04 Sep Moore Light on the River: Dale Neill
Moore Light on the River Photographic Group Photo: Dale Neill
Thunder, lightening and hail didn’t deter the Moore Light on the River photographic workshop participants. Photographers sloshed through river mud, shot in the twilight and stumbled through the bush to capture that elusive wildflower. Photographers had a range of ability and cameras from small travel “point and shoots” to state of the art equipment. Master Photographer Dale Neill gave personalised tuition and advice during the weekend unshackling some of the cameras’ lesser known capabilities. Fine art photographer Carine Nemery gained a new insight from the workshop, “I have learnt so much during this workshop….it opens a new horizon…Dale is a fantastic teacher…he really gives a great boost of confidence to his students.”
Moore Arts is: a committee of the Guilderton Community Association.
Swirling Seas by Dale Neill
Long after sunset photographers were creating artistic images of swirling, steamy seas using twenty-second exposures. For many the workshop broke new bounds and created new horizons in their quest for that unique image. It didn’t matter what they were photographing they were constantly being made aware of the light to shape the image and enhance texture.
The Guilderton Hall with its large window areas was an ideal venue for teaching the principles of three dimensional lighting. The weekend included four “secret” locations for photographers to put theory into practice. Once again The Country Club’s support made the weekend even more successful, providing delicious morning and afternoon teas, lunches and dinner in a congenial, relaxed atmosphere.
The Guilderton Community Association and Moore Arts thank Dale Neill for a successful and entertaining weekend of photography and tall stories.
Moore Arts and Dale Neill are planning another photographic workshop in 2017. To lodge your interest please contact Anne Gilkes email: email@example.com