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Looking Through the Lens - Creative Color and B&W Photography
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January, 2022

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Digital competition with an independent judge. The last date to enter is the Thu before the competition via PhotoContestPro. Please note that the meeting will start at 7:45pm.
Monday
10
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In the home: always in sight, but never seen (novel views of everyday items or structures).
Thursday
13
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Choosing and editing photos to impress a judge who has precious few seconds to form an opinion can be challenging.
Monday
24
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Digital competition with an independent judge. The last date to enter is midnight Thursday January 20th before the competition via PhotoContestPro.
Monday
31
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Macro photography lets you explore and create exciting photographs of a whole new and intimate world. Zeroing-in to create an interesting abstract or just filling the frame with a tiny flower, insect or a jewel.

This program will address the challenges you‘ll face with Macro Photography and the methods and tools used to overcome those challenges. We will deal with the lighting and equipment, as well as several techniques to get better images. This includes select-ing the appropriate equipment; lighting and stacking.

You will understand the importance of Depth-of-Field as it affects Macro Photos. You will learn how to create high magnification images using macro lenses, tubes, and diop-ters. In addition, you will learn how to create one completely focused image from sever-al partially focused images. This focus stacking technique is Ideal for macro-photography when the sharpness of the entire subject is critical.