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Macro Photography In Nature

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Macro photography can transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. Through a macro lens, frost patterns can appear as intricate sculptures and the veins of leaves as cellular mosaics of color and shape. This workshop will be an in-depth look into macro photography. Presentations will precede shooting photo exercises in the park throughout the day. Following items are needed for the workshop: Admission: $150 Members/$175 Non-Members *required Camera* (DSLR with macro lens -recommended, or iPhone/Android phone) Memory Cards Extra Battery Tripod Water bottle Sunscreen or Rain Gear Register Early, Space is Limited, Max Class Size: 16

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