Ok so tomorrow I am going to a local college that is having a weekend of photography (I wish I would have known about this before now). Anyways, one of the workshops is Mylar photo shoot in which I am still trying to figure out what it is? Here is a description. Anyone done anything like this? MYLAR PHOTO SHOOT Two Hour Workshop Fri. & Sat. for N, I, A. Mike Mueller, Bridgeport, MI For the Mylar photo shoot I will be using slide projected images. Yes, this is old school. If you would like, you may bring your own digital projector and images. You can bring your own slides or may use the ones supplied. We will be projecting the images onto the Mylar so you can photograph the distorted images. You will need a tripod, a zoom lens such as a 70 to 200, or a short telephoto lens (works best) and a flashlight. Note the only light in the room will be from the projectors. You may also want to bring your creative mind and imagination. Mike has been an active photographer for many years. He is member of the Mid-Michigan Lensmasters Camera Club, the Southwestern Michigan Council of Camera Clubs, and the Photographic Society of America. SWMCCC has made him an Honorary for his service to the council and PSA has made him an Associate for his service to the society and to photography. He has earned acceptances and honors for his images at local, council and international levels. He has taught community education classes in photography and has lectured many times to various groups. He is past president of SWMCCC and has heldmany other positions within the council.