The slides from Manfred Mueller’s excellent presentation on Small Flash photography are available here.
Wednesday, December 14 from 1:30-3:00 p.m. in Hall C at the KSC
Presented by Ross Laing with Manfred Mueller
This presentation will focus on the distinction between taking pictures vs. making pictures.
During the approximately 1-hour presentation, attendees will review images which illustrate 10 common photography mistakes to be avoided, followed by 20 ways and techniques to improve their images.
The presentation will be of particular interest to KSCCC members new to photography or more experienced photographers looking to refresh their picture making skills.
The wearing of masks and physical distancing is recommended during the presentation.
Signup for this presentation at the December 2 meeting, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to see the gallery of images that members submitted in response to our In-Camera Light Painting challenge.
Thanks to all members who tried light painting and submitted their images.
Thanks to club member Ted Timmons (who recently gave an excellent presentation on underwater photography) who recommended this video for members doing the current In-Camera challenge: Black and White (or monotone), Exposure Creativity, Embrace the Grain
Thanks for sharing, Ted
Click here to review Ross Laing’s excellent presentation on sharing your images and making a photobook. Note that the links in his file are “clickable”.
During his presentation for Henry’s, Chuck Desjardins mentioned that he has a YouTube channel. You can find it here. It includes slideshows of his travel photography, other slideshows, and videos he calls “Playing With…” which are mini-reviews.
Phil Tughan was inspired by Javier’s recommendation to shoot at Kanata’s Beaver Pond and reports:
To add to the info on the Beaver Pond, go to the pond by going to the end of Walden Drive at the east end of the pond. The parking lot is completely closed, but you can easily park on the road. The best photography is along the paved walkway along the south side and at the east end of the pond. The western half is marsh and not accessible.
I have attached some Blue Heron photos that I took early in the morning after Javier’s great presentation. These were taken at the east end of the pond at the water’s edge.
Thanks for sharing Phil