OUR MEETING is tonight April 11  (Tuesday) at 6:00 pm at the NPB Library.

Our speaker is Scott Joshua Dere, who will discuss his landscape photography and his other fabulous work. 


You can view some of his work and learn more about Scott and how he came into photography as a profession at:


For those who have not yet renewed your membership for 2023.  At the upcoming meeting, please bring a check payable to Lighthouse Camera Club for your dues or we will remove you from our email lists and programs.   Please include your email address and your membership application so we can update our records.  The application is here MEMBERSHIP FORM.  If you do it on your computer, RESAVE it with your name_LCC .pdf and send it to

Recap  What’s coming to the Lighthouse Camera Club?  


 What do we mean by “Long Exposure”?.  

  Long exposure refers to a technique where you keep the shutter open for an unusually long period of time. So instead of capturing an image in a split second, you trigger the shutter button and wait – often for minutes or even hours – until the exposure is finished!  Using this technique you can capture lights moving along a highway or along the intracoastal on a dark night, or to capture motion.  Many of us use it for photographing lightning or Fireworks at the 4th of July.  An example, in the picture at left, you capture the movement of the clouds and the water while the rocks remain still.

A good article with tips for using Long Exposure is at the Digital Photography School Website:

If you have particular topics you want us to discuss at our club meetings, please reply by return email to Jeff Ornstein and Dina Biblin (

See you tonight!

Dina and Jeff

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About Photography By Steve daPonte

Florida Native with a love for the sights and sounds around us that are often overlooked. Welcome to Photography By Steve daPonte The world around us is full of images that are dynamic and ever changing with time. Photography captures these little slices of time, moments that pass mostly unoticed and taken for granted in our daily lives. Every photograph a visual story of life and being alive in a glorious world of line, space, color and motion.

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