ALCC 2010

The winner of this year’s annual Landscape/Coastline competition held in conjunction with the Annual General meeting was Jack Jansen with “Aerial View”. Jack’s name will be inscribed on the perpetual trophy donated by Past President and Club Sponsor Brian Malone of Allsport Trophies. Many thanks to Ewan Knight for judging this years competition.

Winning Image
Winning Image – Aerial View – Jack Jansen

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Inter-club Competition with Ballarat YMCA CG

On Saturday March 21, a number of members attended the annual inter-club competition with the Ballarat YMCA Camera Group. The competition was an Open subject in two sections - Print and Digital Projected Images. Club Totals Prints: Corio Bay CC 165; Ballarat YMCA 157 DPI:      Corio Bay [more]

Coming Up

Lisa is organising a special screening of "Finding Vivian Maier" on Tuesday April 21  with the Pivotonian Cinema in Geelong West. Admission will be $10. Invite your friends.  To find out more about the story of Vivian Maier, visit Lisa is also organising a visit [more]

New Projector

Our new projector has been delivered and set up. We are very grateful to the City of Greater Geelong, which provided funding towards its purchase through the Community Grant program. [more]

CBCC Vigex Results

A record nine CBCC members entered this year's Vigex Salon; Barry Feldman, Heather Hallam, Christopher Jansen, Jack Jansen, Neil Robinson, Hayley Jones, Don Greaves, Colin Klein and Bella McRae. Individual results have now been sent to all entrants. Congratulations to all who entered, [more]

Our latest featured member - Nadia Paul

Nadia Paul has been a member of Corio Bay Camera Club since October 2012, when she joined with husband Steve. Like Steve, Nadia has had a much longer involvement in photography, being a former member of the Melbourne Camera Club and gaining a number of photographic awards and honours along the [more]

Three CBCC Members Make the Final 20 in the Geelong by Nature Competition

Three members of Corio Bay Camera Club have made the final twenty in the Geelong by Nature competition, run by the National Wool Museum in conjunction with the World Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition which was launched on Monday 15 December. Finalists and their images are: [more]