A few days ago we worried that rain might wash out this annual Spring celebration at the Reeves Reed Arboretum in Summit, NJ. Dark gray clouds loomed in the sky for most of the day, and as 3 o’clock rolled around it didn’t seem to be getting any brighter out. However, nothing short of rain was going to stop the forward progress of photographic education. Members of our small group all trickled in by 3:30 or so and at around that time, the sun came out of hiding and offered more possibilities for talking about exposure, metering, composition and ISO options. All in all, it was a great day for those who were involved and everyone went home with more experience and photographic knowledge than when arrived. Look for more of these informal mini workshops that we offer. All events are posted on this blog, so check back often!
Enjoy some photographs Kerry shot from Daffodil Day!