Many camera club members got together on January 13th and had a great time learning more about their cameras.
Under the guidance of Sue Carey, and with the assistance of members of the Camera Club Executive, topics included aperture priority, shutter priority, manual fixed focus, lighting, portraits, spot versus matrix metering, and exposure compensation.
More pictures of participants and some of their results are in this gallery. The handouts are here.
Special thanks to Sue Carey for coming up with the idea for the workshop and for making it happen.
Fraser Campbell found this one for photographers who take themselves too seriously. You don’t have to buy the mug to appreciate the joke 🙂
As this story explains, Robert Poëti, the Quebec Transport Minister has figured out a new way to do wildlife photography – use a traffic cam!
Now for a little humour from Fraser Campbell:
(click on the cartoon for a larger version)