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About our club

The Castle Hill RSL Photography Club, formed in 1994 as the Hills Photographic Society and later renamed the Hills Camera Club, is an expanding club of around 200 members who have a diverse range of experience and talent. We endeavour to be an informative and social club with friendly competitions, social outings and events. A strong point of our club is the emphasis on training that we have. To view a promotional video about our club  Click Here

We meet three times a month on the first, second and fourth Tuesdays at 7:30pm, unless otherwise stated, at the Castle Hill RSL Club

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Jun
25
Tue
7:30 pm Competition Night: Set Subject P... @ Castle Hill RSL Club
Competition Night: Set Subject P... @ Castle Hill RSL Club
Jun 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Competition Night: Set Subject People Portraits + Open Competition @ Castle Hill RSL Club | Castle Hill | New South Wales | Australia
Closing Date: 22nd June Judging Date: 25th June Judge: Flavio Spedalieri Portrait photography is about capturing the essence, personality, identity and attitude of a person utilising backgrounds, lighting and posing. An image becomes a portrait[...]
Jul
2
Tue
7:30 pm Lecture – Russell Shakespeare – ... @ Castle Hill RSL
Lecture – Russell Shakespeare – ... @ Castle Hill RSL
Jul 2 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Russell is a Photographer working in digital and analogue, based on the Gold Coast – and has photographed well-known Australians from a wide range of fields, including writers (Tim Winton), sportsmen (Steve Waugh); politicians (Gough[...]
Jul
9
Tue
7:30 pm Training – Printing @ Castle Hill RSL
Training – Printing @ Castle Hill RSL
Jul 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
DigiDirect will give an introduction to printing  
Jul
23
Tue
7:30 pm Competition Night: Set Subject R... @ Castle Hill RSL Club
Competition Night: Set Subject R... @ Castle Hill RSL Club
Jul 23 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Competition Night: Set Subject Rush Hour + Open Competition @ Castle Hill RSL Club | Castle Hill | New South Wales | Australia
Closing Date: Midnight Sunday 21st July Judging Date: Tuesday 23rd July Judge: Bill Chambers Rush Hour Set Subject Guidelines Rush hour refers to the time of day when most people are commuting to and from[...]
Aug
13
Tue
7:30 pm Training – Macro/Stacking @ Castle Hill RSL
Training – Macro/Stacking @ Castle Hill RSL
Aug 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
An introduction to macro and focus stacking By Rob Clarke
Recent Posts Post archive

Accessing the MyPhotoClub Website

All current members have been added to the new website. Please login with the same email address and the password as advised seperately.

I would like to be confident that all members can access the site to enter competitions and register for events.

If you have problems, then please contact me on the president’s email.

by Peter John O'Brien, November 4, 2023

FCC Interclub 2023 Results

CHRSLPC only entered the Digital categories as Prints are not supported by the members.

Digital results for CHRSLPC:
– Nature is First Place
– Colour is Second Place
– Australia Landscape/Seascape is Second Place
– Monochrome is Third Place
– Creative is Third Place

Congratulations to those members whose images were selected by the Competition Committee as this is a club based exhibition.

As more detailed results become available then the individual members will be informed of their results.

by Peter John O'Brien, October 29, 2023

The Weekly Snapshot

Dear Members, this is a reminder that the Weekly Snapshot is sent to all financial members, usually weekly. If you are not receiving the newsletter and would like to do so, please contact me at publicity@chrslphotographyclub.org

Thank you, regards Frances

by Frances Gorringe, October 25, 2023

Welcome to your new website.

This information is the first ‘post’ on your site’s blog. Brief is better – best to just replicated the information in the top left area of the page.

To communicate with your members you create posts and publish them. These posts are sent as email messages to each member of your club. Use the Management button to access the Create Post area. The editor used is the standard WordPress editor. Many tutorials are available on how to use the editor – but the best advice is to keep it short, simple, single topic, and include an image to attract attention. Post often to announce upcoming events, thank-yous and reminders. Reading your blog allows a potential member to get a feel for what your club does.

There are a large number of videos on the main MyPhotoClub site that demonstrate the system. Click here to go there.

by MyPhotoClub Colin, June 1, 2019