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Gary walks us through the website and Snapseed

At last Thursday evening’s meeting of Ballynahinch Camera Club Gary Cowan walked the members through the features of the brand new web site he has designed for the club. Gary is a committee member and has used his expertise to update this vital piece of communication equipment. Suggestions were offered as to how the new site could be tweaked for ease of use and it is hoped that all the features it offers will be up and running in the near future.

In the second half of the evening, Gary demonstrated alternative photo-editing software. Programs such as Photoshop and Lightroom can be expensive to buy and with more and with more and more people using the cameras on their mobile phones, the ability to edit photos on hand-held devices has become a necessity. Many apps, such as Snapseed, are free to download and can have quite powerful features.

At this week’s meeting, the images which have been submitted for Round 1 of the NIPA competition will be judged.

Gary explains all!


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