A dive into what High Dynamic Range means and how to use it to make better images.
Bring a laptop, your camera, and a card reader or other means of transferring files from your camera into your laptop and download the attached files to your laptop.
I discuss and illustrate (with the aid of a total of 160 slides), my approach to photography under seven subject headings.
A few years ago I was asked to produce a number of photographic illustrations for publication.
Due to the on-going petrol situation Wednesday's coffee morning will be local for most members and will be at Pulborough Garden Centre, on the A283 Stopham Road at 11am
A walk on the wild side - to Climping beach - Past Ford Prison - turn right at roundabout, follow road past garden centre / cafe - turn left and follow up single track road to parking at the top. We can check tides later - but could be an opportunity for some dramatic shots.
Bosham Harbour and stroll onto the harbour.
There is an interesting Gallery there - but it closes at 2.00 Can I suggest those who want to visit meet 1.00; others at 2.00 and then hopefully we catch the sunset/shadows across the harbour !
There is a local car park .
We are back in-person at Thakeham Village Hall.
We are starting a series of sessions on getting to know your camera and making better pictures. A challenge will be issued this time, we will review how you did in the next session in February.
Don't forget to upload your shallow depth of field images to the website.
Meet for 2pm in the Chesswood Room at Thakeham Village Hall.
Iain McGowan FRPS produces his photographic output in what mustbe a fairly large garden shed, so everything which he showed us literally came from the garden shed. This is the third in his series of talks showing prints produced from his garden shed!
Our monthly hints and tips session. Upload your slow shutter images to here: https://www.imageprepare.com/Competition/Competition/347
Bob Webzell has agreed to stand in at short notice (as circumstances beyond his control meant Glyn Edmunds was unavailable) to choose the best print and projected image from this year's club competitions.
Bob is asking for his expenses to be donated to African Flame, and says: