About CourseAfter teaching the basics of macro photography, Bill Fortney returns to get more in-deph with the techniques he demonstrated in Close Up: An Introduction to Macro Photography. Go in the studio with Bill as he shows you the set-up process and camera settings for several clever and easy-to-do macro shots - all it really takes is patience and discipline. Bill goes over his equipment and how each piece plays its part in a given shot. Plus, you'll pick up some great tips that Bill has learned during his career from his own experiences and from other photographers along the way.
- Lesson 1: Introduction 03:54
- Lesson 2: Stock Photography 08:02
- Lesson 3: Shooting a Lemon with Bubbles 02:51
- Lesson 4: Reflection and Color 04:33
- Lesson 5: Lighting, Color Temperature, and Angles 05:32
- Lesson 6: Oil and Water 07:56
- Lesson 7: Adding a Flash 06:03
- Lesson 8: Magnifying with Droplets 07:03
- Lesson 9: Timing and Flash 03:53
- Lesson 10: Photographing Smoke 05:42
- Lesson 11: Greater Than Life Size 07:49
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Bill is one of America's premier photographer's specializing in Landscape, close-up, nature, Americana, and travel. In his 44 year career, Bill has been a High School teacher and football coach, AP rep, Medical photographer, and Marketing Public Relations person. Bill was an official photographer for the Washington Redskins during his sports photography years.In 1991 he and his wife Sherelene founded the Great American Photography Weekends and for 12 years he ran the field events for the company, leading over 250 events in every major national park and in Africa, Europe, Canada, and the Galapagos Islands. Bill is the author of five photography books, including his newest - America From 500 Feet II. His original America From 500 Feet book done with his son Wesley is the largest selling aerial landscape book, on America, of all time.Now retired after 11 years with Nikon Professional Services, Bill teaches workshops through his company His Light Workshops. Once called in a newspaper article "The Will Rogers of Photography", Bill is a committed Christian, and much sought after speaker, presenter, and workshop leader.