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Google Shared Calendar – How to use it

Our new CCC Shared Calendar has many advantages for club members as well as website administrators and our planet: 1. A shared calendar can be viewed by all, including the non-tech-savvy, just like the old text calendar. 2. Tech-savvy members can download the calendar to their own calendar, where it will appear on their devices, … Continue reading

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP – CREATING THE PERCEPTION OF SHARPNESS and CONTRAST

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP no2 20/09/2014 I am putting up these notes on our web page but nothing beats ATTENDING WORKSHOPS and PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE! 1. DOF vs Focus Stacking: (Jim, could you do a short write-up for the Focus Stacking method please?) The exercise allowed you to practice two ways to control DOF (depth of field): … Continue reading

Breakaway River Photographic Adventure

Camberwell Camera Club’s weekend adventure to Breakaway River. In early March, 13 club members and a few very supportive spouses enjoyed a weekend of photography, fine weather, fine wine and great company at Breakaway River, Acheron, near Alexandra. We based ourselves at the Breakaway Twin Rivers Caravan Park which was a great location by the … Continue reading

iPhonography

For those who are into iPhonography there is a fantastic app you should look at. It’s called iObsessed Companion. It gives a whole range of fascinating techniques to allow you to make really interesting iPhone shots. Currently it’s only 99c.

Be Brave and Embrace Beautiful Backlight

By Rebecca Nicolandos There is always great attention placed on lighting in photography and it is a key element in making your photograph becoming a compelling image for viewers. An image that has been carefully planned in terms of lighting will be one that stands out in our minds and one that we would like … Continue reading