Our reimagined Macro Photography workshops

When trying to learn a new skill, or improve on an existing one, learning efficiently is key. That’s why our new workshop format offers bite-sized sessions on each macro photography topic that fluidly blends theory with hands-on practice, ensuring you grasp concepts quickly and apply them effectively.

Our new Macro Photography workshops, led by UCLN President, John Walter, will be a fantastic opportunity for photography enthusiasts to improve their skills or newbies to learn the basics!

With a focus on theory and practical sessions over both days, participants can expect to gain a comprehensive understanding of their cameras and how to effectively utilize them for macro photography.

For those attending the workshops, it’s essential to come prepared with your CHARGED camera equipment, your camera manual and a willingness to learn.

John’s expertise and guidance will undoubtedly provide valuable insights and techniques to enhance participants’ macro photography abilities.

If you’re interested in attending, be sure to mark your calendar for the weekend of May 4th and 5th, or the weekend of May 11th and 12th. Remember to register by Friday 1st May.

These workshops form part of the UCLN Project: POLLINATOR PATCHES, USING SEED BALLS TO CREATE POLLINATOR HABITAT funded through the Victorian Landcare Grants.