Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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How can I explain focal length to someone who isn't into photography?

Context So my friends and family are curious about how far my lens can reach. I usually explain with focal length and show them a few pictures. Question Is there any easier way to explain what ...
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How to help other people take good pictures with my camera?

Assume that we are at an event where full auto will create an ugly picture. I am the only one who brought a camera along. I set the camera at something not too demanding - a workable ISO, a ...
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What are good/memorable Photography Society topics or events?

I'm a member of the QUB PhotoSoc and trying to plan next years agenda. Unfortunately few of our exec have attend other photography societies and with the society being quite young we are stuck with ...
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Where can I find a video clip of a mechanical FP shutter in operation?

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Ideas for a talk on exposure

In a couple of weeks, I'm giving a talk to my church photography group on "The Basics of Exposure". I'm trying to educate people on the very simplest principles of exposure. After the talk, we'll ...
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Tips for leading a photowalk?

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How to teach photography?

If you'd were to teach photography, how would you start, and why? Would you first teach camera usage, then composition, then exposure? Or would you start with composition without a camera, then ...