THE MAIN GOAL OF OUR GROUP IS TO BECOME BETTER PHOTOGRAPHERS. WE ALL TEACH AND LEARN FROM EACH OTHER AT ALL LEVELS.

Active membership includes 30% beginners, 20% established or retired photographers and the other 50% somewhere in between. So all levels are invited. Most use digital point-n-shoot or digital SLR. But nothing we do excludes film/slide users.

We typically spend the first 15 minutes sharing photos we have recently taken - SO PLEASE BRING SOMETHING to share (prints or digital media). And meet some great people who love photography!

In addition we plan on having special outings, photo shoots, training and techniques and other special topics. Often they are local to the Triad or within a couple of hours of the area. Past events have included:

* Printing workshop

* Basic Photography Workshop

* Lighting and Model Workshop

* Downtown Night Shoots

* Overnight Autumn Camping at Linville Falls

* NC Transportation Museum

* Lazy Five Ranch

This group will allow us to exchange knowledge and ideas, mentor each other, take field trips, network, and, most importantly, meet some cool people who share common interests.

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Triad Photography

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  • New Member
    Lex S. Lex S. joined
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  • New Photo Comment
    Katie Katie commented on a photo
    Yesterday

    "Beautifully done!"

  • New RSVP
    Otis Otis RSVPed Yes for Wildlife/na­ture shoot
    Yesterday
    Otis
  • New comment
    Otis Otis commented on Hunt for owls
    Yesterday
    Otis

    "Wish I could make it but will be out of town. I enjoy the Bog Garden but have never seen owls. Has anyone seen owls on Owl's Roost trail in the Watershed area? I've heard but never seen owls there."

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  • New Photo Comment
    Walter H. Walter H. commented on a photo
    Yesterday

    "Mike, I shot mine at 24mm (full frame), but I cropped it for composition. So, it probably was the equivalent of about 35mm."

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  • New Photo Comment
    Mike T Mike T commented on a photo
    2 days ago

    "Settings the same... This is an close crop to show the miss. I know that, when shooting people or animals, one should focus on the nearest eye - but I focused on the tail instead on this shot...."

  • New Photos
    Mike T added 3 new photos to Wildlife/nature shoot
    2 days ago
  • New Photo Comment
    Mike T Mike T commented on a photo
    2 days ago

    "400mm @ f5.6. 1/250 sec, ISO 3200. I took several pics of Mr. & Mrs. Mallard, but about half of them had branches or leaves between me and the ducks. You can see a very blurry green leaf to the left of the first duck pic I posted...."

  • New Photo Comment
    Mike T Mike T commented on a photo
    2 days ago

    "You guessed it... 400mm @ f5.6. 1/160 sec, ISO 3200. This outing was also the first time I had tried to shoot a bird (well, with a camera, anyways). These critters are quick!..."

 
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