Macro Photography

How To Achieve Perfect Focus In Macro Photography – Photography Article

Macro can be one of the most satisfying genres of photography. It opens up a new world of almost infinite creative possibilities. From flora and fauna to the abstract inanimate having a macro capability in your kitbag will expand your photographic repertoire immensely. There is a problem with macro though, and it’s one that can put off newcomers and experienced photographers alike. That problem is focusing. Let’s look at why.Claim Your Free Camera Craft Cheat SheetPrint it out and keep it…

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500px Blog » The Ultimate Guide for Macro Photography Beginners – Photography Article

Robert K Baggs is a Headshot, Portrait, and Commercial photographer from London & Hertfordshire. He’s been published in broadsheets, magazines, and websites globally including the likes of The BBC, National Geographic, and The Telegraph. In addition to this, Robert’s work has been displayed in galleries from New York to Paris. You can find out more of his work on 500px, his website, Facebook, and Instagram. 1. Introduction Like all modern love stories, I found macro photography on the internet. I…

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In-Studio Macro Photography Tutorial | Fstoppers – Photography Article

Macro photography is the art/practice of photographing tiny things. If you have the spare cash, It’s easy to just go out and buy a macro lens to start shooting, but in order to get those crisp, back to front, pin-sharp images, a little bit of technical know-how and computer wizardry is essential. There’s something deeply alluring about high-quality macro photography, especially nature macro photography. We see these little creatures buzz and crawl past us every day, and most of us…

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The Photography Experience Of The Summer – Photography Article

The most basic requirement of taking a good photo is having a camera and for 100 years Olympus has been dedicated to getting as many people taking pictures as possible. Now they’re going one step further by teaming up with CreativeLive for an immersive online learning workshop streaming live August 14-16, 2019. Enjoy 3 free days of photography classes taught by a variety of outdoor and nature professionals covering topics such as location scouting, lens selection, light control, techniques for…

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500px Blog » This Week in Editors’ Choice: Water in motion, summer love, and starry nights – Photography Article

Each week, members of the 500px team curate eye-catching photography from our talented and diverse community in Editors’ Choice. This week’s curation highlights water in motion, summer love, and starry nights. Check out this week’s roundup of some of the most intriguing photography on 500px, handpicked by our Editors. Check out which photos are catching our Editors’ eyes today in Editors’ Choice! Not on 500px yet? Sign up here to explore more impactful photography. Related … This is only a…

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9 Tips For Beautiful Flower Macro Photography On iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

Do you want to take beautiful close up flower photos with your iPhone? With an iPhone macro lens, you can capture the intricate detail of even the smallest flowers. But to get high-quality sharp photos, you need to know a few tricks. In this tutorial, you’ll discover 9 secrets for shooting stunning flower macro photography with your iPhone. 1. Use A High-Quality iPhone Macro Lens For Beautifully Sharp Photos The built-in lenses of the iPhone camera aren’t suitable for extreme…

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8 Secrets For Incredible Insect Macro Photography On iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

Insect macro photography allows you to capture stunning close-up detail of tiny bugs. But how do you achieve such amazing images with your iPhone? Shooting iPhone macro photos of insects might sound challenging. But it doesn’t have to be. In this tutorial, you’ll discover 8 secrets for incredible insect macro photography with your iPhone. 1. Use A Good Quality iPhone Macro Lens The iPhone’s built-in camera lenses aren’t capable of capturing extreme close-up detail. So how do shoot close-up macro…

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This Time-Lapse of Alien-Like Marine Life Will Leave You Transfixed – Photography Article

Macro and time-lapse photography offer great ways of seeing the world in a different light; in ways the eyes on their own can’t replicate. I have to be honest though, the bar for time-lapses that interest me is now so high and so demanding, it’s only met once or twice per year. We have been so spoilt in recent times with staggeringly beautiful time-lapses that the night sky in a desert, a sunset in a beautiful setting, or a lightning…

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The Mesmerising Results of Shooting Macro Water Droplet Refractions – Photography Article

I have no qualms in admitting macro photography isn’t my thing, but these images stopped me in my ferocious scrolling. One photographer is sharing images he creates of water droplets refracting light from what is behind them. Click through for some of the most mesmerizing macro photos you’ve ever seen. Don Komarechka is a nature, macro, and landscape photographer located in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.  Teaching workshops on macro and nature photography, his portfolio is filled with some of the most…

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Macro Photography: The Universe at Our Feet – Photography Article

 Here is some exciting news for any macro photographer out there, Don Komarechka is working on a new book called Macro Photography: The Universe at Our Feet.If you’re into macro photography then you will no doubt know Don Komarechka’s work, if you’re not familiar with Don’s work then you’re in for a treat. Don Komarechka is a nature, macro, and landscape photographer located in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. From auroras to pollen, insects to infrared, much of Komarechka’s photographic adventures reveal…

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Photo Mystery | Tim’s Reflection Connection – iPhone Photography Article

This photo was shot with the iPhone X using the Moment 10mm Macro Lens1 . So, the million dollar question is: What is it? What is it? Here are some hints: It can and does get very cold when it is in use.It was a successfully funded a Kickstarter project.It has four different parts–well, maybe five.Each part has a specific function.Everyone should have and use one.I really enjoy mine, which is pictured above.It’s practical and functional.You could use it several…

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