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What is macro photography?

What is macro photography?

macrophotography /ˌmakrə(ʊ)fəˈtɒɡrəfi/ noun noun: macro-photography photography producing photographs of small items larger than life-size.   Eye of a Tokay Gecko, by Alan M. Image via wired   "Macro Photography is commonly defined as close-up photography of tiny insects or objects with images that result in the subject being life-size or larger." What is Macro Photography? A great part of nature photography and even scientific research, macro photography provides a vast learning field for photographers and a chance for the viewers to discover the tiny world around us. For both the author and the public, macro represents an absorbing activity, which has us delving into...

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Photographic printer to exhibition SPACE

Photographic printer to exhibition SPACE

Special thanks to Daniel at Charing Cross Photo. Renee has known Daniel for more than 20 years and worked as a photographic printer in his Waverly-based lab for two-and-a-half years. Upon picking up a camera again after 15 years, Renee sought out the counsel of her old friend and boss. "He’s always been happy to help and give advice when needed. He believes, as I do, you get back what you give,” says Renee, who found his help and guidance invaluable as she prepared for this exhibition. “Daniel is a great photographer in his own right and is always happy...

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Midjuburi Precinct Creative Trails | 3 and 4 August, 10am to 5pm

Midjuburi Precinct Creative Trails | 3 and 4 August, 10am to 5pm

Discover where art is made in the Inner West. THE SPACE gallery will be opening its door to art lovers with a group exhibition "ART + WONDER" and workshops on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August 2019 Meet the artists, discover their creativity by joining a workshop and fall in love with their artworks.

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OUT OF AFRICA

OUT OF AFRICA

  Visual storyteller and adventurer, Louisa Seton has created a name for herself as a documentary portrait photographer who specializes in capturing the stunning visual identity of African tribal culture and ceremony.   Louisa’s African tribal portraits, celebrate, and explores community, female empowerment and adornment as self-expression. This collection of portraits and wild life highlights Louisa’s love for Africa and reveals the remarkable beauty of people truly engaged with their natural environment.   Louisa grew up in Nairobi, Kenya and has always been fascinated by indigenous culture and ceremony. “Growing up in Africa I interacted with a variety of tribal...

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