Introduction to Abstract Photography with Mieke Boynton

Wed,Sep15,2021,6:30PM
Wed,Sep15,2021,8:00PM
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Introduction to Abstract Photography | Mieke Boynton

Join Internationally-acclaimed photographer Mieke Boynton for an online, interactive workshop and be inspired to take some super creative shots in and around your home, with the camera and lenses you already own! Learn about settings, equipment, light and composition.

We’ll explore some great ideas for creative abstract photography (eg. oil & water macros, smoke abstracts, and milk & food dye abstracts) using items readily available in your local supermarket. We’ll look at lens choice, camera settings, lighting, and backgrounds.

This live video-conference session will give you those tips and tricks on getting started in abstract / close-up photography at home with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and be inspired!

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Images by Mieke Boynton.

"Mieke Boynton’s Introduction to Abstract Photography Workshop was a very informative and fun workshop. Mieke delivered the content and examples of different styles of abstract photography well. Mieke's knowledge was excellent and she explained her methods, settings and set-ups really well". - Previous Nikon School student

This workshop covers

  • Equipment for abstract / close-up photography
  • Ideas for shooting abstracts and close-ups indoors
  • Ideas for abstracts/close-ups during your daily exercise session
  • Lighting (including using a desk-lamp!)
  • Items around the house to use
  • Composition
  • Recommended Settings

What To Bring

  • Computer with internet connection
  • Curiosity
  • Questions
  • Your enthusiasm

Course Inclusions

  • Exclusive online training
  • Tutorial by professional photographer and Nikon School Lecturer Mieke Boynton

Recommended for: Beginner or Intermediate Photographers

Please note, this session will be held via Zoom Video Conference. An email will be sent to you via Eventbrite an hour prior to the session.

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