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The Museum of Natural History hosts this event from now through April 2nd. A room will be housed in the museum that will feature live butterflies. As hundreds of butterflies navigate through a greenhouse filled with blooming flowers, you can be among them.
It is hard to capture small objects on camera. Fluttering butterflies is no exception. To increase my chances of getting a great shot of these beautiful insects, I will be bringing several items. While a tripod is useful for stability, these beautiful insects will be moving so I recommend leaving the head free to allow you to turn your camera. To ensure clear images, use a fast shutter speed. You should also consider shooting your images in JPEG rather than RAW mode. This will enable you to take more pictures per second, which increases your chances of getting a good still shot. Finally, be aware of the time of day that you are attending this event. You might get some extra flare from the sun because the event is held in a greenhouse. This could create an interreference or add a unique element to your photos. Can you picture the fiery colours of the monarch against the setting sun in a brilliant sunset? I'm sure I can.
There are many reasons to take my camera to the new science-technology museum. This museum offers a variety of photographic materials, from the modern architecture to the displays inside. Quantum is an exhibit by the University of Waterloo that showcases some of the most exciting technologies in the near future. These new technologies were created by the merging quantum mechanics with information technology, according to the museum's website. The exhibit will make its first stop in Ottawa as part of Canada's 150th anniversary celebrations.
Although the museum was a little quiet about the details of the exhibit, I think there will be many interesting things to capture considering the fascinating intrigue of quantum mechanics. There are many surreal theories that quantum mechanics has brought to light, including the Tom Stoppard study that concluded that all the matter that makes up the human body can be contained in one sugar cube. John Wheeler's study also supports the idea that future events can affect the past. Also, the proposal that both me and you can write this blog. Quantum mechanics is a fascinating field of research. This exhibit will showcase that work with fun visuals..
This March 10th 2018 event, which I bought my ticket for weeks ahead of time, features a party and a parade and lots of beer. The party will include live music, over 30 beers on tap and will take place at Lansdowne’s beautiful Aberdeen pavilion. Although I strive to capture beautiful and intelligent images, I cannot resist photographing people when they are at their best and most relaxed. It is important that I don't plan ahead when photographing events like this. Although it may seem counterproductive, I have learned that photos taken at fun events are better when they are spontaneous and less manipulated. The video feature is one feature I plan to use on my camera. With 6 live Irish bands and a huge dance floor, it's not something I want to miss.