Event cost: $99 – but you need to pay $12 cash for entry fee on the day.
This workshop is designed for photographers looking to extend their macro photographic technique beyond the basics. With unlimited access to tens of thousands of fast moving butterflies, you will be challenged to think quickly to capture that 'one in a million' shot. We will spend 1 hour discussing advanced macro photography technique in a small group to maximise the learning outcome. Shooting time will be two hours to explore and apply the theory in the Bribie Butterfly house.
• Advanced EOS Focus and Metering techniques
• Canon Flash on Camera
• Exposure, Settings and Creative Choices
• Introduction to Focus Stacking (Hand Held)
There is an expectation that you will already have a beginner level understanding of Macro photography.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please choose carefully. Except where otherwise indicated, we do not offer refunds unless an event has to be cancelled, rescheduled to a date you cannot attend, or where required under Australian Consumer Law. View the Terms of Registration.
Bring your own Canon Camera – EOS 7D, EOS 5D, EOS 1DX or EOS R series, EF100mm Macro, and 600EX Speedlight. Collective will be able to loan an EOS 7D Mark II, EOS 5D Mark IV or EOS R, with an EF100mm or EFS60mm Macro lens and 600EX Speedlight. Just BYO SD Card.
Meeting at the cafe's seating area. Free parking available on site.
A general fitness level is required. We recommend closed toe shoes for walking. As this event takes place outdoors, please be mindful of your surroundings.
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