Macro or close-up photography has become increasingly popular in digital photography due to the ability to create extraordinary images from ordinary objects. However, it is fraught with common issues and problems such as depth of field, or indeed getting close to insect species for example.
On this workshop, we cover the overall technique of macro or close-up photography, from basics, through stalking live insects, depth of field, metering, and on to more advanced techniques such as setting up a daylight studio to mirror lock-up.
It is an excellent follow-on to any of the Beginner’s workshops as it teaches the whole workflow or is equally suitable to more advanced photographers.
These workshops are a mixture of classroom theory and field work on the stunning Knepp Wildlands.
Knepp Wildlands, West Sussex
A macro lens or lens plus extension tubes are ideal for this workshop. A 300mm close focussing lens is also useful for larger insects and flowers. A tripod is essential.
Macro and Close-up Photography
25 May 2017
13 June 2017
20 June 2017
18 July 2017
24 August 2017
Payment: Paypal, Credit Card or by cheque payable to David Plummer to be made at time of booking.
Please post to: 8 Orchard Close, Small Dole, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9YA
Booking: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07957 484 737 or 01273 494 753 to book your place.