Join Terryl Best Lawrence in the 3rd of this four-part photography series for Paparazzi: The Art of Public Exposure, @ the Hobe Sound Public Library, Saturday, March 18, 2-3:00 p.m.
Terryl Best Lawrence is a professor at Digital Media Arts College, Boca Raton. This Chautauqua South event is sponsored by the Friends of the Martin County Library System.
On Saturday 3/11 we had two great students from South Fork High School present a program on Pinhole Photography at the Hobe Sound Library. If you are unfamiliar, pinhole photography is a lens-less type of photography where a light-proof object is turned into a camera. These cameras can be made from virtually anything; it just needs to be light tight. Through a small opening (aperture) light passes through the pinhole camera and projects an inverted image on the opposite side of the box.
Check out a couple of the pinhole cameras in the image below. One was made from a tea box and the other from a book.
In the below image, you can see how a setting in iPhone was able to invert the photo taking it from a negative to a positive.
Do you enjoy photography, have an interest in movie making, want to learn how to make the most of the technology you use in your day-t0-day life? Check out Martin County Library System’s idea labs! Idea Labs are spaces to create, connect, and explore through technology. Check it out today!
Open Lab Techie in Residence @Hobe Sound idea lab
Come visit Hobe Sound’s idea lab!
While the lab is open all hours the library is open, some hours offer the assistance of an idea lab specialist.
Come visit on Wednesdays 6-7:30 p.m. to get expert assistance with your tech projects @Hobe Sound Public Library idea lab.
Help will be offered on a first come first serve basis and we will even take the opportunity to get you scheduled for additional one-on-one help appointment if needed.
Martin County Library System’s 3rd idea lab opened at the Elisabeth Lahti Library in Indiantown FL on Saturday, July 9th. This idea lab invites users to get hands on exposure to create, play, work and connect with technology while serving all ages and members of its community. Check it out!
Join us at the Robert Morgade Library on Saturday 8/6/2016, from 2-3:00 and check out our flight simulator. The flight simulator has been operational for a year and a half. Since then, 28 students have attended one-on-one sessions with our resident simulator flight instructor and have experienced what it is like to fly an airplane.
Visit the Robert Morgade Library to check out the flight simulator and meet some of the students. Watch a short aerobatic demonstration and time permitting, get a chance to sit at the controls yourself.
Robert Morgade Library, Saturday August 6, 2-3:00 p.m.
*No registration required.