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P&S Cameras Generally Don’t Have Options On Them For Controlling Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO, Etc.

Step 5: Taking Better Pictures The only way to take better pictures, is to take more of them. But the main reason we want them, is they take better quality pictures, and you can control the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO among other things. Maybe RAW would be less effort… More mega pixels does NOT mean a better picture.  Thanks for pointing that out. Check out what kind of memory card the camera takes, and how much the cards cost.

12, 2015 All-Star Floor Hockey – Congratulations to our two All-Star Floor Hockey teams, both of whom claimed a spot in the post-season tournament. Our Girls 14&U Stars finished in first place and will host the Billerica BGC in a first round match-up. Meanwhile, our Boys 13&U team finished in third place and will travel to the Watertown BGC for their first round game. For information on our travel sports program please contact Bruce Seals ( bseals@bgcdorchester.org ). Media Arts Center – The 4th floor of the McLaughlin Center houses our Media Arts programs which include our Fine Arts, Music, and Film & Photography programs. Each core program area offers drop-in opportunities during the afternoon and enrichment classes/lessons in the evening. Programs include Music lessons, Photography classes, Painting, Sculpture, Beatmaking & Recording, our Museum of Fine Arts Sampler Class, Film classes, Teen Arts, Ensemble, Design 101, and more. Look for our Fall Arts Bash to be held on 12/16. The Music & Film/Photography programs serve members ages 10 & up while the Fine Arts program covers ages 5 to 18. For information on these programs please contact as follows: Music – Ayeisha Mathis ( amathis@bgcdorchester.org ); Film & Photograhy – Sam Stockwell ( sstockwell@bgcdorchester.org ); Fine Arts – Jessica Hulslander ( jhulslander@bgcdorchester.org ). Multi-Cultural Night – On 11/17 we will host our Annual Multi-Cultural Night event at our Denney Center Unit located in Harbor Point.

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You will keep a daily journal about your time on the trip and upload this to a World Nomads travel journal (minimum 200 words per day), including pictures you’ve taken. On your return you will work with Richard I’Anson through the editorial process to shortlist your top photographs and colour balance to achieve professional looking shots. What the judges are looking for This is your chance to showcase your photography talents and unique perspective. The aim of the scholarship is the give the winner a foot in the door to the travel photography industry, so youll need to convince us that you are the best person to send. Your photo essay should showcase your: Originality Ability to convey a story through photos (and their captions) Excellent technique *Note: Should your entry reach the final round of judging you will be asked to supply the RAW file of each photo for comparison with your submission (these may also be published online). Who can apply?

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