Sponsorship

Sponsorship

The TPF Photographer of the year has been provided sponsorship to the value of $1000 .

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TPOY 2017

TPOY 2017

To register interest in going to the TPF POTY 2017. Please use the form within this link.

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To be able to help you on your photographic journey, the Tasmanian Photographic Federation can accomodate

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Tasmanian Photographic Federation POTY 2017

When: Saturday, June 24. FROM 9 AM TO 9 PM.
Where: Sheffield Town Hall,Sheffield 
Unlimited photographic Opportunities await us

including access to the Sheffield Steam and Heritage Centre from 9 am until noon.

The shed containing the historic steam train and traction engines will be open.
Fancy rummaging around in Sheffield’s famous Emporium ?

The owner will be present in fancy attire and welcomes
photographers to the old store.
Across the road you will find Chris Puccetti’s “Fudge ‘n Good Coffee”, Which also houses Gallery Tasmania.
More details to follow on the an upcoming June exhibition.
Chris’s wonderful prints are also on show.

Sheffields is also world reknown as the Town of Murals which can be found in
laneways and in Mural Park by the Information Centre.  Including Old Buildings to photograph

Information on the days activites and opening times are below.

  • Sheffield Town Hall will be open from 9 am.
  • 10.30 The AGM of the Tasmanian Photographic Federation.

    Afternoon presentations include :-

  • 1.45pm Gerard Horsman featuring stunning panorama images of
    Northern Europe.
  • 2.45pm POTY judge Jenni Tanner will present contributions from
    herself and her co-judges Peter Bellmont and Karen Lewis.
  • 4.15pm Screening of the 2017 POTY and presentations .
  • 6.30pm A fabulous spit roast dinner, (BYO), in the hall. $30 a head,
    and final numbers will be required by June 12.

    Sheffield has a great range of motel, hotel, cottage and B and B
    accommodation; make a weekend of it and include a trip to Cradle.
    More to follow, but get your bookings in place now.

Links:

Gerard Horseman – Tasmanian Landscape Photographer

 

 

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