Bob did a show & tell with respect to a new, fast-growing segment of the camera market, featuring reduced size, weight, and inconvenience of gear, but without sacrificing lens interchangeability and image quality.
Much of your photography work is done on your desktop/laptop computer. Bob described how to keep your computer running optimally with these 3 routines: … Continue reading →
One tool that close-up photographers often use is the ring flash, which surrounds the lens of your camera to give an even, shadowless light to your subject. … Continue reading →
Bob briefly presented the steps to setting up the means of receiving and enjoying podcasts, audio podcasts in particular.
Bob presented 3 utilities that you may want on your mobile device (phone, pda, or tablet), if you have one.
Bob presented a few notes regarding the “square” image format. … Continue reading →
Bob briefly listed 3 things to avoid if you want to keep you images from unnecessarily losing overall sharpness during post-processing.
Bob presented a list of some Christmas gift ideas using your images.
Bob listed/recommended some of his favourite Newsletters as another valuable resource for learning photography. … Continue reading →
Bob presented a few of his favourite podcasts relating to photography and suggested our members might be interested in exploring them.
Bob offered a few tips with respect to the first competition topic this year, Transportation.Continue reading →
General tips for fall colours