Gobi Photography | Award Winning Macro Photographer Mike Moats brings his workshop to Peachtree City

Award Winning Macro Photographer Mike Moats brings his workshop to Peachtree City

January 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

We have a great announcement at Gobi Photography.  International award winning macro photographer Mike Moats is coming to Peachtree City!  May 20th and 21st at the Hilton Garden Inn.

His macro photography bootcamps are so good they are consistently sell out.  So sign up quickly if your interested in learning and/or improving your macro photography. You can find additional information and sign up for the bootcamp before it sells out at Macro Photography Bootcamp.

Since starting his photography career in 2001 he has been published in Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Natures Best Magazine, Nature Photographer Magazine, Photolife, Whisper In The Woods,Michigan Game Finder, NANPA's Expressions Books, Pure Michigan Book, and Fujifilms Newsletter (Cable Release), two images on front covers.  He has won several local and international awards, and in 2006 was asked to join the Fuji Pro Talent Team. 
You can follow Mike and find his work on his blog mikemoatsblog.com and tinylandscapes.com

Here is what you will learn:

  • What cameras, lenses, tripods, heads and  accessories are best, which ones you really need, and which ones you don't.
  • How to control light using diffusers, reflectors, and LED lights.   When and how to work with just natural light,
  • How to control depth of field with f/stops and special techniques such as focus stacking with Helicon Focus. 
  • Improve your composition . How to find character in nature.  What are the essential elements of design, and how to use textures to improve your photos. 
  • Learn to use contrast, visual weight, and lines to create interesting images.  How to use varying camera angle to blur focus.  How to create two subject compositions.  Avoid mistakes in composition.
  • You will learn how best to find interesting subject matter. Learn when, where, and how to fine good subjects through out the four seasons. 
  • How to shoot macro indoors. 


Day two covers Post Processing 

Learn Mike's post processing techniques using photoshop, Smart Photo Editor, Nik Software, and Topaz software programs. 


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