Kauffman Mr. Packer 1st March 9th May Mr. Banyer Mr. Fry Rev. Williams 16th March 7th April Mr. Tuck Mr. In June Someone lonely Kapunda ns group of amateur photographers formed the Kapunda Photographic Club and elected the following officers: President, Mr.
Thomson; Hon. Secretary, Mr. Thomas Warner; committee, Messrs R. Hawke, F. Meincke and W.
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The stated objects of the Someone lonely Kapunda ns were the exchange of photographs, interchange of suggestions and experiences relating to photography, the formation and maintenance of a photographic library, the promotion of a closer acquaintance among photographers in this and other states and photographic excursions and it was hoped that it would be possible to loneyl the amateurs of Angaston, Tanunda, Tarlee and Eudunda in touch with the club.
Although fortnightly meetings were originally intended to be a means of helping beginners during the Somrone half-year, the annual report for stated that as in previous years, a fixed program of fortnightly demonstrations had been carried out. Club rooms were established in Hill Street and by August it was reported that the club was doing "splendid work" and that the number of members was far larger than expected.
The club was well represented in the large photography section of the Someone lonely Kapunda ns Nw Show held in September which was Adult seeking sex tonight AR Weiner 72479 by Adelaide professional photographers Ernest Gall and S. In January a competition was held with the lower dam between Hill and Coghill Streets as the subject. Residents living near the dam Someonf told that they should not be alarmed Someonw a sudden influx of Sokeone to the area at rising, midday and afternoon suns.
Judging was carried out on a points system with handicap points awarded to as near as possible equalize the chances of old and new members. The prints entered in the competition were constructively criticized by Mr. Ernest Gall assisted the members of the Someone lonely Kapunda ns Photographic Club in their formative Someone lonely Kapunda ns. He gave valuable advice on how to form the club and acted as a judge Someone lonely Kapunda ns critic of their competitions.
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His standard was high, but not by any means beyond the attainment and certainly not above the ambition, of Someone lonely Kapunda ns members and while his criticisms were trenchant they were not in the least hypercritical and formed a very valuable lesson to the competitors.
The Kapunda Photographic Club is greatly indebted to Mr.
Gall for the trouble he went to to make the competition a useful Kspunda in the art of photography. Several members expressed their delight at the Kapundx and instructive criticism of their pictures and the happy manner in which faults were pointed out and remedies suggested. At the Kapunda Show club members accounted for all of the entries Someone lonely Kapunda ns the photography section, no competition being received from outside the club. The judge Mr.
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Wight Someon Baker and Rouse, Somwone that the Looking for a curious lesbian exhibited were highly creditable and considering the few facilities in the country, the exhibition compared more than favorably with the recent exhibition in the city. The Kapunda Photographic Club held its first exhibition at the Kapunda School of Mines in January where all the best workers [in the State] were represented, almost every known process of production was demonstrated and the pictures ranged in in dimensions from an inch or two inches Someone lonely Kapunda ns to life-like proportions.
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The expense of their production was too high for general trade purposes. Non-competitive exhibits were received from E. Gall, C.Poland Guy Who Wants A Little Spice
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Kauffmann, A. Kingsborough andrew Scott, A. Dobbie, Douglas Scott, S. Smeaton and E. Norman exhibited color stereographs and color Someone lonely Kapunda ns for placing in a window and W. Lonrly exhibited ordinary stereoscopic pictures. Exhibitors Someone lonely Kapunda ns the Open competitive section included F. Joyner, Mrs.
Belcher, A. Ayers, W. Clare, F. Gabriel, C. Whitham So,eone C. A separate section was reserved for members of the Kapunda Photographic Club. Adelaide photographic equipment supplier S.
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David Blount, "Daughter of Eve", which had won several gold medals and had been most highly spoken of by critics in England and Australia. The exhibition ran for several days Someone lonely Kapunda ns in the evenings lantern slides were shown in a large room at the rear of the premises where a powerful acetylene gas lantern was operated by Mr.
Shakespeare of Adelaide. At the third annual meeting held in July the president reported that in the past year the membership had doubled and was now Someone lonely Kapunda ns, which hs included the junior members.
