How Did We Make These Macro Images?

How Did We Make These Macro Images?

COMPETITION

 Guess How This Shot Was Made

And Win a HAMA Notebook Bag worth £20

In the runup to our Introduction to Macro and Close Up Photography Workshop on May 2nd, 2017, here’s a little competition for you.

Take a look at the images below and, if you can guess correctly what Sue and Doug did to make these macro images, you’ll be in with a chance to wina HAMA Notebook Bag worth £20.

When you’re ready, fill in the competition entry form below and click the Enter Competition link and you’ll be put into the draw. Sue and Doug will choose the winner from the correct entries on April 30th, 2017. We’ll notify the lucky winner be email and on the web site too.

Good luck and we look forward to reading your entries.

How Did We Do It?

How did Doug and Sue create the images below? If you think you know how we did it, enter our competition and you’ll be in with a chance to win a HAMA Notebook Bag worth £20.

Good Luck!

About Your Answers

Your answers do NOT need to include the camera equipment we used, just the materials we used and an idea of how we used them for the effect. Despite each image looking rather different, I can assure you, the same materials and techniques were used for all the images shown here. Once you think you know how we did it, tell us on the entry form below and click on the Enter Competition button and then, we will reveal the way it was done when we publish the winner of this competition on April 30th. Watch this space. Thank you.

 

ENTER HERE TO WIN

RULES

 

Win a Free Notebook Bag with Capture and Create
Win a super HAMA Notebook Bag worth £20 with Capture and Create. Guess how we made these macro images.

• One entry per person

• No cash alternative

• No correspondence will be entered into

• Judges decision is final

• Winner will be notified personally via email and announced on Capture and Create’s web site

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If you’d like to learn how to make creative images such as these, then you should sign up to our Introduction to Macro and Close Up Workshop and let Capture and Create help show you how to shoot close, and then closer still!

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Intro to Macro and Close Up Photography

 OUR UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

12 NEW WORKSHOP DATES COMING SOON 

• Or come and join our Macro and Close Up workshop: Learn how to shoot the very small in a big way with Capture and Create. When: May 2nd, 2017. BOOK NOW for just £75

• Back by popular demand: Leeds Castle and Lightroom: Learn with two experienced tutors at the beautiful Leeds Castle with photography tips and techniques, followed by an afternoon of editing your images in Adobe’s Lightroom image editing software where we’ll show you some of the amazing capabilities of Lightroom. When: March 16th 2018 BOOK NOW for just £119.

Introduction to Still Life Photography: Learn to shoot product photography images and still life subjects with Doug and Sue at the Oakroom in Smeeth. Useful for both professionals and hobbyists alike we will cover what equipment you’ll need, go through composition tricks with demonstrations and hands-on practical photography throughout the session. When: June 2017 Date still TBC Enquire Now. Price: £110

• Each workshop includes refreshments and a working lunch and costs from just £75 per person.

Doug and Sue Look Forward to Seeing you on a Workshop Very Soon.

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Author, Photographer and Co Founder and Co Partner at Capture and Create Doug Harman has over 28 year’s experience as a journalist, author, photographer, and digital camera and technology tester. • Doug has a bespoke studio space and he's author of the UK’s No1 best selling The Digital Photography Handbook, now in it’s fifth and completely updated edition and a pocket guide to better camera phone photography called Snap It!. Doug is also technical advisor to John Freeman on the Digital SLR Handbook. • Doug’s written extensively for many digital photography magazines and websites, including Amateur Photographer, What Digital Camera, Total Digital Photography, Digital Photographer, Pocket-Lint.com, and fourthirds-user.com; Professional Photographer, Photography Monthly and Digital Camera Buyer. Doug has also contributed to The Times Online. • Doug is also one of the founding directors of US3 Media Ltd (www.us3m.com) and is one of the founding editors of the technology; news, reviews and buyer’s guide web site www.Best4Reviews.com. Doug specialises on social, commercial architectural and portrait photography as well as his freelance journalism, authorship, image retouching (Photoshop etc.), technical writing, print production, advertising and marketing. Doug’s memberships include the Ashford Photographic Society, the Royal Photographic Society and the Federation of Small Businesses.