Macro Photography & Focus Stacking – Wed 13 June 2018

For our meeting on Wednesday 13 June we are having a Macro night and we ask you to bring in small objects that would make interesting subjects to photograph.

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Macro photography – getting in close to your subject and creating larger-than-life images – is great fun and you don’t necessarily need lots of fancy equipment. The genre of close-up photography opens up a fascinating world that concentrates on the miniature and reveals details that are normally overlooked.

For our meeting on Wednesday 13 June we are having a Macro night and we ask you to bring in small objects that would make interesting subjects to photograph. You don’t have to look far for interesting objects – have a look around your kitchen or office desk for example for everyday objects that look amazing when studied up close or at higher magnification.

As well as a practical session, we’re hoping to widen our knowledge, skills and expertise about macro photography, by looking at ‘focus stacking’. With a little bit of instruction we hope you will be able to see a real improvement in your resulting macro images.

Focus stacking is a digital image processing technique which combines multiple images taken at different focus distances to give a resulting image with a greater depth of field (DOF) than any of the individual source images.

Meeting takes place at the Haven Arms, Havenside, Hedon HU12 8HH on Wednesday 13 June 2018 from 7pm. All welcome at our meetings (no membership required) whether you are a complete novice or a seasoned snapper!

Hedon Viewfinders will interest photographers of all levels regardless of ability, image making device, kit or equipment. Novices particularly encouraged.

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Author: Ray Duffill

The Hedon Blog and HU12 Online 'Beat-Blogger'. Bringing 'hyperlocal' news to local people; better informed, engaged and active local communities!

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