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upcomming at the Delta Photo Club

July 1 -- Photo document your celebrations for Canada's 150th! We'll share the photos for the first digital night of the season in September. 

First meeting September 6th. Rick Hulbert presents "Urban Heritage Travel Photography . . . Old Havana, Cuba" Travel photography is the among the most popular of photographic genres, world wide…and urban centres are among the most popular of travel destinations. Rick Hulbert will focus his presentation on illustrating his brief experience in Old Havana, Cuba. This United Nations World Heritage City has been continuously occupied for the past 500 years.

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From member Hilary Sanders:
 
This coming Tuesday 16th May our speaker is Mark Turner ofTurner Photographics.
Our meetings are open to visitors at no charge. We meet at Ladner Christian Reformed Church, 4594 54A St, Ladner, (Just down from the Landing Pub off Ladner Trunk Road) Doors open at 7 - speaker starts at 7:30.
 
The North Cascades, a wild and rugged region in northern Washington, is home to hundreds of species of wildflowers. Some live in the moist forests on the western slopes while others survive tough conditions and a very short growing season high in the alpine zone. Still others live on the drier eastern slopes of the mountains.…
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Posted by Karoline Cullen on May 16, 2017 at 2:32pm

Make a drop shadow (or other) frame in Photoshop

1. edited image in PS

2. Choose rectangular marquee tool

3. place dotted lines (marching ants) around image as desired.

4. Mac:  command C/command V

   PC: whatever you use for copy/paste

5. Choose layers and fx at lower left

6. Choose drop shadow (you can choose others but this is a good one)

7. Layer style screen comes up. Normal or Multiply for mode/360 for angle if you wish frame all around image, I usually keep 'distance' at 0 and play with spread and size sliders. Play with opacity. You can choose colour of frame easily from the palette or by using the eye dropper tool on the image.

Have Fun! Share your results, or message me if you have questions.

Posted by Karen Pacheco on April 29, 2017 at 5:24pm

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