The San Luis Obispo Digital Photography Group
serves the general San Luis Obispo County areas of the California Central
Coast. We are a Special Interest Group of the SLO Bytes PC Users Group; SLO Bytes
Our meetings are normally held on the second Sunday of each month at 2:00 pm.
The members are digital photographers and
Notes from the Meeting of 08/09/2020
: Artistic Growth Two; Learn a new skill for use inside or outside the camera and present it to the group.
The meeting took place via Zoom
Showed the Links Page at https://slobytes.org/digital/links.html
He called attention to
How do pixels and dpi and resolution and picture size and file size relate?
His own slideshow, Kayaking in the San Juan Islands
Sutter opened the session by playing his San Juan Kayaking Slide Show
followed showing how he used the Sketch feature in Adobe Photoshop to create drawings from some of his seascapes
first showed how he fused several slides together with his scanning program, Powerslide 3650
He then demonstrated the numerous configurations possible for magnifying displayed image with Microsoft's Magnifier
, a feature of Windows 10 built-in
demoed the audio compression program, Switch
by NCH Software, using it to compress audio files without noticeable loss of clarity.
experimented with low angle photography and adding texture to images by creating semi-transparent layers in Adobe Photoshop
tried out a 10X adjustable neutral density filter, using it to extend the exposure time when shooting. With the longer exposure time, he then tried light painting and wave flattening.
shared high quality photos of Yosemite that he shot in 1967
: Sunday, September 13th, 2020@ 2:00 pm
The topic once again is Artistic Growth now Phase Three
Learn a new skill for use inside or outside the camera and present it to the group. The meeting will take place via Zoom
A Zoom invitation will be e-mailed to Photo Group members shortly before the meeting.
The meeting schedule for the remainder of 2020 is as follows
See the Links page for tutorials and other resources