Ivanhoe Photographic Society is a friendly camera club in the inner east of Melbourne. We meet at 8:00pm on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month.
See our Contact page for details.
It doesn’t matter what kind of photography you like, or what kind of camera you have – you will find something of interest in our meetings and outings. We have interesting speakers at our club meetings, and we run photographic competitions regularly through the year, judged by experienced photographers who will give you valuable feedback.
Join the club and take part in our competitions! Or come along to a meeting as a visitor. You will be most welcome. See below for our schedule (and for more detail see the Syllabus).
Last night we had an interesting presentation evening of various IPS member’s ‘Before/After’ versions of images edited using Adobe Lightroom (LR). Features of the software were demonstrated with examples, such as the Dehaze feature, perspective correction, creative distortion, monochrome conversions, targeted brush tools, merging to HDR, selective adjustments using hard/soft brushing and split toning… to […]
First competition of the year was ‘Monochrome Print’, ‘Monochrome EDPI’ and ‘Open EDPI’. Many thanks to our judge, Greg Earl from Southern Suburbs Photographic Society. Congratulations to all recipients of Highly Commended and Honour awards. Results as follows: B Grade Monochrome Print Fenders David Mare Highly Commended The Monument Li Ting Jiang Highly Commended Tonal […]
Earlier this week we held a portrait workshop session with Steve Sheddick of Essendon Camera Club. The evening was a great success, with two different lighting set ups, two very differently styled models and great guided direction on how to use speed lights and triggers to have more creative control over our portrait images. Many […]