A familiar but different landscape
The Club will resume face-to-face meetings and competitions on 27 January 2021 with appropriate COVID19 protocols operating to provide for member safety.
Online video-conferencing will continue to operate in specific circumstances where it will expand the level of service and convenience for members.
Club competitions for print images will resume in 2021 with the first submissions due at the 27 January meeting. Monthly digital image entries (online) are also due on 27 January; however, judge’s feedback will be provided online. The set category for both competitions is Nature.
The Club welcomes new members to participate in Club activities that are conducted in accordance with COVID19 protocols. Membership for the period January to June 2021 will be $25.00 for full membership and $12.50 for concessions.
The Society, founded in 1967, is affiliated with the Photographic Society of Queensland (PSQ) and is one of Queensland’s largest photographic clubs. Visitors are welcome to participate in club activities.
In addition to lecture and judging meetings members are encouraged to participate in various interest groups, including Monochrome, Developers, Digital, Lighting and National/International. Each group normally meets monthly. Where feasible, some groups may elect to meet via videoconferencing.
The club runs field days in south-east Queensland and north-east New South Wales as well as organising club entries in national and international photographic competitions.
Members have access to the Club’s closed Facebook site for the sharing of expertise and feedback on images while a library of resources provides a range of titles supporting individual research.
St Bartholomew’s Church Hall, corner of Logan Rd and Mountain St, Mount Gravatt.
Dates and times
Second Wednesday of month: Lecture/Guest speaker
Fourth Wednesday of month: Monthly competition judging
The Mount Gravatt Photographic Society is a community-based non-profit camera club that is affiliated with the Photographic Society of Queensland. The club was formed in February 1967 by a small group of enthusiastic amateur photographers.
Represents affiliated Clubs in Queensland. MGPS is one of 45 Clubs. The Annual PSQ Convention is held over the May Long Weekend and alternates between Brisbane & Country Venues.
The APS is a National Boday of Photographers that provides services to its Members and sets standards for accredited photographic competitions which it endorses. It is open to individual Members and Clubs. APS has an annual convention, APSCON, in each State on an alternative basis. Membership also includes the Australian Photography magazine, delvered monthly, as well as the opportunity to be involved in Print, Digital and Audio Visual Folios.