Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 6, No. 9 July 14, 1943
This year the Photographic Club started with a lecture by Mr. C. E. Singleton, one of the Wellington Camera Club's most progressive members. This address touched on all phases of photography and was amply illustrated by competition work which had won high awards for Mr. Singleton. After the meeting had been thrown open to discussion, prints brought along by members were examined and helpful criticism was given.
Unfortunately the shortage of films does not give members as much scope for experimenting. The club has arranged addresses, visits to studios, open competition where members may bring prints taken over the-last few years, discussions on the relative merits of different types of cameras, and on "straight" photographs as against "touching up," etc.
The club extends an invitation to all students to attend the meetings held on alternate Thursdays, Watch the notice boards.