Online Learning

Winter Macro Masterclass: How to Photograph Snowflakes - with Angie Payne

Course Overview:

No matter where you live and no matter how extensively you travel (or don’t!), the opportunities for macro photography are never-ending, infinitely diverse, and always within reach. In the winter, those opportunities float through the air and land right at our feet!

Snowflakes provide a fun and fleeting chance to appreciate and photograph some of the most intricate artwork nature can offer. This class will present tips for getting started in snowflake photography, an explanation of some of the techniques I employ in the field, and an introduction to focus stacking.

In this new reality of limited travel and seemingly endless days stuck at home, there has never been a better time to explore the microscopic beauty of Winter!   

What you will learn: 

-      Where and when to hunt for the best snowflakes

-      Setups and techniques to maximize your chances of capturing the fleeting beauty of snowflakes

-      Macro photography gear options to fit all budgets

-      The basics of focus stacking, as it pertains to snowflake photography

-      How the techniques used for snowflake photography can be applied to other macro scenarios

Additional Details:

-      Attendees will be able to access a recording of the class for 7 days after the class ends.

-      Live Q&A will be an important part of the class. Get your questions answered directly by the instructor in real time!

Tuition: $59.00

About Your Instructor:

Angie Payne discovered her love of photography during her time spent exploring nature and traveling the world as a professional climber. Countless days spent in the mountains of Colorado and subsequent climbing expeditions to Greenland and French Polynesia opened Angie’s eyes to the true magnificence of nature and her desire to capture photos of it. Her early photographic pursuits involved an iPhone and inexpensive magnetic lenses. This simple setup was enough to ignite Angie’s interest in pursuing photography more seriously, and in 2012 she purchased her first digital camera. Her current work is mainly concentrated in the world of macro photography, as she is especially obsessed with the tiny worlds that exist within bigger landscapes. Angie currently lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Live Online Event

Saturday, January 14th, 2023

10:00am - 12:00pm Pacific

11:00am - 1:00pm Mountain

12:00pm - 2:00pm Central

1:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern

Click Here to Register Now!

(Can't attend at the scheduled time? No worries!  Ticket holders will be able to access a full recording of this class for 7 days after the session ends!)

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