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Macro Photography

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Kirstin Krader

on 13 November 2012

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Transcript of Macro Photography

macro Photography! Is taking close up pictures of small things what is it? for this type of photography you have to get close to the subject, so you have to have a lens that can move far away from the sensor Equipment Thomas Shahan is a world known macro photographer Famous Macro
Photographer! "macro Photography!" Macro Photography! N.p., 2005. Web. 09 Nov. 2012. <http://www.thomasshahan.com/photos/>. Settings On
The Camera With these images, we can often see the tiny details of an object that were completely invisible before. Conclusion! To do macro photography you have to have special lenses extension tubes (moves the lens farther from the sensor) He mostly takes pictures of spiders and bugs Pentax K-x with either a vintage 28mm or 50mm prime Red Eye Tree Frog by Juza Farewell, Old Friends by MuffinMummy Cold Miner by LoedV by Sarah Long Maevia Inclemens by Thomas Shahan Holocephala Fusca by Thomas Shahan A tripod
3 Way geared head
Remote shutter release
Focusing rail
Dedicated macro 1:1 lens Essential Macro Gear! Usually $499.00! you want a steady tripod. because if you want the high quality of a professional photo you want you camera and your subject still Tips for A
good picture! "MacroPhotography Equipment:great Gear for Getting Close-up!" Macro Photography Equipment. N.p., 2010. Web. 09 Nov. 2012. <http://www.macro-photography-for-all.com/macro-photography-equipment.html>. Point and shoot cameras do have a macro option, if you take it seriously as a career or just want professional looking photos you want to invest in some dedicated macro equipment DIYPhotography.net." The Comprehensive Guide To Macro Photography. N.p., 2006. Web. 09 Nov. 2012. <http://www.diyphotography.net/the-comprehensive-guide-to-macro-photography>. Inexpensive
ways to-do
macro photography Work Cited Thanks
For
Watching! Because there is no depth of field you want the smallest possible aperture on the lens
A fast flash so it catches movement you want the focus area to cover the majority of you subject To do macro photography in a non expensive way is fairly easy here is some tips Instead of buying a macro lens use the one you have by reversing it Instead of buying an extension tube use a paper towel roll. extension tube can be from $10 to $300 Truth About
Macro Photography Very difficult Expensive in some ways Time consuming

Physically
exhausting
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