Macro Photography Lessons

Having been a photographer and an educator for well over a decade, I am very excited to finally share my Macro Photography passion and experience with you.  

Now, you can easily book one (or more) of my 12 topical lessons. Each lesson is 1 hour long priced at £48.75/lesson (a 4-lesson package priced at £175 is also available). The 12 carefully planned lessons cover the three main areas of Macro Photography as seen below. Once booked, you will automatically receive a confirmation email including a Zoom Meeting Invite for the date and time you selected. Please don’t forget to check the Junk folder if email not received within 5 minutes of booking. The maximum number of participants per lesson is 5.

It is advisable for all attendees to have a pre-prepared list of questions on the booked topic before the start of the session.

See you on Zoom!!!

Best,

Eduard


BugHunt TTL

4 (1 hour each) Topical Lessons aimed at discussing and learning the art of photographing insects in their natural environment.

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Live in the Studio

4 (1 hour each) Topical Lessons aimed at discussing and learning the art of photographing live insects in the studio.

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Studio Stacking

4 (1 hour each) Topical Lessons aimed at discussing and learning the art of Stacking and Stack & Stitch techniques in the studio.

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What the participants say.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Anyone who loves nature and small creatures will be in awe of Eduard’s beautifully shot insect images. Eduard is truly an accomplished macro-photographer. His talents as an educator and his willingness to share his knowledge make him an outstanding macro-photography instructor. I cannot recommend his courses highly enough.Salvador Vitanza, Ph.D.- Entomologist Identifier – Arizona, USA https://elp.tamu.edu/ipm/bugs/

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️“As we were extremely satisfied with the first lesson, we decided to book more, and this time we took advantage of the package deal. Eduard created a personalized package of four sessions on topics we were most interested in. The information we received was, as usual, clear, to the point and very useful. We recommend this to anyone. Thank you very much Eduard for sharing your knowledge.” Tine and Jean-Pierre Vercruysse-Herman – Belgium

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Thank you Eduard for helping us take our macro photography to the next level! A few weeks ago we booked the package deal, and last Sunday we had our last two-hour session. The session had been pre-planned and tailored on our needs and interests. It was interestingly educational from start to finish and Eduard’s enthusiasm was contagious. We learnt a lot of new points of view, and explored interesting applications of equipment and setups. Don’t hesitate to book more sessions. You will be better for it.” Tine and Jean-Pierre Vercruysse-Herman – Belgium 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️“Being an admirer of his work, I decided to attend one of his new lessons on Specimen Preparation. I was very satisfied with the explanations throughout the session. I received a lot of details and helpful practical advice. Everything in the lesson was above my expectations and it is definitely worth every penny. Thank you for sharing your knowledge Eduard. The session was inspiring.” Tine Herman – retired – Belgium

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I enjoyed our conversation yesterday. Your work is beautiful, and it is obvious that it is a work of love. I think you can be sure that your images will endure long into the future. As we talked about, I feel that recording earth and its inhabitants in the here and now is important on a lot of fronts. Unfortunately, the rich diversity that we have now will continue to dwindle until mankind wakes up (maybe too late). Preserving these images for future generations, I feel, is very important. As to the lesson itself, I found it quite enjoyable and pertinent. Because I have some background in entomology and collecting, some was review, but having said that, there were many perspectives and details that were new to me. I loved it. I would like to get more into the nuts and bolts of your art, hardware and software. I might spend some time with Helicon Stacker prior to our next session. It might make our discussion more meaningful. I am looking forward to our next session. Thanks for your time. Robert Chiavarini – Portland, Oregon – USA