Photography: when the sun goes down, start shooting in the dark
By Jenna Thompson
When the sun sets over your campsite, skip the sleeping bag and grab your camera instead – the images can be magical.
The basics go a bit beyond point and shoot. You need a camera with some manual controls so you can adjust shutter and aperture settings. The shutter controls how long the image is exposed to the sensor, and the aperture controls how much light hits it. ISO settings control how sensitive the sensor is to light. >>>
A hike on Gatineau Park's trails
CARBIDE RUINS REVEALS PIONEER AND INDUSTRIAL HISTORY
By Katharine Fletcher
Photos Eric Fletcher
Pity. That’s because of all hikes in Gatineau Park, this one offers what’s perhaps the most tangible kind of human history. >>>
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