In love with the intimate perspective afforded by macro photography? Looking to take your own macro work to the next level? While anyone can pick up a how-to book on macro photography or pick up tips from video tutorials, that newfound knowledge won’t take you far unless you know how to apply it to your own photos—and receive guidance on how well you’re applying it.
That’s where Mike Moats’ Macro Mentoring Course comes in. With scores of macro workshops under his belt, this Tamron Image Master, Vanguard Pro, and winner of multiple photo awards and contests has the technical know-how to walk you through the basics: everything from working with depth-of-field and selecting a complementary background to mastering the design elements behind creative compositions (trickier than you might think with macro).
But just as important as crafting the image is learning how to improve upon your results. Mike has the experience to guide you through macro-specific challenges, as well as insight gleaned from years in the field to offer a critique of your work that will help you maximize your macro skills and produce beautiful close-up images of the world in front of your camera. In Mike’s Macro Mentoring Course, you’ll be put through the photographic paces with fun shooting assignments, followed by a professional review of your photos to inspire you, challenge you, and help you further develop your skills.
Mike is even offering a $50 seasonal discount to sweeten the pot: Simply type the word “macro” into the coupon code box when you register. When you sign up, Mike will send you an email within 12 hours with your first session.
Sign up here.  http://www.tinylandscapes.com/mentoring

Finally after 13 years in business I have created a website that will have my images, blog, and storefront in one place.  I will no longer be posting my blog here at this site, so all you subscribers that were receiving my blog posts through your email will no longer get them. There is a small square symbol next to the search box on the upper right side of the blog that you can subscribe to the new blog.  Thanks to all who have followed me here and I hope you continue following on the new website. Just go to http://www.tinylandscapes.com to check out the new site.

Before and After

Posted: July 24, 2017 in Uncategorized
Here is the before image.
I used Smart Photo Editor to post process this image.  Learn how I do my post processing through 28 videos in my

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This poor guy was out shooting sunrise near San Fransisco, and two losers shot him and stole his equipment and car.  It sucks that we have to live in a world with a-holes  like this.
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Fall Workshops

Posted: July 20, 2017 in Uncategorized
FALL 2017
Macro Boot Camp – Holiday Inn, Rockford, Illinois, Sept 16,17, Cost $149
Macro Boot Camp
– Holiday Inn, Barboursville, West Virginia, Sept 30,Oct 1, Cost $149
Macro Boot Camp – Lakes Community Center, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Oct 7,8, Cost $149
Macro Boot Camp – Fairfield Inn, Columbia, South Carolina, Oct 14,15, Cost $199
One Day Macro Workshop – Sterling Hts, Michigan Oct 22, Cost $49
Macro Photo Conference – Crowne Plaza, Middleburg Hts, Ohio, Oct 28,29, Cost $199
sign up at the “workshops” link at http://www.tinylandscapes.com
My new website where I now post all my new blog posts, now has a subscriber sign up, where you add in your email address and when a new blog post is posted, you will get an email letting you know of a new posting. http://www.tinylandscapes.com/blog
Finally after 13 years in business I have created a website that will have my images, blog, and storefront in one place.  I will no longer be posting my blog here at this site, so all you subscribers that were receiving my blog posts through your email will no longer get them. There is a small square symbol next to the search box on the upper right side of the blog that you can subscribe to the new blog.  Thanks to all who have followed me here and I hope you continue following on the new website. Just go to http://www.tinylandscapes.com to check out the new site.