Saturday January 25th, 10am-3pm • Hunt’s Melrose
Instructor: Emily Hojnowski & guest instructor
Featuring hands-on instruction to create abstract macro!
Recommended prerequisite: Basic knowledge of your camera
Group Size: Limited to 12 attendees
Too often we feel that our photography comes to a halt during inclement weather. However, there is ample opportunity to make use of our creativity while staying indoors. Many household items– cut flowers, books, antiques, jewelry, and glassware– all make for wonderful subjects while using natural window light. Every table in your house can become a landscape of opportunity with some imagination and creativity.
In this workshop, we will emphasize working in macro to create abstractions. We will spend our day creating a variety of set ups, unique macro scenarios, and learning about the use of light and light modifiers to change effect. We will cover exposure, composition, how to use macro lenses and extension tubes, how to set up lighting, how to use light modifiers and more!
A macro lens is strongly recommended for this class. Don’t have a macro lens? No worries! We can certainly provide you with options to use. Please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org after registering!
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