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Exercise: Colour cast and white balance

Light as we know is made up of a spectrum of colours (red, organge, yellow, green, etc) which, when in equal amounts give light the appearance of being colourless.   615 more words

Digital Photographic Practice

Tweaking the Sony RX100 Mark II Video Performance

I am currently in Malta for few days relaxing and I manage to squeeze in some dives. The Mediterranean sea is nothing sensational (from a pure diving point of view) but does offer clear water, and some brisk thermoclines, and a combination of algae, blue water, caves and silvery fish that is challenging on the dynamic range of our little RX100. 498 more words


Food Photography, Day 11

It’s White Balance (WB) settings on the camera today.

I learned a lot during this lesson. I’d never explored this setting, usually defaulting my curiosity to the ….erm… default settings. 175 more words

Food Photography

Rainy day lavender and white balance

My poor lavender isn’t doing very well and I’m sure it is going to love getting a drink in the rain today… i was looking at different white balance while there was no direct sunlight, the difference between cloudy and shade settings. 64 more words


Flash and burn

I’ve been working hard this past couple of weeks to master flash photography for fun and profit. I’ve invested in light stands, a shoot-through umbrella… 825 more words

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Exercise: Tungsten and Fluorescent Lighting

This exercise opens by asking me to compare the outdoor light at dusk to the indoor lighting. This is done by looking out the window for about one minute and then turning and looking into the room. 353 more words

Part 4 - Exercises

August 2014 Meeting Beginner’s Digital Photography SIG

SIG Leader: John Krill #3160

We had 8 members at the meeting.

Youtube Video Of The Month

The video, Crop Sensors vs Full Frame – Crop or Crap? 938 more words

Meeting Agenda