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Macro Mobile Photography

Macro Mobile Photography
Macro Mobile Photography

Macro Mobile 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. Macro photography 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.

5 Camera Settings That All Macro Photographers Should Know

1:- Manual Focus :- Manual focus is one of the most important tools in a macro photographer’s toolkit.

2:- Aperture Priority or Manual Mode:- There’s no way around this.

3:- Live View:- Live View is useful in macro photography for a few reasons.

4:-Burst Mode

5:- Two-Second Self-Timer.

Tips for Macro Mobile Photography

? Adjust Exposure Manually

When you tap on the subject to focus on
them, the camera will also use the focus point to set the exposure in the shot.
Exposure simply refers to how bright or
dark the image is. Allowing the camera to set exposure on the focus point isn’t always ideal.For example, if the subject is in a dark
area of the frame, this could lead to the
overall image being over-exposed (too
bright) or vice versa.

? Set the Focus

The most important thing to look out for
when taking a photo is to make sure that
your subject is in sharp focus. To set the
focus on the iPhone camera you simply
tap the screen where your subject is in the
frame. A small yellow square will appear to confirm the focus point. If your subject is moving around, make sure you tap the screen just before you take the shot to ensure that they are in focus.

? Details Details Details

A quick fix for this is to reach out in front of the device and hold my hand parallel to the finer subject that I want to capture. I then double check composition and manually lock focus on my hand before r emoving it from the frame to take the shot.This almost always results in a
surprisingly crisp photo of the detail I want to isolate.

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