One of the most dramatic night-time photographs you can take is a great moon shot. It's surprisingly difficult since the moon is constantly moving and you can't use those long exposures that many night photographers enjoy. FPZ member blackcloudbrew shares a few tips on how to prepare for your moon shot and how you should set up your camera, along with a few samples. Also, for the tech-inclined, the discussion mentions a few smartphone apps that just might help you out on your next shoot.
Ever wondered how to add a watermark to your pictures? Kelowna Artist has posted instructions to help you do just that.
Star Shooter implements culturally adaptive and client-centered workshops to children aged 8-18. The mission is to equip children with a tool for expression using photography and allow them the opportunity to discover the “star” within themselves. Workshops can be conducted with an individual or in a group setting. The child will learn digital photography techniques using a camera, mac computers and adobe photoshop software. A culminating project will be assigned for the child upon completion of a class.
FPZ is proud to bring attention and awareness to this great cause, and encourage all our members to help in any way they can.
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