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The Ultimate Guide to Macro Bug Photography - Photography Tutorial

This tutorial will go through steps you need to take to get incredible macro shots of bugs. There are different settings to get each shot... but in this tutorial I go over what I prefer to do to ensure a more eye-appealing shot.

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How to Take Shots of Flowers - Photography Tutorial

Getting your gear together and in working order, choosing the right lens, having a tripod set up and then preparing to take the image. Pause and examine your subject before pressing the shutter. Let's see some question you should ask yourself and get into more details.


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Detailed Lesson On Macro and Close-ups - Photography Tutorial

This tutorial will introduce you to basic macro photography. Most of the images on this site were taken with a Canon PowerShot S3. When accessory lenses are needed, we typically use either a Raynox DCR-250 or a Raynox MSN-202 close-up lens. We'll try to cover various lighting techniques. Some of the images you'll see have obvious mistakes. We'll offer suggestions to keep you from making the same mistakes. Since this site is going to cover mainly basic macro-photography on a budget, we'll try to show you how to get the most of the on-board flash. This means that you'll see lots of different home-made flash diffusers.


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10 Must-Know Golden Rules of Macros - Photography Tutorial

One of the simplest and more satisfying types of photography is of course, macro photography. Macro photography is defined as the close up focus of a subject with the use of a strong lens. You need a lens that can focus at a 1:1 ratio. An example is the use of the 35mm camera. You focus on an object that will fit into the screen as 24×36mm because this is the area size in the film. The Subject will be the exact same size as the image on the film, negative or slide. The joy of macro photography is that you are able to notice all of the great detail in a subject that you may have never noticed before, that makes the subject even more intriguing.


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Beginner Tips on How to Take Macro Photos - Photography Tutorial

Close-up photography, or macro photography as it is sometimes incorrectly called, is a genre of photography that many want to try as they learn digital photography. Close-up photography can be very expensive but there is a way of starting on a budget.


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Macro Equipment Guide and Tips - Photography Tutorial

There are a number of ways to get into macro photography ranging from inexpensive to outrageously expensive. Tough decisions to make, especially for someone that doesn’t make their living from photography.

If you decide you want to explore macro photography you have a number of options. We have listed these options starting with what we would consider to be the best equipment for the job. This doesn’t mean that buying a dedicated macro lens will always be better than extension rings but in general you will get the best results by going this way.


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Macro Shots - Photography Video Tutorial

This video shows you in simple steps how to do close-up using Micro-Nikkor and third-party close-up lenses and how to do 1:1 magnification. Remember, this tutorial is for controlled situations (which means we won't show you how to do bugs, portraits, or pets at 1:1 magnification). Enjoy!


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Cool Macro Trick - Photography Video Tutorial

Use a couple of your existing lenses to create a super macro lens.


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Focus Stacking - A Macro Technique - Photography Video Tutorial

Here's a short guide to shooting several photographs to make an ultra sharp close focus shot. We will explain how to shoot, and then what software will combine the shots to give you ultra sharp results.


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Macro Shooting - Photography Video Tutorial

This video shows you in simple steps how to do close-up using Micro-Nikkor and third-party close-up lenses and how to do 1:1 magnification. Remember, this tutorial is for controlled situations (which means we won't show you how to do bugs, portraits, or pets at 1:1 magnification). Enjoy!


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Intro to Macro Shooting - Photography Video Tutorial

Intro to Macro Photography Tutorial.


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