Beyond Close Up: Photomacrography by Professor Gale
Spring – 1 Day Workshop – 22nd March 2014
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
This is an intense workshop incorporating hands on hands on practical experience and student participation, delving into the problems and theory of photomacrography. This will help you discover the world beyond close up photography, subjects you see as commonplace will take on a different meaning. Gale will introduce you to not only the specialist equipment but also the understanding of the terminology, equipment, materials, processes, practical problems and how to overcome them.
ABOUT GALE SPRING:
Gale is Adjunct Professor in the School of Applied Sciences at RMIT University, Melbourne. He retired in 2013 from his role as Deputy Dean, Teaching and Learning at RMIT. Prior to this appointment, he was the Program Leader, Applied Sciences multi-major program (2008-11) and Scientific Photography (1988-2008) at RMIT. Gale continues to consult with industry and organizes and conducts workshops in medical, scientific, and forensic photography. He also conducts various workshops at gold streets studios including photomacrography, infrared photography, lighting, advanced large format view camera photography and metering techniques.
WHAT TO BRING:
A basic understanding of your camera and lenses would be helpful although not necessary. Bring your camera and any macro equipment that you currently use.
CLASS MAXIMUM 6