Macro photography, is extreme close-up photography, usually of very small subjects and living organisms like insects, in which the size of the subject in the photograph is greater than life size and it allows you to explore and share worlds you never knew existed – however, it’s often viewed as complicated and a bit overwhelming. But, macro photography doesn’t need to be so daunting and it can really be quite a lot of fun.
The best part about macro photography to me is that you can take world-class images literally in your backyard. It’s also one of the best cures for “photographer’s block
because you never know what you might find, and there’s just so much to be inspired by.
Many photographers today want to know how to take macro pictures, thanks to a growing number of beautiful images online of small plants, animals, and insects. Macro photography is not always easy, especially for beginners, but it is one of the most rewarding genres of photography you can do. With the right skills, you will be able to capture amazing images even in your own backyard.
5 Camera settings that all Macro Photographers should know :-
👉 Manual Focus.
👉 Aperture priority or Manual Mode.
👉 Live View.
👉 Burst Mode.
👉 Two Second Self Timer.
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