Studio Still-Life / Macro Flower - Training by Robert DiTommaso Photography

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Price: $40.00 /per person

Robert DiTommaso Photography Studio and Training Center

6841 North Rochester Road Suite 100 I · Rochester Hills, MI

How to find us

Northeast Corner of Rochester Rd & Tienken (25 Mile Rd). Turn into Ferber Warehouse Complex. First building. Drive behind building. White door on South side. Parking by door or on North side of building.

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January 15ths workshop was a big hit, so we are going to do it again!

Join Bob for this training & shooting workshop! This time of year we like to move indoors with our photography. Setting up and photographing still lifes and flowers are a great way to keep enjoying your photography when Michigan turns brown and bleak.

This studio workshop will start with Bob giving instruction on shooting under a variety of different lighting scenarios, then the group will be encouraged to create their own still life arrangements. Bob will have a variety of objects on-hand with which to play and create, and participants are encouraged to bring their own objects as well. The supplied props will include an array of fresh flowers, always a hit with photographers.

A macro lens is not required, bring what you have. You will be surprised at how close your current lenses will allow you to get. A tripod is very helpful, as is a remote release. If you have no tripod, contact us to see if we can help you out with a loaner tripod and plenty of technique tips. We also sell tripods and remote releases in the studio.

Depending on the number of people that sign up I will create plenty of stations so everyone will be able to shoot without a long wait.

IF YOU PREFER NOT TO PAY VIA Meet-Up, I can email you an invoice through Square. Most people prefer to pay via Square. My email is [masked]. Please email me and I will send you an invoice for $40. This will register you for the class!

What are Students Saying About Flower Photography?

"I learned a lot about photographing flowers and lighting...also had a good time!" Gina

"It was great! Bob was very helpful (as usual) and I learned a lot!" Priscilla