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Reading the Light Meter

 

Fairy Lake Mosaic

Saturday morning early a group of members from the Newmarket Camera Club including me joined  professional photographer Ross Chevalier in Fairy Lake a lovely little park in the middle of Newmarket.  We were there to learn to properly read the light meter in our camera to get the best possible shot.  We learned about exposure compensation and how to read a gray card and how to see light and use it to our advantage when taking photos. It was a great morning and we came away feeling more confident when out and about taking great pictures.

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.   I hope you have a great week.  

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Comments

Sounds like a really fun day, and sunny also.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
ellen b. said…
Sounds like a great outing for a blogger for sure! Have a great week.
Fairy lake....oh, I want to go! Beautiful photos!
What a pretty place to take pictures!!
Vee said…
Nice photos... I especially like the daisies. Anytime that you would like to share your knowledge with us, feel free! ☺
Pamela Gordon said…
I could use a course like that! Great mosaic. I like the huge tree photo. Pamela
Lisa Gordon said…
Sounds like a great morning, and I'm glad you enjoyed it!
Georgianna said…
What a great morning, indeed! And your ever-increasing skill is certainly showing in these images, Val. Well done!
Ingmarie We said…
I would love to take a class like yours. Great mosaic.
eileeninmd said…
Lovely images, I especially love the flowers. I could use a course like this too. Have a wonderful week ahead.
Anonymous said…
Oh wow... I could certainly benefit from a class like this as well. Seems I'm always in such a hurry to get the shot and move on though... silly me... Glad you enjoyed the class!
Catherine said…
I wish we had a camera club here. Fun! Great shots!
xo Catherine
Heather said…
There is so much I need to learn about photography. The local camera club meets on a day when I'm unavailable unfortunately, so I haven't been able to go. Darn.

It looks like you had a great day.
Carol said…
Pretty pictures! Sounds like an informative time in the park. I'd love to get some tips in photography.
Glenda/MidSouth said…
A pretty place to sit and relax.
Thanks for stopping by and nice comment.
That must have been so fun and educational. It is always so nice to learn new things with group of same kind if interest. So wonderful pictures and with perfect exposure.
I've been thinking about upgrading from my point-and-shoot. Then would come the challenge of learning how to use it. A lovely collage and l liked your poppy post too.
-Karen
You got some great shot. It was a great morning and I learned to much. Take care:) Jen
Micupoftea~ said…
Nice Daisy shot...like the tree too :)
Icy BC said…
That is an amazing trip to learn to shoot better photos.

Your mosaic showed them so wonderfully!

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