Monday, September 30, 2013

AFBA Photography Camp

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11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the wonderful and very thorough write-up. Delicious food, great people, and valuable information all in one day! I had the same dilemma as you did; two great instructors to choose from presenting at the same time. Unfortunately I had to miss Peter Tsai and Mary Helen Leonard's classes, but there is hopefully next year!

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  2. This was an awesome recap. I'm printing it for my notes and practice of what we learned =)

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  3. What a perfect post to capture the days events. Thank you so much for taking notes on the classes I did not get to attend. I agree the ones that I did get to, were extremely informative. Gorgeous pictures btw.

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  4. Awesome recap! I was sad to miss the camp, so I'm bookmarking this. :) Thanks!

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  5. Great recap! I'm glad you enjoyed the day. I learned so much! And might I say, your photos look lovely...

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  7. Thanks for the shoutout! For those that missed my class, I blogged about it and made all the slides are available complete with voiceovers, at the following location:
    http://www.petertsaiphotography.com/blog/2013/10/13/which-digital-camera-is-right-for-me-2013-comparing-mirrorless-dslr-point-shoot-and-camera-phones/

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    1. Awesome post, Peter! Thanks so much for sharing that info. Can't wait to dive into it more fully.

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  8. This is a brilliant, first-class gallery you have here, I also had one key take-away from this, the order in which to approach the settings: shutter speed first, then aperture, then so on.

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  9. Different people capture images for a lot of motives, assorting from over-romantic incentives to extremely convenient anxieties. I like all such photographs.

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