Event: Light Painting Outing

Light Painting Outing
Nov
19

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Facilitators: Susan Breau and Karen Cunningham

Light painting adds an element of uncertainty, a touch of the experimental. It demands creativity, is short on predictability. It’s an adventure, and it’s fun. Light painting results when a hand-held light source—usually a flashlight of some type—is used in a dark room or outdoors at night to illuminate a subject. When you make a light painting, your camera’s on a tripod with its shutter open for a timed exposure while you walk around and illuminate parts of the scene or subject with the light. Dave Black We have a great location scoped out and are working on getting an antique car to compete the setup! Date: Saturday Nov 19 2016 Time: 6:00 pm Cost: HCC Non-members: $25.00 payable at event Suggested Equipment:
  • Tripod is a must due to longer exposures
  • Timer if you have it  (exposures longer than 30 seconds)
  • Flashlights – small to large
  • 50mm lens for small vignettes
  • Wide angle variable lenses 50 up to 200mm max
  • Boots as the grass may be wet
Outing Address: 708 Caithness St E Caledonia, ON N3W1E3   Where To Meet: There is a large driveway off of McClung Road. How many participants">screen-shot-2016-11-16-at-11-09-36-pm How many participants: unlimited

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About Karen Cunningham Currently using a Canon6D, I like to photograph a variety of subjects including wildlife, landscapes, sunrises, sunsets and macro.   I am always open to learning new things and joining the Hamilton Camera Club has given me the opportunity to meet new people and push me to explore other aspects of photography.
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