The general idea of our field trips is to congregate in a chosen area with our cameras for a few hours and have a chance to discuss photography (or anything else!) with other members. This allows us to watch how others approach a shot, discuss gear and techniques, ask questions and generally get to know each other. We generally meet at the venue at 10am and shoot until 12 then those who wish to do so gather at the chosen lunch venue. Any queries about our field trips can be sent to email@example.com
The second purpose of the field trip is to contribute to the slide show at the next general meeting. Each person attending can send in up to six images taken that day. These don’t necessarily have to be taken within the two hours – some people come earlier and some shoot in the afternoon as well. If you’re unable to attend the field trip you may also send pictures taken at that site a few days before or after. All image submissions are due by the following Sunday. The slide show allows us to enjoy each others efforts in a non-judgmental way. Play with your images and try out some new post-processing techniques.
When you have your field trip photos ready, upload them through the member database.
To see where our previous field trips have taken us, click on this link or LookBack
Photo is from the Milner Garden website
Our next field trip is going to be a little different and will be in the evening. We will be going to the family festival of lights and music in Milner Gardens on Sunday Dec 15th. The time with Oceanside Photographers will be from 5pm til 6:30pm but you are welcome to stay longer. The grounds close at 8:30. You can walk through the trails that have lots of lights on them. If you want to go inside there is the Teddy Bear Cottage, the gift shop and the tea room each with their own specialty. There is Santa’s den but I am not sure if that is inside or out.
The cost for this event is by donation but they suggest $5.00
Bring your tripods and enjoy some incredible Christmas lights.
This should be a fun time with some very beautiful lights