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Members can share their own tips and secrets here....no responsibility taken for effectiveness.
The following are various sites where members have had a good experience. Members own responsibility when dealing with any of the following.
Note: Be aware it is typical marketing where the free bit leads to lots of offers and requests to sign up for more detailed courses.
Matt Kloskowski offers a variety of video tutorials and training courses. How to get the best photograph, and processing using Adobe, Lightroom, Photoshop, Bridge and Topaz. There is also some free stuff. MATT K WEBSITE
He offers Goolwa Camera Club members a discount of 10% on his courses - enter Discount Code - Goolwa
There are many fine photographers in the world. Vieri Bottazzini is one that is well worth a look at and he runs workshops for anyone interested. VIERI BOTTAZZINI WORKSHOP
Vieri's website has many good articles that are very informative and helpful.
Lightroom Queen offers tips, tutorials and free newsletter for Lightroom Users. Worth a look
A very useful link with information about filters.
PhotoAustralia Channel on Youtube. Presented by club members Brad Hodge & Grant Petras - tips and guests for all photographers. There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around and learn. We hope you enjoy the channel.
We all accumulate too much gear over time. Sell it here. Email info to firstname.lastname@example.org
Available in Circular or Cokin Style.
What does it do?: A neutral density (ND) filter reduces the amount of light that enters a lens, thus restricting the amount of light that reaches the sensor and changing the exposure settings that are required. For example, often used to give the milky water effect. ND filters are available in a range of strengths or densities.
CPL (or Polarising in the case of Cokin style filters) are used to reduce glare on a photographic subject, not unlike what polarising sunglasses do.
There is a lot of choice across a huge price range, so buyer beware.
In the case of the Cokin style (square plate with holder) you go from ebay nameless to Nisi as the most expensive.
The Circular "screw on" style has an even more dizzying offering of options. B&W, Hoya, Marumi are amongst the more reputable brands with price tags to match. Fotga, K&F are your ebay brands that have their fans and then there are the "no names".