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SCHEDULE FOR THE UPCOMING TRAINING NIGHT

26th March 2019

Session One: 6pm until 7pm - Photo Critique...
Session Two: 7:10pm until 7:50pm -  Topic:  Mounting your own Photos on Mounts etc. presented by Lynn Craggs
Session Three: 8pm - 9pm Creating a Starburst  and Being Creative in Photography.

Everyone is welcome to attend one or two of the the session or if you want, attend them all. Session are held upstairs in West Diggers, we look forward to seeing you there...

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Photo Critique - Session One

We need to start at 6pm sharp as we have a lot to discuss in a short period of time.

If you have a photo that you want to get a feel of what others think about it, then bring it to the photo critique.

All you need to do is print a hardcopy (don't mount it but print at least a 5 X7 inch or bigger.) Then put a digital copy onto a USB stick and bring both to the session.

Your image will be handed around the group and everyone will get to write a comment on it. It will then be projected, you can tell us your concept behind creating it and then the group will discuss it.  This is a fantastic way to get a feel of whether you are on the right track with your image creation.

Session Two- Mounting Photographs, Making your own. 

Presented by Lynn Craggs 

How to mount your photos for competition and possibly for framing. Come along to see how easily it may be.
 

Making a Starburst - Session Three.

Definition,

May 2019   Star Burst – one image – The WAL TROPHY – ONE Digital Image Only.
Starburst describes something (such as a pattern) that resembles diverging rays of light. A starburst is the result of light diffraction. The technique for shooting successful starbursts is to use a narrow aperture such as f/22 and a relatively wide focal length like 18mm. With a narrow aperture, the blades inside your lens close down to create a very small opening for light to pass through. This narrow opening creates a slight diffraction or bending of the light, which causes a point source of light to become a starburst shape when it hits and is recorded by the camera’s sensor.
For this month there will be the extra Class of Creative, adhering to the same Rules as Colour and Mono.

A little knowledge on Starbursts and being Creative in Photography
 

 

We look forward to seeing you at
the Training Night.
Any question please forward to Tony Green.



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