What are some tips you can use when taking close-up photos (or macro photography)?
- Martin SLv 78 months ago
If it's not good enough you're not close enough.
- SumiLv 78 months ago
Learn how to focus stack
Understand what depth of field is and how to control it
Use a good sturdy tripod along with a macro focusing rail
Using a 1:1 macro lens produces the best results. A 50mm 1:1 macro is good for copy work. Longer focal length macro lenses such as a 100mm or 180mm are better for insects because these lenses allow you to get further away from the subject where you're not likely to spook it. 50mm/100mm/180mm macro lenses with a 1:1 reproduction will all produce the same image, it's just as the focal length increases you will be further away. 100mm lenses are very popular because they double as a great portrait lens.
go on to youtube and do a keyword search for macro photography.
- GregLv 78 months ago
What is the point of not reading YOU assignment but instead posting every question that YOU are supposed to answer based on YOUR reading assignment here? If you do not want to learn photography, do not take a photography class.
- qrkLv 78 months ago
My problem is not getting bit when doing macro shots of a rattle snake.
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- Anonymous8 months ago
Zoom in to the boy’s crotch area
- cmac'mLv 58 months ago
Read your book, do your own homework
- 8 months ago
I don't know how, I just use AF