Macro Photography

Indy Photo Coach - Indianapolis TBA

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - Saturday, March 28, 2015
Indianapolis TBA TBA IndianapolisIN  46204
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - Saturday, March 28, 2015
Indianapolis TBA TBA IndianapolisIN  46204

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What's Included

Macro photography is close up photography. With “macro,” you make the very small seem large. By using a mixture of light, aperture, and creativity, you can create a whole new new self-contained world. In the Macro Photography Introduction class, we will explore the very basics of macro. You will learn how to control depth of field and how to notice small subjects that have been right under your nose all along. We will start in a more controlled setting and work our way outside. Learn to compose small “landscapes”. The class is comprised of two sessions. A majority of the time will be spent in hands-on learning while you learn about the basics of macros photography in environments that are rich in subject matter. Parking and Zoo entrance not included in registration. Instructor: Jackie Curts Indoor Location: The Athenaeum Outdoor Location: The Indianapolis Zoo

About This Organizer

Indy Photo Coach is a unique photography school focused on offering personal instruction and exciting photography opportunities to Greater-Indianapolis area residents at an affordable price. IPC is creating a community of photographers by implementing our instructors' passion for photography and face-to-face learning.

IPC's mission is to provide a unique, affordable, hands-on experience for individuals and groups interested in improving their digital photography skills by connecting them with expert photographers.

IPC was created on the following beliefs:

In time, anyone with a camera and a few lessons or classes can create inspiring images.

Thousands of digital SLR camera owners purchased their camera to improve their photos, but only shoot on "automatic" mode.

Most individuals learn best through "teachable moments" - an unexpected event or experience through which one learns a lesson or technique. These typically occur in hands-on environments; not in a classroom.

Many local photography enthusiasts have an unmet need for inexpensive classes with short time commitments.

Through various mediums, a community of photographers can learn and improve together.

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