We’ve all seen some wonderful photos that have come from cell phones…and we’ve all seen some bad ones as well….
I wanted to figure out how to make better quality images with my phone, and set about with the help from PSA friends, tutorials, etc., to find out how. I would like to share some of the things I discovered along the way….
So if you want to know some of the features of your phone camera and learn something about Camera Apps and Photo Apps, that’s what I will be sharing…
Hope you can join us on Sunday evening for the seminar…Oh…and there will be snacks !!!
SHOW AND TELL…Bring with you a flash drive with some images you’d like to share and talk about (from any camera)….time limit per person 5 minutes! (See the PGNS Schedule)
See you there!
Due to the weather and low participation, the Clam Harbour Beach field trip has been cancelled.
Photographing Eastern Shore [ Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Park ]
Meeting place: Sunday morning at 7:30 a.m. at TIM HORTON’S parking lot, 84 Main St. Dartmouth, N.S. Release forms to be signed there.
Departure from Tim Horton’s at 8:00 a.m. sharp and go directly to Clam Harbour Provincial Park as low tide is at 11:43 a.m.
For those wishing to go directly to Clam Harbour Beach:
Take Highway 7, turn off at Beach Hill Road… this will take about 45 minutes.
There is plenty of parking on the road before the gate as well as in the parking lot inside the Park. For those wishing to take a light lunch there are picnic tables available.
As usual, take appropriate clothing (windbreakers and hat and gloves). Forecast is a cool day, and it’s often windy on the Eastern shore.
Please send Eugene an email if you plan on attending.
See you there!
Mark Wolfson, retired Vice President of Henry’s, Canada’s largest independent camera retailer is a graduate of Ryerson University Photographic Arts. In his near half century in the photographic business Mark has witnessed extraordinary changes to the equipment, materials and processes that once defined photography. Mark is a passionate photographer who has traveled extensively through many parts of North America, Europe, Asia and North Africa. His photographs hang in homes and businesses across Canada and the USA. Mark has lectured at York University’s Glendon College, Ryerson University, George Brown College, Photographic Clubs and Organizations across Canada.
In Mark’s presentation “Travel” he will tell us how he prepares for a shoot, the wear and gear he takes along, how he photographs people in foreign lands. He will supply us with tips and tricks, take us to some of his special photographic destinations and entertain us with stories of his adventures.
Please note on Monday night we will be meeting in the Museum Boardroom (entrance by the guard station) instead of the auditorium.
You can see some of his work here.