The camera club was back at the Weston Turville hall for the first of this year’s meetings.
Last night it was light painting and Chris suggested we used shutter speeds of around one tenth of a second, ISO around 200 and depth of field around f9. However, the settings could be varied.
We were in small groups and most of the groups were outside but our group decided to stay in the hall. If at half time we had exhausted the different methods of shooting Chris would put on a boiler suit and goggles to spin lit wire wool.
For our group Becca spun the lights for us
But as we were using manual mode it was essential to get things in focus first under torch light.
Then the lights were spun around
May be Valentine’s day is approaching
Then lights were placed around the back of Becca
finally getting it all in the picture
As the others came in we thought it was coffee time
But the time had gone so quick it was 9:45 pm
So after coffee it was time to pack up
And Chris never got to wear his boiler suit lol
Next week is
Imagez Club Night – Drone Photography
Tuesday January 14, 2020 from 20:15 to 22:15
A presentation on drones and drone photography.