4/2/2015 Edit: Currently not seeing enough interest. This will not happen until we see more interest in this workshop. I want to know if you people would be interested in attending if BAR set up an Aquarium Photography Workshop. The workshop would cover: How to take pictures with cheap cameras/ phone cameras. (look at these quality iphone pictures) How to take pictures with DSLR cameras. Limitations and possibilities with our cameras. Useful tools/equipment for taking nice pictures. How to take clear pictures of your aquarium and it's inhabitants. How to deal with color balance. (Ever take a picture of your aquarium and everything is horribly PURPLE/BLUE?) How to take macro shots. (To show all the closeups of folds and tentacles of your corals) How to take pictures of fast moving fish. How to frame/control picture composition. How to post-process pictures. We could bring/setup a temporary aquarium for live demonstration / hands on learning. I can take a decent clear shot of my corals/tank inhabitants but I know for a fact that some of BAR's members are professional photographers. So we could have a mix of amateur and professional photographers teaching this workshop. If we only have 10 people or less interested, this ain't gonna go. If we see a lot of interest, we might be able to schedule an impromptu workshop into our events schedule. How about if we had a single item raffle too? Just to mix things up. Click Yes or No in the Polls.