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David Tatnall. Getting into fine art large format photography
David Tatnall is a fine art photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. His work has been collected by The National Gallery of Victoria, Monash Gallery of Art, State Library of Victoria, and the Australian Embassy in Washington USA and well as a number of regional galleries in Victoria.
He has used large format cameras since the 1970’s.
He taught large format, pinhole and darkroom workshops for thirty-five years in Australia and overseas. His work has been exhibited and published widely.
In 2000 he was given a lifetime achievement award by Parks Victoria for ‘An outstanding contribution to nature conservation in Victoria through photography’. He was also made an Honorary Life Member of the Victorian National Parks Association.
David Tatnall is represented by Chrysalis Gallery.
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Saturday 29 May 12-5pm
The Newport Railway Museum hosts an extraordinary collection of steam, diesel and electric trains as well as a host of other railway exhibits. All very photogenic.
Tickets must be pre-booked at Trybooking. The session we are booking is 2pm to 4 pm.
Please list names of all visitors attending, and follow the CovidSafe requirements as a condition of entry.
All members are welcome.
Admission prices are as follows:
• Adults: $10
• Children or concession holders: $5
• Children under 4 years of age: free of charge
• Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children): $25
How to get there
The Museum is easy to get to. Located at 26 Champion Rd Newport, we’re only a few minutes from the Melbourne Road exit of the Westgate Freeway and there is plenty of on-street parking on Champion Road. If you’re coming by public transport we’re located just 200 metres from North Williamstown railway station.