Price: $149

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By registering for this workshop I understand and agree that I assume full responsibility for my own safety and well-being at this (these) workshop(s)and will not hold Byron Jorjorian liable for any bodily injury or lost, damaged or stolen equipment. Cancellations prior to 30 days  before the workshop are subject to a 10% cancellation fee or $25 whichever is greater. No refunds 30 days or less from the workshop date. 

Join Byron Jorjorian as we explore the beautiful Henry Horton State Park.  Byron ranks it as one of his favorite places to shoot within 30 minutes from his home, visiting the park once a week on average throughout the year.  This is the best time of the year for dew covered wildflowers, insects and many other tiny subjects.
We will meet on Saturday morning at 7:30am and start immediately with a field session. Byron will be on hand to assist help answer your technical questions and assist in composing your shots.  
We will wind up our shooting around 10:30 or 11 and begin our classroom session.

The rest of the day will be spent in the intensive classroom session winding up at 3:30pm.

Lunch break around noon at the restaurant on the premises.

Topics that will be covered will include: Stalking Tiny Subjects, Selective Focus, Multiple Exposure, Metering Techniques, Macro Fill-Flash, Light Tents & Reflectors, Macro Telephoto, Defocus Techniques, Image Echoes, Lens Selection, Applying Artful Composition in the Close-up World and Much More!!

Art of Macro Spring

May 26th 2018

Byron has been interested in the natural world for as long as he can remember. He grew up in rural Mississippi with cages of snakes, frogs, and lizards under his bed. His artistic side showed itself at an early age with sketches, drawings and paintings centered around nature. But at age 19, the journey began when he purchased a small camera. His love of nature, art and being true to one's self has been the thing that has driven him to be a truly remarkable photographer. He continually tries to explore and discover new ways of capturing images. With over 400,000 images to his name, having over 12,000 images published worldwide (National Geographic, Audubon Field Guides, Smithsonian Books, etc.), and having 22,000 fine art prints installed across the nation, Byron strives to share the vision of his journey with others. He was also featured in the book The Best of Nature Photography - Images and Techniques from the Pros and has been named one of the top 40 Nature Photographers worldwide.

In the interest of giving our workshop clients our full attention while in the field, we do not shoot for our own personal use.​

(Airfare, meals and accommodations are not included in the price the workshop.)