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Macro photography exposes a world that is mostly unseen with the naked eye and allows us to discover new visual adventures each time we shoot. In this delightful presentation, Doug will teach you the tools, workflow, and lighting when you get close-up to capture those amazing moments when little things get big!
However, perfect circles are not required; we are, looking forward to your creativity in showing circles as the main focus of the capture.
They are everywhere around us. Circles are present in nature, objects, and architecture. Bokeh, star trails, vehicles, fruits, swirling staircases, and more. Also, look for them in patterns and shadows.
Join Matt for a 75-minute live webcast on improving your bird photography for photographers of all levels. You’ll even get a free PDF “Bird Photography Field” guide, that you can keep on your phone, for a quick reference while out shooting. We'll dive into the various gear, tips, tricks, and settings to help make your bird photos stand out from the crowd.
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Join Angela Andrieux, Skylum’s Community Manager and member of the company’s education team for a lively demonstration featuring Luminar AI. In this session, Angela will step you through efficiently using Luminar AI to speed up your workflow and enable more creative exploration with your images, no matter what style of photography you shoot or your experience level. Leveraging the power of Artificial Intelligence, you’ll be amazed at how fast and how far you can take your photos without sacrificing creativity or the “human touch!”
A generic definition is that a wide-angle lens displays a wider field of view than the human vision. For this contest, take pictures with a lens that is equal or less than the following:
Digital Challenge…Now it is your turn. I have critiqued your digital images. Some agree with my assessments...some do not. What follows is my methodology and reasons. How objective are you when self-critiquing your photographs? Can you separate your emotional connection to your image?