Hi everyonePlease join us for photo sharing for April. The Set Subject theme is "Diptych", which we hope you have had fun trying out!With the two images combined, you might end up with larger file sizes. The maximum size is 15MB.If you were unsuccessful in combining the two images, come early to the meeting on Tuesday, and we will do it for you. 1. Photo Sharing - Tues 17th April 2018Please submit your photos by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email submission closes MIDNIGHT Monday 16th April 2018.
2. Programs to Use for Combining Two Images
Photoscape: http://photoscape.org/ps/main/download.phpTutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6WSM-126jsPhotoshop Tutorials on how to combine images: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m75D_9JdJLMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWNZ36n7ih0If you were unsuccessful in combining the two images, come early to the meeting on Tuesday, and we will do it for you. 3. Outing - Fire Dancer Details: When: Sat 21st April 2018Time: 430pm - 730pmWhere: Moyo Pier Beach, right of the pier, facing the sea.Cost: R30Tripods essential, plus remote shutter release cables. Dylan, our "model" is both a dancer, as well as a fire dancer. He will be performing for us in the twilight hour, where we will get to shoot him dancing, twirling and leaping on the sand. Once the sun has gone down, and it is dark enough, he will be fire dancing. You will thus be able to shoot two types of scenes, with different settings. 4. Safety and SecurityLast weekend there was an incident at Marianhill Monastery where a group of photographers on a workshop were held up and robbed of their equipment. There was some trauma endured by the photographers, with some loosing family heirloom jewellery. This incident was shocking, made more so as it happened while people were attending church. Having said this, we have to be realistic about living in South Africa. We are always at risk of having our equipment stolen. Although feeling fear and being scared is a valid emotion to feel, it shouldn't be enough to prevent us from shooting and going on outings. Take precautions: 1. Keep your equipment and property insured, and covered for loss. This will mean that you will not "fight" to protect your property, but will be OK with handing it over. 2. Do not wear family heirloom jewellery or clothing that would put you at risk.3. Keep your cellphone on your body (tucked in a bra, or shirt). Perhaps install a panic button or speed dial, that will allow to call for help quickly. 4. Don't stray from the group. Safety in numbers. __________________________________________________________________________
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