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Spectacular Iceland in HDR and BAHH October

October 12, 2017: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Join us for a photography presentation by alumnus Jack Poon,'09 (AXP-8) who visited Iceland during the Winter months. This will also be the Booth Alumni Happy Hour (BAHH) for October


Naked Hub
7/F, 40-44 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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Deadline: 10/12/2017


CK Han, '16 (AXP-15)

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Join us for a photography presentation the Booth Alumni Happy Hour (BAHH) for October, including free flowing beer (included in the fee).

Iceland is a photographer's dream due to its stunninglandscape. However, the weather can be notoriously changeable. In Iceland, daylightranges from 4 hours to 21 hours between winter and summer, average gust windcould reach up to 100 km per hour, and a sunny day could become stormy withinhours. How to make the best out of a photography trip with unpredictableweather. Using high dynamic range (HDR) technique,a photographer can make the best out of a trip even when weather is unfavorable.

In this event, Jack will share his photos and tips for travelling to Iceland during Winter. He will explain basic photography technique and the HDR work flow.

About Presenter:
Jack Poon is an amateur landscape photographer for over 18 years. He travelled to various places forlandscape photography. Some of the locations include Iceland, Jiuzhaigou, Huanglong,Zhangjiajie, Tibet, Xinjiang, Yunnan, Inner Mongolia, Daocheng Yading, Guangxi,Dunhuang, Angkor Wat, Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, BanffNational Park, Myanmar, Yosemite National Park, Kenting National Park, YehliuGeopark, London, Florence, Rome, Seoul, and Kyoto.


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