Sorry- I forgot to include this information in the last post…

Equipment for Sale-
Canon 600 EX-RT speedlight……$200
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT….$175
Canon 16-35mm 2.8 L lens……$500

Contact Charles Bilconish at cbilconish@gmail.com  or 410-228-5818

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Testrite Gallery Wall – Aluminum with 12” top extender and carry bag Dick Blick – $221.88. Asking $120.

Contact Fran Saunders at franeasternshore@comcast.net

Workshops-
April 11-15: Outer Banks II Photography Workshop with Carol Ward and Robert Fawcett
The focus will be to capture the Milky Way along with additional photography concepts and advanced techniques to improve your work.  As part of this workshop, hands-on Post Processing will be covered using Adobe Cloud products that include Lightroom, Photoshop, Adobe Camera Raw and Adobe Bridge.  In addition, NIK will be demonstrated within the workflow along with other Apps for stacking and blending of images. https://www.meetup.com/Maryland-Nightscapers/events/254986725/

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April 6: Digital Photography – The Basics (Art League of Ocean City) with Joe Scukanec
https://artleagueofoceancity.org/event/digital-photography-the-basics-with-joe-scukanec/

April 27: Digital Photography – The Basics (Ward Museum – at the OC convention Center) with Joe Scukanec
https://www.wardmuseum.org/museum-events/joe-scukanec-digital-photography-the-basics/

Description – Bring your own interchangeable lens/DSLR camera and manual to class. Learn basic photographic principles beyond “Auto/Program” settings including shutter speed, aperture, flash and lens selection. The class will include a field session where all students will practice their newly acquired photography skills from image capture to download. A review of popular photo editing software is also included. The day will conclude with a review and critique of student images. Prerequisites – Students must bring their own interchangeable lens/DSLR camera, manual, fully charged camera batteries and laptop computer. Additional lenses and tripod (if you have them). Students are encouraged to bring a power strip or extension cord and extra batteries for wireless mouse.