prize Tag

Recently Warwick and Justin from Fujifilm Australia came to see us here at Shoot Photography Workshops and held a splendid photo walk - you'll see an album of the pictures that the participants made on out Facebook page.Well it was a good day in the sun and there are three winners of the competition for the walk. Here's their images repeated:Second runner-up has won a $ 50 gift voucher from Camera Electronic - Nola Sumner with her image entitled " Bowls".First runner-up will get a $ 100 gift voucher from Camera Electronic. This goes to Ray Ross for " Tucker Time".Grand Prize is rather splendid - a red-bodied Fujifilm X-A1 with a silver XC 16-50mm f:3.5-5.6 OIS Fujinon lens. A world of art in a small package.This has been won with an image entitled " 2" by...

Well, here's a bit of good news for one of the people who attended the PhotoLive 2015 day at the Novotel Langley. The door prize is theirs.It will be delivered later this week as soon as they can get it onto a low-loader with a HIAB. Those doors at the Langley are heavy! It's going to be cold and breezy in the lobby until summer  but at least the prize-winner will have a fine new portal for his house. Hope it's a big house...

There's still time to enter a great photo competition - with a fun twist.The Perth Bell Tower is an iconic landmark on the Swan. Here's your chance - as a non-professional photographer - to make a photographic expression of the Bell Tower's Golden Treasures.The fun twist is that the photograph must be taken from inside the Bell Tower...

Yes, here it comes again.Our friend Dale Neille has just alerted us that the Fremantle International Portrait Competition is on again for 2015 - with some bouncing rewards for the best photos. $ 12,000 in cash and material prizes. You can bounce pretty darn good for $ 12,000...

And who said you can't write a snappy header early in the morning?Okay - this is two notices in one:1. The rental department here at Camera Electronic have some Tamron lenses that you can borrow as trial runs - the Tamron people are promoting a try-before-you-buy idea based upon you operating some of their lenses for a few days or over a weekend. Then the idea is you-buy-after-trying...