If you have been following Court’s webinars on macro photography, you’ll enjoy this look at the opposite photographic endeavor—achieving powerful photos of the BIG things in life! How do you capture images of elephants, polar bears, tigers and vast landscapes with an eye to maintaining perspective and a sharp focus (or not!?) across the expanse of your subject? Court will also cover composition as a way to add interest to your image, and guide you in determining when a background will add to or detract from the effect you want.
Originally presented July 14, 2020
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