At the beginning of this pandemic in April, Cree and I started our online photography program. Our first class was macro photography, and we were blown away by the response. We sold out five classes in the first month. We realized that photographers were really interested in connecting with others and staying creative. We had a blast interacting with everyone, and really enjoyed seeing the images participants created. And let’s not forget the ever popular end-of-class happy hour image review showing all the participant’s work for a fun social event!
With the vaccine rolling out now, we are optimistic that we will once again be out in the field taking photographs in the not too distant future. But for the next few months it seems travel will be limited, so we decided to end this pandemic the same way we started it, with macro photography classes. Cabin fever macro is here! New techniques, creative photo homework assignments, and everything can be shot right in your home. We’re introducing light painting macro is this session, frozen fruit challenges and light as a feather backside illuminated creations! Our first two classes have already sold out, so we are adding more in February.
This image was created using two different colored micro flashlights light painting the peacock feather from above, and using a blue gelled lume cube underneath. Can’t wait for cabin fever macro to begin!