The Photographic Arts Society of NWPA is presenting a full-day photography seminar “How to Create Successful Macro Images” with Mike Moats, award-winning macro photographer and Tamron Image Master.
This comprehensive close-up/macro photography instructional photographic seminar is designed to enhance your visionary and technical skills related to shooting close up to your subject.
Cost: $59 (includes lunch). Seminar seating is limited. Reserve your spot for this high-quality seminar by sending a check in the amount of $59 payable to ‘PASNWPA’ to Candy Felege at 9147 Francis Rd, Girard PA 16417.
You may also send an email to email@example.com or call (814) 881-4241 to make a reservation.
About Mike Moats
Mike Moats is an award-winning, professional macro photographer from Sterling Heights, Michigan. Mike’s love of photography, which started out as a hobby in 2001, has since evolved into a full-time business. In addition to creating his own images, Mike added “Close-up/Macro Photography” workshops into the mix in 2006, and he now also makes speaking appearances at photo conferences nationwide, leads intensive Macro Boot Camps around the country, and produces comprehensive macro videos and e-books to assist other photographers with their macro goals.
Recruited as a member of the Fuji Pro Talent Team in 2006, Mike is also honored to be a Tamron “Image Master” and a Vanguard Pro. He has won numerous local, national, and international awards. Mike’s first book, Tiny Landscapes, was released in 2008, and his images and how-to articles have been published in various magazines, including Outdoor Photographer, Nature’s Best Photography, Shutterbug, PC Photo, Nature Photographer, Photo Life, Whisper in the Woods, and Michigan Fish and Game Finder; in photography collections such as the North American Nature Photography Association’s (NANPA’s) Expressions book and the Pure Michigan tourism companion; and in various corporate collateral, including on the Tamron USA blog and in Fujifilm newsletters.
For more information on Mike Moats, visit his website: http://www.tinylandscapes.com/