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First meet up in 18 months

Last Thursday evening twelve club members had their first face to face meeting in over eighteen months. They met under starry skies in the County Down countryside at Inch Abbey and experimented with a technique called light painting. This involved long exposures measured in several seconds instead of the usual hundredths of seconds. The evening was led by Keith Wilson who shared his experience of this technique with the other members and guided them to taking some stunning images. It involved the use of sparklers, wire wool in a whisk, a light wand and even a cordless drill!

This week’s meeting reverts back to its Zoom format when the images which have been submitted for club Novice competition will be judged.

Use the following link to go to the club website and check on any new developments and the results of club competitions - www.ballynahinchcameraclub.co.uk.














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