The series of members-only events we’ve been holding at the museum have been very effective in developing programs. And I can’t help but adding – really, really fun. The intimate nature of the events attracts those truly interested experiencing something new, and for those people we will pilot any program they wish.
This week we are interested in celebrating the desert through photography. I’ve always wanted to test out that mysterious P setting on my own little point-and-click. The volunteer who led our elite group through the camera basics implied something I’d never thought of: once you know how the “cloudy” setting manupulates the camera, you can use it anyway you want.
The last couple of days have been an extended trial-and-error session since Saturday’s photography event. I have two goals: capturing colors and telling a story in one shot.