Macro photography can help you take a great portrait of a bee's face or capture the tiny details of a flower, revealing the beauty of the natural world that cannot be seen with the naked eye. Learn how to apply macro and close-up photography techniques to improve your skills rendering miniature subjects. Doug Wechsler, professional wildlife and nature photographer, author, and former director of the largest collection of bird photographs in the world (VIREO), will review and demonstrate the equipment needed to achieve your macro photography goals. Build confidence through individual instruction, daily critiques, and lots of practice in this two-day workshop. This class runs two Fridays, June 2 and 16, 2017, 7am-12pm.
(*This workshop is designed for photographers who have a camera and lens capable of close focus and are familiar with the basics of depth of field, f-stops, shutter speeds, and lighting. Please go to the online description at www.mtcubacenter.org/classes for a detailed list of suggested equipment, or call 302-239-8807 to have a list sent to you.)
Mt. Cuba Center invites PHS Members to attend select programs at a discounted rate. Visit www.mtcubacenter.org to register with promo code "PHS2017" or call 302-239-8807 and identify yourself as a PHS Member.