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Trinity News : April 2008
16 TRINITY NEWS military milliners! Cadets from Alpha Company are getting ready to look pristine and ready for Friday parades with some “hat bashing” to obtain the top indentations by using the mould on the right side of the photo, and little bit of ironing to flatten the brim! above: from left - CPL Nathan Dimarchos, WO2 Akshay Raj and CPL Ramana Waran Kapers Klassroom photography in focus kolooning at koloona Year Nine boys are introduced to the complexities of old-fash- ioned photography. There is no LCD screen to tell them whether they have a good shot, and no auto-focus to ensure their pictures aren’t blurry. They check out the light, they time their exposures and they spend a lot of time choosing their shots. They only have ten chances on a roll of film, and they can’t reuse it. These boys are serious about photography, and getting the perfect shot. Chris Parmenter above: Budding Year 9 Photographers from Mr Parmenter’s Year 9 Class try their skills at a field session around the School: L-R Alistair Christie (9Ta), Logan Bell (9Sc), Thomas Kerwan (9Ar), Jack Ryan (9We), Stuart Miller (Yo), Vinoth Srinivasan (9Ke) and Daniel Rahme (9Hi above: Mrs Valeria Korjenevski about to send Jamie Najjar and John Kazal off to their orienteering exercise above: Year 7 boys think pink as they prepare for their canoe paddling! mrs pride’ s poetry class Bringing poetry to life through performance is one of the ways boys in Mrs Pride’s English Class are learning to enjoy the delights, quirks and challenges of this imaginative literary form. Captured herewith are Jesse Fischer (9Hi), Satyan Hargovan (9Ke) and Dane Drivas (9Mu) in their rendition of McGough’s ‘Café Portraits,” and David Beretov (9Ho), Alexander Kuo (9He) and Nicholas Klukte- wicz (9Ke) in Brian Patten’s ‘Seascape.” above: Jesse, Satyan and Dane right: David, Nicholas and Alexander