With spring here and an abundance of insects and flowers to photograph, I’ve been busy! Just like this busy honey bee I captured yesterday:
My Macro Photography course is starting at Georgian College, from May 22nd to June 5th.
The course is 15 hours (9 classroom, 6 in the field) and covers all areas of macro photography. From gear to technical info, composition and all the tricks to take fun pictures like this Dandelion refraction image:
I’ll even have preserved snowflakes on hand!
Here’s the details:
Where?: Georgian College Barrie Campus
Who?: Anyone! No prerequisites, and special lenses are not required!
When: May 22 – June 5, 2012, Tuesday Nights 7-10PM
Saturday June 2nd, 9AM-3PM Outing
Course CRN: #35105
Sign Up: Click Here for Georgian College signup page
I’ll need a few more participants in the course before it can run! It’s a great opportunity to expand your photography and learn all my secrets. 🙂 If you know someone that is interested, please pass the info along.
And for those that simply enjoy the photographs with no desire to make your own – here’s a gallery to browse of some recent images: