Close-up and high-magnification photography is like turning everything up to 11. Depth of field is minimal, shutter speeds must be fast, and ISO has to be perfectly balanced to even get a clear shot. So, does this incredibly hard discipline make you a better photographer? Or will it just leave you confused and frustrated with your kit?
Macro photography isn’t just stacked images of insects and flowers. Sometimes you want to get creative and nothing makes for better abstract images than extreme close-ups.
With most of us stuck at home without our normal shoots to keep us busy, you might be looking for projects that can keep your technical skills sharp and the creative juices flowing. Macro photography is a fantastic genre to dive into right now, and this excellent video will show you five different projects you can try while you are at home.
Viral sensation, Jordi Koalitic, is back with some more unique photography concepts for you to try, and as always, they’re pretty damn good.
Many of us are struggling to come up with ideas for photos while stuck in the house, so any suggestions are warmly welcomed!
The lockdown has left a lot of us itching for something to shoot as we are unable to travel or meet with clients. If you are one of those people, you should consider the world waiting to be unlocked by simply photographing the flowers around your yard. This great video discusses the joy of the process and the great images you can create.
If you are currently stuck at home and looking for something to shoot, macro photography can open up a world of possibilities all around your house. This great video will give you five tips to get started.
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