I'm very excited to mention that we're changing up our Tuesday Tips a little bit. While we'll still feature tips from our members on various scrapbooking, household, or organization related items, we're also going to be featuring tips from our team members and our instructors. What are these tips going to be on? With a variety of instructors teaching a variety of subjects, the sky's the limit! Scrapbooking, photography, Photoshop, Lightroom, organization, I could keep writing all day. The best part is, all of them, if they're in video format (which will hopefully be the case) will be quick, meaning under 2 minutes.
The tips will all be archived on their very own page as well! I'll make sure to post when that page is up and available.
For those who don't know me, I'm Michelle Hedstrom, and I'm BPC's tech guru. Whenever you email admin@ with a technical question, I'm usually the one who gets your question and hopefully am able to provide you with a good answer. What you may not know, is that I'm also a photographer. My tips will consist of aspects of photography.
Please leave in the comments what you think of this new format, and also email us at email@example.com with what kinds of tips you'd love to see!
For the first tip in this new format, here's a quick tip about photographing water. Enjoy, and thanks for watching!
Also markkoh don't call peolpe fucktards or anything else which involves a swear word in the comment thingy and respond to their trolling it just makes you an idiot as well that is all I have to say on that.
great!!! keep those kind of tips coming. they are what I need. really show the differences when comparing the same three scenes at the different shutter speeds.
I like the new format - quick & informative! I've just upgraded to a DSLR, so I'll definitely be making note of the photography tips to try out this summer as we travel around.
Great video Michelle. I remember when I had first gotten my DSLR and had went on a hoiday shortly after. I came across a small waterfall/stream on holidays. I knew that shutter speed would make the water blurred or every drop to show but I couldn't remember which way the number was supposed to go. So I dialed it up as high as I could and as low as I could (still being properly exposed) and discovered low/slow shutter speed was where I wanted it. I was glad i got the shots I wanted and could test it out right there on site and didn't miss my oppourtunity.
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