Updates: Workshop Calendar and more…

♦ It almost seems strange that my business plan is actually on track! As I mentioned last year, that besides the small-group macro workshops, I also hoped to be offering classes in 2014. Well, it has happened! Thanks to The Ellis Bird Farm, Olds College and MacEwan University, I now have photography classes available in a variety of locations in central Alberta. Check out Summer Workshops 2014 for the classes that are this Spring and Summer.

♦ The small-group workshops will continue, but now only by request. So if you would rather learn at a conversational level, with four people or less per group, contact me and we will arrange something! Scheduled Small Group Workshops will begin again in winter.

♦ Don’t forget to join the Alberta Macro Workshop page on Facebook! It’s open to all, whether you plan on taking a workshop or not. I will regularly add links on macro techniques and to other macro workshops, anywhere in the world.

♦ Want to be on my link list? If you have or know of a blog or website that regularly features entomology and/or macro photography, let me know and I’ll add you to the list. I am also interested in building new links with photographers who specialize in other areas of macro nature photography–fungi, mosses, lichens, water life etc.

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  1. Gary Anweiler 2 April, 2014 at 9:48 AM #

    Great to see your “business” expanding, and your skills being appreciated and shared. I really need to move beyond my Coolpix…..and hopefully this will be the year. I hate that learning curve…I just want to hunt bugs and take pictures!!.

    • Adrian 2 April, 2014 at 10:17 AM #

      Thanks Gary! You do excellent work with your Coolpix!
      Like you, I just want to hunt bugs and take pictures, and having the chance to teach what I love is a real ‘blessing’. I only hope the workshops don’t get too popular 😉 so I will still have time to go out into the field!

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