Author Archives: Marlis Steinke

I always loved photography, to the chagrin of my mother who felt it was a terribly expensive enterprise. When I was allowed to use the camera - I was always in trouble for taking too many pictures. However, she bought me my first 35mm camera when I was pregnant with my first child and my affair with photography has been on-going ever since. After my children and family were fed up with me - I began to experiment with whatever objects were at hand leading me to find macros, abstracts, angles, and I began to see light - which was incredible. With good light anything is spectacular. A lighting course at Photo Central helped me understand and begin to wrangle the light to my advantage and so experimentation continues. I am drawn to the forgotten, the abandoned, mundane details and people caught unaware - but I will photograph anything that catches my eye.
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2017 Party

WSPC Holiday Party: Bronx Park Community Centre, 720 Henderson Hwy. The 2017/18 WSPC Holiday Party will be held on Friday December 15, 2017, from 6:30-10:30 pm This year’s Holiday Season dinner will be catered by Les Filles Cuisine.  Tickets will be […]

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Manitoba Photo Events

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Welcome to the 2017/18 Season

Welcome to the 2017/18 season of the Winnipeg South Photo Club, (WSPC).  Our program will begin Wednesday evening Sept. 13th, from 7:30-9:30 pm. We meet at Acadia Junior High at 175 Killarney st. in Fort […]

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St. Vital Ag Fair Photo Competition

Congratulations to WSPC Members …that received awards in the recent St.Vital Ag. Fair Photo Competition!   * Marlis Steinke who was awarded 2nd Place in Prints   * Ramli Halim awarded 3rd Place in Prints and a  Judges Choice Award […]

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2017 Red River Ex Photo Salon

Winnipeg South Photo Club was well represented at this year’s RRX Photo Salon and we even had some winners! Congratulations to: Elaine O’Keeffe – Best Botany – print Olivia Dolinsky – Best Abtract – print […]

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