Cameras Computers & Cyberspace

Do you turn green with envy at the photos you see posted in Instragram, Facebook, Pinterest and other social media sites? You may find yourself wishing you could join your friends in their exotic locales, or dream of just the right mixture of light, location and subject. Some of those images may indeed be legit, […]

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The Eloquent Ansel

March 22, 2015

Post by Aperture Foundation.

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Capturing Moving Water

September 20, 2014

The Photo Assignment for the October 2014 Light Painters Meeting is “Moving Water.”  This theme/subject gives us a chance to stretch our slow shutter speed muscles.  It also allows us  to practice the fast shutter speed technique to freeze the motion, but most cameras will do that automatically, anyway. It is quite possible to convey […]

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The Light Painters Learning Center will hold its second ensemble exhibit at the Mattituck Laurel Library beginning with an opening reception on Friday, March 1 at 5 pm. The public is cordially invited to attend for this opportunity to meet the photographers and learn more about the Light Painters.

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Take it from me-I learned the hard way on this score-don’t buy gear or gadgets for your camera kit until you KNOW you will use it. My closet and basement are full of backdrops, reflectors, props, stands any other sundry items that I purchased on a whim in case I ever needed them. Guess what…some […]

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Need help understanding your digital camera? Download this PDF of our popular slideshow about using your digital camera Using Your Digital Camera 2012

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Who found some time this evening as the Harvest Moon rose over the Peconic Bay? This photographer did, but was disapponted that the sky still had too much haze to capture the moon just rising over the horizon. No worries. Photography is about improvising, so I worked with what I had. The thing to remember […]

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Every photographer who gets serious about the craft figures this out sooner or later. All the features of the best camera body means nothing if you don’t have a good, sharp lens. High resolution? Nah, that just uses memory. Better burst modes? Nope, again, more data to take up hard drive storage.  Improved shutter lag? […]

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This last week allowed me to cross two big items off my bucket list-photographically and in the game of life. First, many who know me also know that I can be a bit of a nag during the full/new moon cycle in May and June and I am reading tide tables, watching the weather and […]

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