Monthly Archives: June 2013

June 2013 Ladysmith Camera Club Newsletter

The June 2013 Newsletter is posted

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4 Essential Ingredients for Great Landscape Photographs

Use this quick mental checklist, and a little  patience, to make sure your images contain the four essential ingredients of  great landscape photographs. by Anne McKinnell Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/4-essential-ingredients-for-great-landscape-photographs#ixzz2XRgTlqCs

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Group Portrait Tips

Art and Daphne Carlyle hand out Group Portrait Tips  from their presentation and the June Ladysmith Camera Club meeting

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Posing Guide for Photographing Women: 7 More Poses to Get You 21 Different Photos [Part II]

by Kaspars Grindvalds If you haven’t read the first article in this series, I would kindly  recommend you to start with Posing  Guide for Photographing Women: 7 Poses to Get You 21 Different Photos – Part  I where we started … Continue reading

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Salt Spring Photography Club Annual Exhibition

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3 Tips for Taking Portraits that Reflect the Character and Spirit of your Subject

A Guest contribution by Hailey Bartholomew from You  Can’t Be Serious Easy to read post with illustrative photos under the headings: 1. Do Something, 2. Move and 3. Have Your Camera Ready. Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/3-tips-for-taking-portraits-that-reflect-the-character-and-spirit-of-your-subject#ixzz2WJ8M61Y6

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Family Portraits Dos and Don’ts ~ Chas Elliott

For a photographer, skills in family portraits are are essential and are usually  the bread and butter for up and coming photographers. Looking at the history of  photography, one of the first popular uses the camera was not for abstract … Continue reading

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99 Extreme Examples of Bokeh Photography

by Daniel Adams The quality of the blur has come to be known as “bokeh”. Bokeh in terms of photography referring the area in the photo which are out of focus light to increase beautiful and dramatic image. The origin … Continue reading

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Unposed Posing: Tried and True Tips for Photographing Families in Natural and Fun Ways

Pose – verb: to present oneself insincerely –  noun: a deliberate pretense or exaggerated display Lynsey Peterson is not a fan of posed portraits. She is not even a fan of the word. Insincere  exaggerated pretense is not how she wants her … Continue reading

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Webinar ~ The Complete Digital Photography Process

Wednesday, June 12th at 9am. Digital Photography is about quality control in your image making. Photographers all have the same goal in digital photography, to create beautiful images with precision tonal control, and simplify the production workflow with predictable and … Continue reading

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