Do you take a lot of close up photos of things like insects, disease symptoms, weeds etc but most times end up with nothing more than a blurry, unidentifiable image? Well, here is your chance to fix that! Whether you have a simple point and shoot, a smartphone with camera or the latest SLR, this workshop will teach you how to take better close up photos that you will be proud of. Or at least not be embarrassed about.
Register now for the Marcophotopraphy Workshop (Session #36) at the Southwest Ag. Conference. Dave Cheung, owner of DKB Digital Designs and grad student from the University of Guelph will show us how to take better close up photos of what we see in the field. Dave has taken some pretty awesome photos in his time, as you can see from his website photo gallery. Dave’s latest project includes developing a visual insect pest identification key for Ontario’s nursery and landscape crops.
BUT space is limited and you must pre-register to attend this workshop. All you need to do is register for the conference and indicate that you want to attend this workshop. You can do all that by visiting the Southwest Ag. Conference Website. And don’t forget to bring your camera with you to the workshop!
The better the photo you can take and send to me, the easier it is for me to identify your pest problem!