My efforts to keep our family photography club have been a little hit and miss with everyone so busy. We did spend some time recently learning about how the lens works. We looked at a couple of examples from Ansel Adams where he replaced the lens with different diameters of pinholes. Then he used a convex lens with the same subject, an old barn. We saw examples of how light travels through flat, concave and convex lenses.
While this is all very interesting, and I believe helpful; how the camera works can be a little dry. Maybe that is part of why we’ve been having such a hard time making time for photography club. I’ve been going through my old college photography text boo, but I’d like to get more hands on. Any suggestions? Maybe the text with photography challenges?
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