Club Events
Thursday 21-Nov-2019 19:45
See competition for more info
Thursday 16-Jan-2020 19:45

An opportunity to tell it like it is from your point of view!  This may include people, buildings, activity, etc – anything which can be seen from the street


Saturday 18-Jan-2020 18:00

Session 1 – Saturday 18th January 2020, 6pm until sunset. $40 pp

Auckland Photographic Society is excited to bring you the opportunity to photograph fields full of sunflowers at Franklin Flower Fields. Yes, we are allowed to pick the flowers and take them home. Yes, we are allowed to bring props, a picnic, and even a stepladder if you wish!


Due to anticipated high demand, 2 sessions have been organized but there are differences between sessions: This is first session and it includes models and will last between 2-3 hours. Both sessions are timed with the hopes of capturing golden evening light.

This field trip will include 4 models for us to photograph. Maximum 16 participants. There is a higher cost to cover a koha for the models and an extended shooting time in the fields.

167 Taha Road - Waimauku, Auckland

Saturday 01-Feb-2020 18:00

Session 2 – Saturday 1st February 2020, 6pm – 7pm. $15

Auckland Photographic Society is excited to bring you the opportunity to photograph fields full of sunflowers at Franklin Flower Fields. Yes, we are allowed to pick the flowers and take them home. Yes, we are allowed to bring props, a picnic, and even a stepladder if you wish!

This is the second session IT DOES NOT include models and will be shorter, only 1 hour in length. Both sessions are timed with the hopes of capturing golden evening light.


167 Taha Road - Waimauku, Auckland

Thursday 20-Feb-2020 19:45

Get creative – Fine art, conceptual, your take on a portrait, but the subject must be human and more than just a quick snap.    


Thursday 19-Mar-2020 19:45

Force the viewer to look at the world differently: capture your subject in a way that it would not usually be seen. Look for the details, patterns, lines, form, shape and colours that complete a subject and utilize those key features to make an engaging image.  The nature of the subject should not be immediately obvious.  NB Impressionism is not necessarily Abstract.


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