Minutes of the Fontenelle Forest Photo Club February 18, 2021. Meeting
This meeting was a zoom meeting exclusively. About 21 members attended. It began at &:00 P.M..
President Phil Mininni, Presiding
Sheryl Lee our newest member was introduced
The photo contest will be held in the fall. It will be held at Bellevue Univ. or online.
The program for tonight will be a presentation by Peter Carbonelle on Photographing water followed by Lecture 2 Fundamentals of Photography by Joel Sartore on Camera equipment. from The Great Courses.
Photographing water presented by Pete Carbonelle past president and webmaster.
The equipment needed depends on how you want to show the water: silky or stop action. It can include a tripod and ND filters. Also a remote camera release and polarizer may be required. Camera settings and equipment depend on if you want to show the water as silky or in action. If you want to stop the action of the water high speeds are required. If you want to show silky water long speeds are required. Pete showed slides of various situations from waterfalls to slow speed situations and what camera settings he used. The faster the water is flowing the higher the camera speed required. It requires trying different camera settings and practice to determine the best settings. For slow moving water an N.D. filter or polarizer may be needed . Also if the shooting is in bright day or at nighttime settings will change.
In the lecture by Joel Sartore he discussed the different kinds of cameras that are available as well as supplemental equipment such as a tripod and cable release. He also talked about aperture,shutter speed and ISO and the relationship of these 3 settings.
The meeting was adjourned at around 8:20
Submitted by Eric Scholar, Secretary.
Our next meeting will Thursday, March 18. It will be a Zoom meeting. Members who have not received an email invite by March 15 contact the webmaster. We will discuss information for the photo contest. We will view another video with Joel Sartore.
“Water” is our subject for the Forest display.
The photos can be 8×10, 8×12 or 11×14. No mattes or frames please.
Remember to add your name, the subject and the location on the back of each photo you submit.
I have received three photos so far.
For more information please refer to a previous post. http://www.fontenelleforestphotoclub.org/water-for-forest-photo-display/
This is a different video presentation. It is tips for beginners from a beginner.
That is about it for this post. Comment below. Stay safe and enjoy the good weather we are having.