The Unseen World: Introduction into Macro Photography

(4 customer reviews)

$350.00$480.00

Online & In-Studio

A New Macro Photography Class

Discover the world around us that is typically unseen to the human eye!  Join Nick Sinnott to learn Macro Photography, a new 7-Week Class, offered both Online and In-Studio.  During this class, you will be photographing the Macro details of flowers, crystals, ice, water drops, insects, plus more.  We will also introduce you to UV Macro Photography.  Please review the details below for the differences between the Online & In-Studio Classes.

COVID-19 Guarantee: If you register for the In-Studio Class and the class does not occur due to COVID-19 Metrics and/or Tier Mitigations, you may choose to transfer your registration to the next In-Studio Session or transfer to the Online Option (if available).  If there is a price difference between the two, you will be refunded the difference.

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March 7th, 5:00 PM (Sundays) IN-STUDIO
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March 8th, 10:30 AM (Mondays) IN-STUDIO
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March 10th, 7:00 PM (Wednesdays) ONLINE
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May 2nd, 5:00 PM (Sundays) IN-STUDIO
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May 5th, 7:00 PM (Wednesdays) ONLINE
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Description

Discover the world around us that is typically unseen to the human eye!  Join Nick Sinnott to learn Macro Photography, a new 7-Week Class, offered both Online and In-Studio.  During this class, you will be photographing the Macro details of flowers, crystals, ice, water drops, insects, plus more.  In-Studio Classes are limited to 10 students and all CDC & Local Guidelines will be followed.

Class Requirements (General)

  • Completed Photo II or request permission here: [email protected]
  • DSLR or Mirrorless Camera
  • No Macro Lens needed.  If you own a Macro lens, great, we will certainly use it.  If you just have a 50mm lens, that will work as well, you’ll just need to purchase a set of Extension Tubes (about $40).
  • Tripod or other camera stabilization (Platypod).
  • Cable Shutter Release (Preferred) or IR Shutter Release

Online Class ADDITIONAL Requirements:

To effectively complete the class “in your home” you will need to purchase about $140 worth of supplies and equipment.  A general list is below but a more specific list (with options and links) will be sent to you.

  • Focusing Rail
  • LED & UV Lighting
  • Various small supplies such as “Third Hand” tool, spray bottle, syringe.
  • Various objects to photograph such as flowers, ice, coins, etc…
  • Adobe Photoshop

General Outline of the Class

  • Week 1 – Introductions and Equipment
  • Week 2 – Understanding Macro and Extreme Macro Depth of Field
  • Week 3 – Photographing Flowers – Focus-Stacking and Post-Processing in Photoshop
  • Week 4 – Photographing Water Drop Refractions
  • Week 5 – Photographing Insects, Crystals, Coins, Gems…and pretty much everything you have in your house 🙂
  • Week 6 – Photographing Ice and Snow Flakes*
  • Week 7 – Photographing with UV Light

4 reviews for The Unseen World: Introduction into Macro Photography

  1. Frank Monnelly

    I took the in Studio class that began on January 4. It was a total success and I learned much about focus stacking, auto blending in Photoshop, creating a black background, using a circular polarizing filter, and the wonders of ultraviolet (UV) light. Nick is a patient and knowlegable instructor who is generous with his time. For anyone who is interested in macro photography and for whatever reason was not ready to take the plunge, this is the course and instructor for you.

  2. Lauren Skarnulis

    What a great class! I’m relatively new to photography so I found this class pretty challenging but very rewarding after figuring it out and getting my shots. It feels great to learn how to make my pictures look the way I want them to be. This class helped me focus on the beauty of small things around us. I took this class online. I was able to learn the techniques presented in each class but there were times I wished I could’ve been there in person. I’m a better hands on learner sometimes I wished I could’ve been in studio to grasp the concepts easier.

  3. Elana Dermer

    This was one of my favorite classes! The class had a great flow and each week built on the new skills we learned the week before. We started the class online and moved to in person learning for the last 5 weeks. I felt very comfortable and safe being in the studio. The hands-on learning and in person demonstrations were so helpful. I really loved experimenting with a variety of materials and techniques. I loved learning about water refraction, depth of field, snowflakes and UV light. The entire course was a blast! Nick is a wonderful instructor and goes above and beyond with each student. I highly recommend this class!

  4. Bruce Starcher

    This is a wonderful class. I took the in-person class and benefited from Nick’s hands on approach, a really good balance of lecture followed by hands on, and really enjoyed seeing what others did. I feel like I was able to get a commanding grasp of all the basics of macro, reinforced through in class and homework assignments, and now it is just a matter of practice. The best part is that I know that if I ever have a question, even months and years down the road, Nick will find a way to make sure that it gets answered. Highly recommend this class.

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