Welcome to my photography home page.
I'm an amateur photographer based in Albany, Western Australia with a wide and ever changing field of interest in how I create images.
I believe that we should be making better use of the myriad of photographic processes and techniques that we all have at our disposal but seldom utilize. The Albany Film Users Group (inc), (soon to be renamed) was formed to provide opportunities for Albany photographers to expand their options by combining the best of film and digital photography and processing techniques.
Our club currently has a print exhibition at Kate's Place where we have a selection of coffee developed film images.
We meet at 7:30pm on the second Tuesday of each month at the Vancouver Arts Centre Art room and we also have an informal coffee meetup at Kate's Place on Stirling Tce. Always plenty happening.
Updates are on our club blog here....... http://afug-albany.blogspot.com.au/
“The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are". Ernst Haas.
Thanks for visiting. Last updated on 18th. of February 2015 Copyright Bob Symons
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The Albany Film Users Group was involved in the Illuminart "Process Royal Harbour Lights" and "Story Telling Projections that were held in conjunction with the Anzac Albany 100 year anniversary of the leaving of the first fleet in 1914.
Our group supplied many of the contemporary images that were included in the presentation and later at an exhibition of prints at the Vancouver Arts Centre which was attended by the Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove during their visit to Albany.
Above are some of the images that were projected onto the roof of the Albany Entertainment Centre and the Town Hall.
It was a fantastic display and we were very pleased to have had the opportunity to make a contribution to it.