The Education meeting next week will include the following.
Hope to see lots of you there.
The programme this time will be as follows:-
We will again have a section devoted to the SIGs – Elements will always be one of them and this time I thought we could start up the B&W group as they haven’t had an initial meeting. There may be an ipad meeting as well. If any of the leaders of the other groups wish to have a meeting please let me know and I will arrange it.
As well as this there will be the slide show of the macro photos taken for the assignment from last month. Gary Wilson has some amazing photos that we will try and have a look at as well – it would be helpful to have the shooting info on hand too.
For those who are not in the SIGs listed above perhaps you could get together with others in your groups like landscape and discuss technical details of shooting in various conditions etc.
Bring your cameras everyone and go outside and try various settings for different types of shots . Try some HDR and maybe even have a go at photo stacking. Also try taking some portraits in the hall with the sitters by the windows to get the light and see how they turn out.
All in all a lot to do so make sure you come to the meeting and I look forward to seeing you.
Gavin is giving a talk on publishing your photos in the media and watermarking your photographs. If there is any time left over then we will have a discussion with Les on photographic techniques.
The first part of the meeting will be a presentation by Les McLean on using ‘dodge and burn‘ in Photoshop. This will be followed by a practice session for us to try motion, zoomba and bubble shots
Contacts for SIG groups:
TABLE TOP FUN TONIGHT
Bring your camera. If you have a flash and a tripod, bring them too!!
This will be an enjoyable social and “hands on evening” of shooting some
interesting and creative subjects.
We will be doing macro: motion blur and some abstracts.
BRING YOUR CAMERA and a tripod !!
The first half of the meeting we will finally be going over the submissions for cropping and critique. Open discussion.
The second half of the meeting will be hands on with our cameras. Candlelight displays will be set up.