Lisa and Tom Cuchara at the Macro Photo Conference

Posted: June 11, 2016 in Uncategorized
Lisa and Tom Cuchara are two of the nine speakers at the Macro Photo Conference . Lisa is the crazy frog lady, and will have some of her exotic frogs at the conference for attendees to photograph.  Other speakers are Mike Moats, Tony Sweet, Rob Sheppard, Donna Eaton, Kathy Adams Clark, Don Komarechka, Ken Hubbard. Bring your camera, macro lens and tripod to shoot.
Sponsored by Tamron and Hunt’s Photo
Ramada Hotel
213 Taunton Ave, Seekonk, MA 02771
(508) 336-8700
Dates: October 29th and 30th 2016
Times: Saturday 8:00am to 6pm – Sunday 8:00am – 3pm
Cost: $199
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Lisa, PhD, HonNEC, and Tom, MNEC, are passionate about photography, both behind the lens and in the digital darkroom. They love to photograph nature. From birds and flowers to babies and HDR, they appreciate the world around them and embrace the challenge of interpreting what their eyes see and their hearts feel via their photography. Tom and Lisa are both very active in many local and national photography organizations. They have had many successful gallery exhibitions and their photographs have appeared in Adirondack Life, Wild Bird, Birder’s World, in calendars, on the cover of the Wolf Conservation Calendar and on the cover of paperback novel. Their images have won awards at the local, state, national, and international levels.  They have presented a variety of instructional programs and workshops (Photoshop, Digital Workflow, HDR, RAW processing, Macro photography, Travel photography, plus fun and interesting travelogue slideshows) at NECCC, PPA, PSA, plus many other camera clubs and other organizations. Check out their photo and editing classes, their photo tours and workshops, and view their photographs at
 Tom and Lisa present,    “It’s all in the Details”
Slow Down, Stop, and Explore the “everyday details” that are all around us. We will talk about our approach to capturing the intimate details of historic and abandoned buildings, urban decay, gears, old cars, rust, etc. We lust for rust. We will discuss technical, aesthetic, and creative aspects of closeup photography. The program will introduce some equipment and techniques used to bring out the beauty and drama of these subjects. The use of a light tent as a controlled lighting setup for a variety of subjects will also be presented.

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