Lots of fun and the opportunity to learn and connect with other photographers!
The Saint Louis Photography Club is part of the non-profit St. Louis Photo Authority®, and is dedicated to providing educational fun for photographers of all ages and experience levels!! We get together for photographic field trips, classes, workshops, and critiques, and we always have a good time! Membership is just $25, but worth much more! The St. Louis Photo Authority® is a 501C3 non-profit group, registered with the IRS.
Join the Studio Creative group for our Thursday evening photo ops. $20 gets you 2 hours of fun, experience working with lights and people and some great photos for your portfolio! Check out the photos on the studio-creative.org site!
Your camera has three controls to help you get the exposure you want and the look you want your photo to have. Aperture is one of those three controls. We'll show you how:
• The lens you use controls the range of apertures available
• How the aperture you choose affects what is in focus
• The best aperture to use for shooting in low light
• To get the most out of your current lenses.
Bring your camera and lenses for some serious learning and a lot of fun!
Spring is in full swing and this WILL be another great day for an owl adventure in Forest Park with the friendly Mark Glenshaw (regardless of the weather)! Unusually entertaining and witty for a dedicated naturalist, Mark's interest in and enthusiasm for nature and owls continues to burn strong as we enter this 14th year of his documenting of this family of great horned owls. I first met him back in 2009 when I did my first Forest Park 365 project (forestpark365.com), and he has some great stories to tell of nocturnal adventures and owl behavior. Be sure to bring your camera and a telephoto lens as there will most likely be some great opportunity for capturing some really great images. Sign up soon, though, as space is very limited!
Check out this article if you want to learn more about a really great guy and his appreciation of the wonders of nature!
An introduction to the Darkroom for film photographers! Bring a roll or two of exposed Black and White film and we will walk you through the entire process of developing it. Learn about:
• Developing tanks - plastic or stainless?
• Developers - which developer should I use?
• Stop bath, fixer, clearing agent, washing, drying and storage
• How can I view my photos?
All chemistry and tools provided!