Meeting – Applied Photography SIG – September

When: Tuesday, September 1, 2015, 7:00 pm
Where: Drummond Twsp Hall, 1920 Drummond Concession 7


We are starting the new season off with a discussion on the Different Shooting Modes on our cameras, a theme that was requested in the survey. While we understand the Automatic modes grasping the Manual modes and how they work with each other is a bit more of a challenge. Our goal is to make these settings clear in the hope that you will feel comfortable using the modes that you are not so familiar with. So whether you use just the automatic modes or stick to one of the manual modes there will be information for everyone plus members are always willing to share their thoughts. With the information shared it is our hope that using the cameras’ different settings, many of us will start to feel more confident in switching our modes around a bit more.


To help make things even clearer, René will be sharing his knowledge of the Exposure Triangle. Learning how to balance Aperture, Shutter Speed and the ISO is an absolute must in order to produce an image that is exposed properly and appealing to viewers. You might want to bring a note pad and pencil to jot down some points for future reference.


Yes, this is sort of like when we were all back in grade school and were asked to share with others our summer holidays. This is a great time to share your images and we would really like to know some of the data of the shot such as the camera settings and any post processing you did. Please limit your submissions to three (3) images.
Please send Linda your image by NOON on Tuesday, September 1st
Please label your images with your name and a number (ex. Linda 1)
If sending photos via e-mail is a problem please bring them on a jump drive to the meeting.
Look forward to seeing you on September 1st

Directions from Perth:
Drive 9.5 km (from Blair’s Furniture Store) East on Hwy 7; Turn left onto Drummond Conc 7 Road;
Drive 1.1 km, Turn right into the parking lot of the township building

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