Macro Photography 2022
Macro Photography 2021 is a stunning workshop that introduces you to another discipline of photography.This requires patience and it is not about walking away with a 100 images. It’s about walking away with 5 really outstanding images that you can be proud of.
2nd-3rd July 2022
COST $250 for the two days
Pete Dobré’s Oz Scapes
BSB 105 144
Acc 031 029 940
Swift Code SGBLAU2S
Routing Number ( USA Banks ) 021000021
Macro Photography 2022 is a workshop where this topic is explored over the weekend . On the 2nd we shoot the subject all day, on the 3rd, you will be taught you how to edit your subjects due to the technique that you are taught on the Saturday. This is an excellent way of learning macro and equally importantly, to have time to be taught to edit and put into practice what you did the day before .
What To Bring
You will need to have a really good tripod and if you have one that can be ground level, that is even better. Please don’t even consider bringing old flimsy tripods as they just will be totally ineffective. You will be wasting your time and money.
What you need to be aware of, when it comes to Macro, the slightest movement going to show up in your pictures.Having a very old tripod that is not sturdy means you will get so frustrated.
Macro Photography 2022 suggest you bring a mat or something that you can sit on, kneel down on as this will make it so much more comfortable for you. There are times when you could find yourself in a position where you’ll be at ground level.
A torch or light from your iphone or andriod will also be very valuable as we will show you have to best use it to get great results.
Your money goes towards the hiring of a venue to teach you how to process your images and Saturdays teaching session.
On the second day you will be inside the venue for much of the day where you will be take through the technique of gaining the highest possible sharpness for your Macro Photography and this is an extension on the day before where you were taught how to shoot.
Once you master the technique in shooting macro, you’ll be hooked as there are so many subjects where you can bring so much detail out. Detail that you may never have realized was there in the first place. It’s been there just waiting to be discovered how by you!!!
On the Saturday we meet at 10.45am at the venue and will go through to 4.30 pm. On the day the address of the venue will be passed onto you as this may change closer to the time depending if the rain is early of late.
Lunch is not included, you need to bring your own lunch or snacks. Bottle water will be supplied along with tea and coffee as this is standard on all of our workshops.
Lets take that ride with Mini Mouse and explore the world of Macro.
Macro Photography 2022 is a weekend workshop where we explore the wonder of things below us. This takes in colour, texture, shape and detail in the world of fungi and what lays on the forest floor. The following pictures is a small example of the fungi that you’ll be shooting if they are present.In the chance they are not there, there aremany other aspects that we will explore together in the Macro field
. A tripod is essential for this workshop.If you need advice on what tripod would be best for this workshop . A good tripod is one that can get to ground level which will open many other shots that you thought were not possible. Macro demands a tripod . Hand holding will never give you the results of a tripod.
Often I’m asked” Do I need a tripod for this shot? My response is, how sharp do you want your images to be” Deep down you know the answer.
Do I need a macro lens to do macro photography? Clearly if you have one , it’s ideal but it is not essential as you can take pics from a macro point of view without the traditional macro lens. An example of this can be found in the images below which was not taken with a macro lens.
Shooting subjects like this, it is never about walking away with 50 images:it’s about finishing the day with a handful of images that you can be very proud of and we are there to help you with your settings and guide you.
When shooting subjects like this, composition is ever so important and often it is easier seeing the picture before you look through the lens. The key to any photography like this is previsualising the shot before you actually take it. Composition will always make or break your shot. I’m there to guide you on that as well, if you need it.
The Second Day
The second day was spend doing post production work on the images that were taken on the Saturday and it is so good to be able to do this and this will be a standard addition to the Macro Workshop.