Last time Mike focused on how to process digital photographs
and made some suggestions on how to store and where to present them.
For this month’s meeting he drew upon his academic training and
years of experience to provide some insight as to what makes a photo
interesting. As he touched upon the key points of perspective ,
angle, balance, subliminal lead in, isolating topics, etc.
he was able to illustrate the concepts by presenting photos from
from his own collection. Mike’s Flickr photo sets can be found at
The presentation was followed by a wide ranging question and answer
session that covered everything from lens protectors and filters to
photo file organization.
The meeting was promoted on the TPC website “Upcoming Events”
and on the TPC mailing list with the following description :
In April Mike Tokue barely got started on his presentation on
Basic Digital Photography before running out of time. For the
May meeting he will continue to expand on his recommendations
of how to enhance the final version of your photos.
The audience is encouraged to participate and to bring their
camera for some hands on case studies.
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