The Photography Club is going well. There's a lot of people with interests in photography, and we have various skill levels. I enjoyed working with a lot of people last night to show them some programs that they might like to use. We also looked at how they might improve their photographs. We had some still shots that they could take photographs, and try some various camera settings to see what would happen.
The only downside was that I was so busy helping others, that I didn't take any photographs myself. I think the sacrifice was worth it.
- I'm amazed at how well this photo came out for the conditions of low light. I had the ISO at 1600 (the largest for the current camera.), the fstop at 4.0 (the widest for this lens), and a very slow shutter speed. I don't have the information in front of me, but I think it was a 1/13 sec. I have to get back to my desktop computer at home to check that.