From time to time we all need to be reminded of the basic functions of our DSLR cameras.
Knowing your camera and the wide choice of lenses available allow us as image makers to create stunning images; or as Bob would say, a mistake either by the maker or the camera can create an outstanding picture which we will probably never get again.
The slide presentations made it much easier to visualize what is needed to accomplish an image makers goal of a better image.
Both Sue and Bob added humour and wit to make the presentation anything but dull.
The club members added conversation to the workshop which gave a feeling of comfort and participation for those who are more likely to hang back.
As a club member I enjoy when one of our own shares their knowledge in a way that we all can understand knowing that they will be there at the next meeting should one need to ask for a refresher when one needs to ask that question that they forgot to ask.
I am sure you all would agree and on behalf of the club I would like to thank Sue and Bob for a very delightful fun filled evening of learning about our DSLR cameras.
A camera works best when you the image maker presses the button wherever it is.
Contributed by Jdl