Group BBQ

It’s that time of year again when we celebrate Christmas.
As your group host, I’d like to invite all MMVers to a get-together, Christmas BBQ. It would be an ideal opportunity for everyone to get to know each other and have loads of fun.
I suggest Endeavour place BBQ’s, River St Taree on Saturday 12th December around 4pm. It can be a bring your own affair or a plate. At the park there are free bbq’s, sheltered tables and grass. The Manning River is close by and it is located near the sailing club and boat ramp/car park. There is room to play cricket and other ball games so please bring your play equipment and some table and chairs, etc.
I welcome your suggestions, so please if you could all respond to this post and let me know activities you would like to do, numbers attending, and whether …

Understanding light

I came across an interesting article on the subject of light that really inspired me during the week, so I posted it here thinking our group might like to read it also. As the article states, without an understanding of the qualities of light and utilizing it in capturing our images, we may not be getting the best out of our subjects, that we could.…

Depending on the time of day, light can transform the appearance of surroundings, dramatically emphasizing or suppressing detail, and altering colour and apparent shape.

For the photographer, the intensity of the lighting itself is often the least important factor – it can be measured objectively with the camera’s exposure meter and duly compensated for. But most of light’s more subtle influences cannot be changed by camera settings nor can we

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