Fraser Campbell found this excellent primer on understanding aperture and its effect on depth of field and brightness.
Come to the Centre Wednesday afternoon January 13th from 1:00 to 3:00 in the Program Room. Bring your camera, its manual, and your tripod (if you have one).
Visit our several “learning stations” where you’ll be able to experiment with:
- aperture priority
- shutter priority
- manually fix focus
- spot metering
- exposure compensation
- using a soft box
As this story explains, Robert Poëti, the Quebec Transport Minister has figured out a new way to do wildlife photography – use a traffic cam!
Alan Mirabelli, who gave us such a great presentation last March, is showing his photographs at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
Hopefully these images, which were recognized for their excellence by the photo editors at National Geographic, will inspire you to take great photos in 2016. Thanks to Fraser Campbell for suggesting them.
You can get the January issue of the shutterBUG:
by clicking on the above image or by going to the shutterbug page.
Happy 2016 everybody!
New Years falls on the first friday of January and the Seniors Centre will be closed so the monthly meeting is rescheduled to January the 8th at 9:15