BRAD LOWE loves all things tech related and sharing his passion.

On Thursday the Good Guys Pialba franchisee gave about 15 budding photographers from cerebral palsy group Choice, Passion and Life a shot to be more creative.

Brad had organised camera company Canon to lend about ten cameras stabilized on tripods for the group to use at Urangan.

Happy photographer Joanne Grounds said taking photos was a good way to make her feel happy and the snappy enthusiasm was reflected by James Hamilton.

James said he had taken shots of the "beautiful scenery" which included water, low shots of rocks and high shots of the pier.

But the best ones were taken at night.

Canon account manager Justine Townsend said sparklers had been arranged for the CPL clients to shoot in the dark.

"When it gets dark we're going to do some writing with light...so you can light a sparkler and write your name," she said.

The afternoon and night time activity was the first for the group and CPL photography program co-ordinator Karlie Holloway said it was a "very special" experience.



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