For 182 days, Charles Kruvand camped out and photographed the Neches River with a 4"x5" view camera that he always kept handy in the bottom of his canoe. The recipient of the 2010 Art in Service to the Environment Award by the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club, Charles will share photographs from his new book Riverwoods: Exploring the Wild Neches, followed by a Q+A and book signing. Thursday, November 15, 2018 7:00pm - 8:30pm Join us! #SpeakerSeries #HollandPhotoImaging #C
These tips will help you get photographs that are sharper and have more saturated color: 1. Use a tripod.
2. Wait for an overcast or cloudy day.
3. Position your camera's sensor so it's parallel to the most important plane of the flower.
4. Use a shutter speed of 1/200 or faster.
5. Find a flower with a good background.
6. Find a flower that's in good shape. 7. Use a telephoto lens with a short minimum focus distance. 8. Use the RGB histogram to check exposure - NOT the
To increase awareness of the importance of protecting our natural world, the Hill Country Photography Club and Hays County Master Naturalists are sponsoring a photography contest and exhibition. Enter your photos taken in green spaces and natural areas throughout Hays, Blanco, Comal, Guadalupe, Caldwell, and Travis counties. The contest is open to photographers of all ages. Cash prizes include: Best in Show: $100 Best Youth: $75 Best Natural Waterscape: $75 Deadline to enter: