Last night I gave a talk at the Ealing and Hampshire House Photographic Society. I had been invited to talk about the basics of photography – to help out some their newer members and then to add something for some of the more established members.
I started with explaining how four basic controls of shutter speed, aperture, sensitivity (ISO) and focus are the keys to photography and then moved to talking about how light is the key to all good pictures. I also shared some views about available light and how photographers need to be aware of the light that is “available to them” and make use of it.
It’s available light if I find it there or can take it with me!If you are a photographer in Ealing then why not pop along to one of their meetings on a Thursday evening, i’m sure they would make you welcome.
A talk for your camera club?
I am fortunate to be invited to several camera clubs throughout the year to deliver talks and some practical workshops. If you’d be interested in booking me then have a look at my camera club talks page for details.