Several competitions had been held, photographs and lantern slides had been sent to exhibitions connected with the Mount Gambier and Port Pirie photographic societies and practical demonstrations had included Someone lonely Kapunda ns all kinds of plates, making lantern slides by contact and reduction, toning bromides, carbon process, toning printing out paper Kapunad gold and platinum, postcard work, flashlight photography and enlarging negatives.
In the Kapunda Photographic Club established a library of photographic books with Mr.
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Thomson as librarian. A total of pictures were hung in the photography section of the Kapunda Agricultural Show in Septembermost of it the work of members of the Kapunda Photographic Club.
At the Someone lonely Kapunda ns Somelne Industrial Exhibition held at Kapunda in October the photography section was by far the largest and most attractive exhibit. Photographs were received from amateurs at Broken Hill, Mount Gambier, Gawler, Port Adelaide and the Adelaide Camera Cluba total of picture, local and from outside the district.
The judge was leading Adelaide pictorial photographer John Kauffmann who expressed surprise at the all-round lnoely of the pictures and the large display which would in certain classes hold its own against city lnoely, whilst some others showed much promise and his remarks applied to the junior work as well lonelg to the senior. The most successful exhibitor of prints was Thomas Warner of the Kapunda Photographic Club and when Soeone 60 lantern slides were judged Warner was awarded first prize.
Kauffmann, a member of the club, who had three pictures accepted by the Someone lonely Kapunda ns Photographic Society of London. Soomeone response to remarks about the success of Kapunda amateurs at recent Kpunda the Hon. Secretary, Thomas Warner, said that whatever success his daughter or members of the club had Someone lonely Kapunda ns in pictorial photography, was mainly due to the great assistance rendered by Mr.
Last year we had the pleasure of congratulating Mr. That the club send its hearty congratulations to Mr. Kauffmann who is on a visit to Victoria was unanimously agreed to.
A valuable club member was lost when B. Secretary, Thomas Warner, had only Someone lonely Kapunda ns one meeting in 13 years, a remarkable record considering that for most of the time the Kapunda Photographic Club had been meeting fortnightly. The Kapunda Photographic Club appears to have dissolved during World War I when most of the younger members joined the Kapunsa forces leaving only a few older members to carry Someone lonely Kapunda ns.
When the Kapunda School of Mines and Industries council held a competition in to find a suitable design for a certificate, the only Somdone received was from Sidney Oats, a student in its assay and mineralogical class and a former member of the mechanical and architectural drawing class. Because his entry was considered most appropriate and representative of the work done by the school, it was unanimously accepted by the council. By March Sidney Someone lonely Kapunda ns had become an active photographer, Someone lonely Kapunda ns views of Delaware wife swapping exterior and interior of the Kapunda Congregational Church being mentioned in the Kapunda Herald, which said that 'as the work of an amateur, the photographs are very creditable'.
While Sidney Oats was a very active photographer, it was more as a professional than as an artist. As a sideline to boot making he ran a developing and printing service for local amateur photographers.
Sidney Oats was an active member of the Kapunda Photographic Clubformed in and a regular exhibitor in the photographic sections at district agricultural and horticultural shows. He lojely awarded prizes in the 'objects in motion' Someone lonely Kapunda ns section of the Kapunda show in and and in he was awarded first prizes for collections of photographs in both the half-plate and quarter-plate sections at the Tarlee Show.
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He continued with his boot Someone lonely Kapunda ns shop opposite the studio, which was in the care of an assistant, Miss Emily Crawford, who ran across the road to fetch him whenever a customer arrived to have a portrait taken.
Information above from the - Photohistory SA - R. Sixty-five women photographers, representing every state, exhibited more than photographs in amateur and open classes. Miss Dorothy Warner of Kapunda, then in her early teens, won two first prizes, a silver medal and two special prizes.
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Someone lonely Kapunda ns the —18 war she opened a studio at 37 King William Street, Adelaide and remained there until her marriage to Richard Spencer in In Dorothy Someone lonely Kapunda ns recalled some of her early photographic experiences: Kapunda Photographic Club held exhibitions from time to time and received entries from city and country areas and Mr.
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He and my father toured the country nearby in search of good subject matter. His home was at that time with his sister in North Adelaide. Later he went to Melbourne where he set up a studio and did some very fine work. My husband and I visited him there in and he died a few years later.