Judging Photographs' (2012) and 'Models and Photographers'(2013).

Paul has been keynote speaker and opened a number of photographic events as well as being guest presenter on Radio 3UZ Melbourne about photography in the Victoria Travel Show weekly broadcasts for six months. He has held a number of positions at the Adelaide Camera Club, Essendon Camera Club, Caulfield Photographic Society, VAPS and is a founding member and first President Australian Photographic Judges Association 2014.

 

 

Ron Speed AIPP AAPS LRPS LSWPP SSVAPSRon speed2

Sunday: 11:30am – 12:30pm
Presenting: The Australian Photographic Judges Association

www.facebook.com/ron-speed-photography

Ron is accomplished photographer and is dedicated to the craft of photography with over 40 years experience. He has a passion for teaching and the development of photography and photographers.

He is currently a successful working professional photographer along with being accredited with the Australian Institute of Professional Photography. Ron's photographic skill has been recognised widely which is evidenced with his many national and international acceptances.

Although Ron specialises in people photography with his expertise shown in wedding, maternity and family portraiture he is accomplished in all other areas. He has completed a Ba Visual Arts (photo) and a postgraduate course in Creative Arts, Graphic Design (Phot) (honours) at Latrobe University. His rationale in doing this is a reflection of his commitment to ongoing professional development. Ron's desire is to enhance his skills in the most recent advances in photography as well as a commitment to lifelong learning. His goal having finished this course is to continue to expand his skills in conducting workshops and teaching photography for the advancement of his chosen profession.

It is the combination of this experience that has seen him judge and present extensively at all levels throughout Australia.