Nanango Camera Club
Award-winning Ipswich photographer Tina Dial (centre, checked shirt) showing Nanango Camera Club members some of her working camera gear (Photo: Clive Lowe)
March 17, 2014

Tina Dial
An example of Tina Dial's work
by Clive Lowe

The Nanango Camera Club’s March meeting saw a big increase in attendance when we were treated to a very informative talk and equipment demonstration from award-winning Ipswich animal photographer Tina Dial.

Tina has won many national and international photography competitions.

She told us about her favourite pet and bird photography, as well as the camera gear she uses for her work.

We learned more about how to use their cameras, as well as some new tricks to speed up our workflow in Photoshop.

The Nanango Camera Club will hold our next meeting on April 13 (the day after the Nanango Show) at the club’s regular venue: St Patricks School library at 16 Alfred Street in Nanango, beginning at 1:00pm.

The meeting will be followed by a photo shooting session around town.

New members are always welcome, and meeting fees are $3 to cover the cost of tea and coffee.

More information? Visit the Nanango Camera Club website or email the Secretary.

Tina Dial
Another example of Tina's work ... she explained to club members the processes she uses to capture such difficult images
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