The first issue of The Drum for the year has been published!
In this issue we have the winners of the Robert and Dorothy Mackrill Trophies plus the winner of the President’s Trophy.
The latest issue of The Drum has been published for December. It features articles on the recent TPF Meeting (page 6), and an interview with Jason L Stephens (page 14).
Each issue of The Drum is a lot of work to put together. Sourcing and writing articles, editing and changing the layout to suit. It is a big effort, but it is also very rewarding to see the finished product.
With the silly season well upon us this latest issue became much more difficult to finish. With some rather late nights in the last week I was able to bring it all together. January’s issue will be done on a tight time constraint as I don’t want to be wrapped up in that issue over the festive period. Then February will be under a lot of pressure. My wife is expecting our second child in early January, so life in our household will change dramatically.
As with most things time will tell how everything pans out.
I hope that everyone who reads this latest issue will enjoy it.
The latest issue of The Drum has recently been published for October. This issue has been the biggest I have put together. It features articles on Anne O’Connor (recently awarded MFIAP), Luke Reid (guest speaker for September), and the first part of the Ibarionex Perello interview (The Candid Frame).
I truly feel that this publication is reaching a new standard in quality. I no longer refer to it as a newsletter, but rather call it a magazine. It is taking more work to complete each month. The end result is something I am truly proud of and I hope that everyone who reads it will enjoy it.
This months newsletter was published to the club members several weeks ago, but I wanted to post it here as well. This is my first issue as editor of The Drum and I am quite pleased with it. Hopefully the standard of the publication will remain at a high level with each issue. You can see the full document by clicking on the image of the cover below.
The Northern Tasmanian Camera Club is celebrating 125 years with an exhibition at the Country Club Tasmania. It will showcase the talents of its past and present members, plus the history of the club. The exhibition will be housed at Country Club Tasmania from the 30th of August. Images will be available for purchase with proceeds going to the Launceston Benevolent Society.