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Industrial & Chinese

  • Feb 19, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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Photo category this month is "Industrial" Please bring your photos that fit your interpretation of Industrial Photos.

We will meet for Chinese food at 6 pm (You are responsible for your food and drink) We will start reviewing photos approximately 6:45 to 7:00. 

After dinner we will share everybody's photos.

Bring a maximum of 5 of your best photos on a flash drive.(Please label them with a "Title" "Your Name" "Level" i.e. B I or A (beginner intermediate or advanced)

Photos will be judged and awards will be given out.

You can participate in beginner, intermediate or advanced level.

Photos will be critiqued for suggested improvements.

Guest speaker to be announced. Topic is "Basic Composition". 

You don't have to be a shutter bug to come to our event. You can just come have dinner and enjoy the work of others.

Must be 18 to attend.

We ask for an optional $1.00 donation to help pay for awards, paying for the guest speakers meal, and website. 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Is there a book which is considered to be a good book for beginning photographers on composition?

    January 17, 2014

    • Venkat S.

      Hi Cyndee, I like "Understanding Exposure" by Bryan Peterson. I liked the way the author shows a picture, talks about under what light conditions he took it and uses it to teach about various apertures/shutter speeds. This book was originally written for film cameras - so most of the photos were shot under ISO-800. Today, most digital cameras can easily do ISO 3200 and DSLRs like the Canon 5d/6d can take usable images even over ISO 25600!

      February 20, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Thank you for the information. I am going to the library today to get this book. Thank you cyndee

      February 21, 2014

  • Debbie

    Had a great time learning and meeting everyone.

    February 20, 2014

  • Angela

    It was fun and informative.

    February 20, 2014

  • Cameron T. W.

    I'm sorry I can't make it tonight. See everyone next time.

    February 19, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thank you...for the recommendation. I will travel to the library and see if I can find the book. I also, found the book"Photographically Speaking" by David duChemin.
    It has a great vocabulary list as well as excercises you can try to develop each element.

    February 15, 2014

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