Macro Boot Camp – Pewaukee, Wisconsin

Posted: June 11, 2017 in Uncategorized

Macro Boot Camp

If you sign up in the next 7 days you can save $50. Just use the word – macro – in the coupon code for the discount.

Holiday Inn Pewaukee Milwaukee West
N14 W24140 Tower Place
Pewaukee, WI 53072

September 9th and 10th, 2017

Saturday 10am – 5pm   Sunday 9am – 1pm.

Cost $199

The “MACRO BOOT CAMP” is two days of in depth learning and fun. You will need a camera, macro lens, tripod, as you will be shooting in the classroom. It is for the beginner to the intermediate photographer wanting to learn more about the macro / close-up world.

Covered in the Macro Boot Camp:

Cameras / Lenses / Tripods / Heads / Accessories.
Controlling light with diffusers, reflectors, and LED lights / working with natural lighting.

Depth of Field
How to control depth of field with f/stops and special techniques / focus stacking with Helicon Focus.

Composition
Learn how to compose properly / finding character in nature / elements of design / textures
contrast / lines / light / visual weight / learning to work camera angles for blurred backgrounds / Two Subject Compositions / What not to do when composing.

Finding Good Subject Matter
Learn when, where, and how to fine good subjects through out the four seasons.
How to shoot macro indoors.

Post Processing
Learn Mike’s post processing techniques using photoshop, Smart Photo Editor, Nik Software, and Topaz software programs.

Website click here
Macro Workshops click here
”Macro Online Course click here
”Creating Art With Macro E-Book click here
Comments
  1. elizabeth shane says:

    Hello Mike:

    Last week, one of my photos won the Photograph of the year at the Teaneck Camera Club of New Jersey, see attached. I thought you’d appreciate seeing it since it was shot at your Unique Photo Marco Boot Camp a few months ago.

    The Nautilus shell you provided was so beautiful and inspiring; what a fun experience. The question at the end was “to crop or not to crop.” I shot the full shell, filled in the missing piece and then ended up cropping as you can see… it was more effective as a close up.

    Thank you and I appreciated learning at your workshop.

    Enjoy!!! Elizabeth Shane

    • Mike Moats says:

      Elizabeth, I do get a lot of photographers that shot that nautilus shell in my workshop email me saying they won a competition with that shell. It’s a great subject. Glad you had some success with it.

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