First Thursday of each month
9:30 am

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The Club

In the summer of 1998, the late Phillip Lefevre together with John Lovell offered a  U3A course in which all facets of video production were to be explored.

From that beginning, the Milton Ulladulla Videographers Club began and has been spreading the video 'good word' ever since.  

Apart from regular monthly meetings, the Club joins with clubs from the ACT, Wollongong and the Shoalhaven twice a year to share information and knowledge as well as comparing video productions on a specific chose in advance for presentation at that meeting.

Club monthly general meetings usually include a workshop run by members who research and develop a particular topic, developing their own expertise which is then in turn passed on onto others in the club. Thus, the task of 'teaching' is shared and all benefit.

Not surprisingly, members work on their own individual projects, and also get together for field trips on occasions, such as visits to areas of interest in the nearby region. While a lot of video are of the 'personal memory' category, including travel, activities extend quite a distance beyond that.

There has also been developed somewhat of a niche market, with members recording local musical and variety events using a multicamera technique. This is where the cameras are synchronised after the event so that camera views can be changed 'on the fly' during the editing process and so giving an appearance akin to that seen with live TV shows of a similar nature.

Additionally, past group projects have included producing videos for a number of non-profit groups that are active locally. The list has grown long over time, but has included a wide range of activities, from day-care Christmas parties an an International Women's Day of Prayer.

In the first years of the club, meetings were rotated between members' homes but of more recent times, thanks to the generosity of the Mollymook Golf Club, we currently meet on the first Thursday of the month from 9.30am in what was previously called the Children's Room but is now to be known as the Meeting Room.

Visitors and new members are always welcome.