Caught in the act during our recent Fall Conference in Tuolumne: OWAC members get down to business!
2021 Fall Conference
So many friends and members came forward with offerings; the raffle table was filled to capacity.
Traveling solo up to and through Yosemite I was hopeful that – as a driver without a plan – I’d get more chances to enjoy random, unscheduled photo stops. Or might there be other complications and lessons along the way?
Glacier Point is graced with some of the most stunning views in Yosemite National Park, with a panorama of peaks, valleys and waterfalls, including the iconic Half Dome rock formation front and center. There could hardly be a more spectacular start.
This is a story about how two fish turned an outdoor writer into the richest man who ever lived at Lake Tahoe.
Take a tour of the new OWAC website and learn how to navigate it to your best advantage. The new site is a dynamic avenue for members to promote their own work and get to know one another. It’s so much more than just a way for us to register new members and collect dues.
Taking better pictures begins with understanding composition. Here are suggestions for composing better pictures: Rule of Thirds – the most basic composing tool used by photographers is the Rule of Thirds. Imagine dividing the camera frame (what you see) into thirds vertically and horizontally. Placing the subject at one of the four places those imaginary
Not taking pictures on an assignment because you don’t have a camera with you is no longer an excuse. Just about everyone carries a camera phone these days. The images taken by today’s camera phones are of higher quality than the film cameras most of us carried 20 years ago. Apple’s latest iPhone, the 11,