Bob Guiliani The Basics Of Close - Up Photography
English | Size: 1.4 GB
This 2 DVD-Rip set is nearly two full hours of in the field study of close-up and macro photography by master photographer and teacher Bob Guiliani. Bob spends much time reviewing the equipment needed for successful close-up and macro photography. He also examines the elements involved in creating elegant portraiture of flowers. (Which you could turn into beautiful art prints) You will learn many technical and practical tips from selecting the proper camera angle to creating perfect lighting on every exposure in all kinds of lighting situations.
Other topics include:
* When to use a flash
* How & where to position the flash
* When to use tripod
* Hand held examples are created
* What time of day is best
* What to do when it gets windy
* When to use a polarizing filter
* How to create a small hand held reflector - FREE
* Background selection
* How to establish proper camera angle and lens selection
This presentation is jam packed with tips and ideas and is entirely filmed on location. Bob walks you through the woods in search of the perfect flower to photograph. Come along as Bob points out plants that are so small that you would never see them unless you were really looking. Discover what you are missing in life and get it in front of your camera. Even if you're a seasoned veteran this training film is a first class refresher course for creating fine art macro portraits. You will find yourself re-energized with your craft or profession. Re-discover your photography passion with the "Basics of Close-up Photography". If you love flowers, find out how to photograph them for future crafting projects.
Bob Guiliani and his wife, Linda, are owners of Guys & Dolls Photography portrait studio in Clare, MI. His portrait and nature photographs have received national, state, and local awards. He prints all of his work himself, for the studio and his nature art. His capability of capturing the beauty of the world through the camera lens has created artistic prints that have been displayed in art galleries and the walls of businesses and homes.
He has given programs to Professional Photographic Organizations in the U.S. and Canada and to various other groups such as: Michigan Audubon, Sierra Club, Garden Clubs & 4-H Groups. Bob was selected as one of 30 photographers to photograph Michigan during a 24 hour period for a book in conjunction with the Sesquicentennial, has been commissioned to do limited edition prints for various organizations, and has had his images published in various magazines. He teaches photography at Mid-Michigan Community College, offers workshops on nature photography, does guest lectures, travelogues, and has been on TV talk shows. He is a Master Photographer, Photographic Craftsman, nationally certified, and holds a BA and MA in chemistry.