Macro Photo Conference 2015
Sponsored by Tamron and Hunt’s Photo
Mike Moats – Michigan
Charles Needle – Washington
Kathleen Clemons – Maine
John Barclay – Pennsylvania
Clay Bolt – South Carolina
Mollie Isaacs – Virgina
Lisa Curchara – Connecticut
Jillian Bell – Minnesota – Tamron
Plus five instructors
The first Macro Photo Conference was in 2014 and sold out in 20 days and drew photographers from 16 different states,and two provinces of Canada.
We will have Lisa and Tom Curchara’s frogs back this year.
This is a unique photo conference dedicated to macro photography. I’ve always wanted to design a program where highly experienced photographers could come together and teach their skills in macro photography and post processing techniques to those who want to learn and advance their macro photography to the next level. As a photographer, I specialize only in macro photography, and I’m not into other styles of photography. Our instructors for this conference are all accomplished photographers in many styles, but they were chosen for their abilities to produce great macro images.
This Macro Photo Conference will have plenty of how-to lectures and about five hours of photographing with varying subject matter. The speakers and instructors will be available to help participants with composing subjects and technical aspects. The ratio will be 8 participants to 1 instructor so you should not have a problem finding help if you need it. So you just need to bring your camera, macro lens, and tripod, and we will take care of making you better macro photographer.
Along with learning how to be a better macro photographer, John Barclay will demonstrate some of the great post processing programs available to take your images to the next level.
Leading New England photo retailer Hunt’s Photo will be there selling lots of photo products. Tamron will have tech reps on hand with lenses available for you to try out.
There will be a limit of 100 participants, and it should sell out quick.
Location: Ramada Hotel
213 Taunton Ave, Seekonk, MA 02771
Dates: October 10th and 11th 2015
Times: Saturday 8:00am to 5pm – Sunday 8:00am – 3pm