Sun, May 23 | Studio V

Macro Photography

Let’s dive into one of the most often overlooked genres of photography and explore the unseen beauty of the macro world.
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Macro Photography

Time & Location

May 23, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Studio V, 4229 Royal Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73108, USA

About the Event

Macro Photography - “The Art of Seeing Small”

Let’s dive into one of the most often overlooked genres of photography and explore the unseen beauty of the macro world.

You will learn:

What “macro” is and why we should consider exploring it.

The “cheap” options vs. the “not so cheap” options as well as the benefits/challenges of each.

The camera settings and gear you will need to produce amazing images.

Tips & Tricks

Then we will have some fun with a little hands-on time.

Things to bring:

Camera, tripod, your favorite lens, patience and a speedlight if you have one. (cheap set of Macro Extension Tubes for “your” camera from Amazon)

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Bio

Skeeter Arnold

I am primarily a nature photographer with a heavy emphasis on macro and creative landscapes.

I try to capture and share the details and moments in our beautiful world that are too small or happen too fast for us to see.

Such as freezing time to REALLY see and appreciate a lightning bolt or look super close at small things that we overlook on a regular basis.

I think that people have an inherent (misplaced) phobia of insects, but if we slow down and LOOK... we would discover the natural beauty of this world's finer works of art. The textures, patterns, colors, and structures of the insect world are... well... tiny, and sometimes impossible to see with the naked eye. Therein lies the beauty of Macro Photography.

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