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Date: Thursday October 29th, 2009
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Location: SLC Main Library – 210 E 400 South, Conf. room #4, 4th floor
I am pleased to be able to offer these clinics free-of-charge as a part of Photowalking Utah. Without the support of the Salt Lake City Library and Pictureline, I would not be able to do so. Please help me in thanking the great folks at these organizations for helping the local photographic community.
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Last night while over at the studio doing a bit of organization, I took Elisabeth away from her homework for a few minutes to do a couple test shots with the G11. As I have previously said, one reason I like the G series of point-n-shoot cameras from Canon is the dedicated hot shoe. In addition to its ability to sync with my Speedlight flashes, it can easily work with my studio lighting.
For this shot, I set up a few softboxes and then simply eyeballed the exposure using the G11’s histogram. It took a couple shots before I landed on the settings used for this image.
I have got to say that I continue to be impressed by the capabilities of this little camera. Look for a more detailed write-up about it soon.
Canon Powershot G11 – 1/200 second, f/8, ISO 80