Macrophotography Workshop: Aug. 13

Macrophotography involves making images of flowers, insects, household objects … almost anything with detailed texture, parts or structures not normally visible or easily viewed.

Everyone with a camera can explore the small world, says David Bee. And regardless of the weather outside, you can photograph close-up macro images with just a few inexpensive items.

David will demonstrate a macrophotography set up and explain how to plan and capture images of tiny things, like his lovely flower photo above.

Workshop topics include:

  • Equipment
  • Techniques
  • Lighting
  • Subjects

Join us indoors during the hottest part of the summer and learn about making macro images.