Fun Photography Workshop at next Photo Club meeting on September 27

      How do you get a nice rainbow flare on your photos like the one shown above?
      Come to the next Lewisburg Photography Club meeting on Thursday September 27 7-9 pm and find out!

      We meet at the usual place–The Village Common.  Directions can be found at http://lewisburgphotoclub.org/meetings/

      At 7 pm Dan Hyde will run a hands-on workshop on Fun Photography.  Dan will show you how to easily make rainbow flares. No, you don’t need Photoshop!  Dan will also demonstrate how to use a 3-inch glass sphere, a 6-inch triangular prism, and a glass pyramid to take creative and fun photographs.  Also, he will share other fun techniques such as how to make your own DIY light stick for light painting.

Bring your camera to have fun being creative!  If you want to do the light painting exercises, you will need to bring a tripod and, if you have one, a cable release.  If you don’t have a cable release, you can use the 2-second timer on your camera.

Remember we have a Photographer’s Clinic before our meetings starting at 6:30 pm where an “Expert” will be available to answer questions about your camera and/or photography.  Though the Photographer’s Clinic is aimed at less skilled photographers, all photographers can stop by and chat.  Bring your camera and ask the Expert your questions about what has been puzzling you. 

After Dan’s Fun Photography workshop we will break for light refreshments and conversation for ten minutes or so then Dan will get us back together for a Critique Forum.  If you wish to participate and have your photos critiqued by the group, please submit up to five JPEG images to Dan at hyde@bucknell.edu by 5 pm Tuesday September 25.  More details on a Critique Form can be found at http://lewisburgphotoclub.org/activities/

For future reference, the theme for October’s Photo Quest is “Animals.”

Have a great day!

Dan

Posted by Dan Hyde

Dan is the Chair of the Lewisburg Photography Club.

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