FCCP Wednesday Shoot the Evening Black, White & Grey at the University of Tampa

 

OK, you color folks can shoot color too!

 

Join for out latest addition to our bi-weekly PhotoWalks on Wednesday nights.  Ever wonder how to do Black & White Photography?  Do you have to do it in camera or can you shoot color and turn your photos black and white in editing software?  Learn to the answers to these questions and more by joining FCCP for Black & White Night.

Tonight we'll explore the UT campus around Plant Hall ( former Tampa Bay Hotel) and along the Hillsborough River. Jeff will give some instruction on shooting B&W along with helping you set up your camera to monochrome mode, if you want to do B&W in camera.

Please only post B&W or monochrome images to the Photo Album created for tonight's Photowalk.  If you have some great color shots from tonight, please post them to one of the Weekly Photo Challenges (Nikon, Canon, Landscape, People etc.).

This PhotoWalk will repeat every other Wednesday Night, opposite our Wednesday Night Macro Nights.

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  • Jeff D.

    Due to health reasons I will not attending the PhotoWalk tonight.

    September 18, 2013

    • jeff r.

      Hope you feel better quickly. Watch out for the coffee stains.

      September 18, 2013

  • jeff r.

    I'll be there if weather holds, no rain.

    September 18, 2013

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