Macro photography the topic of Nov. 1 talk

North Haven Camera Club will welcome guest speaker Paul Nguyen Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. The professional photographer will present an online program on macro photography, the art of making tiny things look big. You can do this by getting very close to your subject or by using a telephoto lens to zoom in. Macro photography gives us a different perspective on our world.

Nguyen has lived and worked from coast to coast in the U.S. and has 30 years of film and digital photography experience.

A resident of Flagstaff, Arizona, Nguyen specializes in natural landscapes and wildlife photography. He has served in the prestigious National Parks Artist in Residence program at the Petrified Forest in Arizona, and as a photographer for the Boston Museum of Science. His images have been licensed by numerous organizations including Tamron and the Nature Conservancy and Amazing New England Artworks.

Nguyen believes people have the power to change their own perceptions, whether it be their perception of themselves or that of the world around them. Since everything that we experience in our lives must pass through the filter of our perception, changing our perception essentially changes our reality.

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