It's said that anything looks interesting if you get close enough. Well that may be true, but what they don't tell you is that the closer you
get the more challenging it will be to shoot. Join me for a morning of classroom, technical, and creative work and you'll be ready to take on
the world of macro photography!
- Classroom/Technical Training - Cover the techniques and knowledge you need for successful macro photography.
- Hands-On Work - Perform exercises with your camera and equipment to learn, practice, and reinforce macro techniques.
- Creative Shoot - Spend time combining technical skills with your creativity to make interesting photos. We'll have the Time Machine on
hand for water drops, sound trigger work, and burning bulb shots.
Who Should Attend?
To get the most out of this workshop, attendees should be familiar with basic photography
concepts and camera operation. In addition, the following equipment is recommended, but not required (if you do not have one or more of these items you
will be given alternative shooting exercises that will let you work with what you have):
For questions or more information contact Jon Beard at 540-384-0566 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Macro Lens (or extension tube/reversing ring)
- Shutter Release/Remote
- Off-camera Flash