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4 Tips for Macro Photography

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Macro Photography is tough. Even with a proper equipment lens, it is hard to photograph such tiny subjects. Here are few tips to get you started.

Inexpensive Macro Gear Alternatives

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Lace Andersen gives us two inexpensive Macro Gear alternatives to get you started with close-up photography.

Landscape Photography Workflow: Sea Urchin

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Landscape photography workflow often requires an out-of-the-box thinking especially when shooting challenging subject like sea urchins.

Reflectors for Flower Photography

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One of the most versatile, inexpensive and convenient ways light for your macro photography is with reflectors.

Getting Started with Macro Photography

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Professional photography Mike Moat shares his tips about getting started with Macro Photography

Tips for Finding Macro Subjects

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Here is a very simple tip that Jay uses to find Macro subject for his nature photography.

Why I Love a Drizzly Day

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Yesterday, I woke up to a drizzly, overcast morning... and I couldn't stop smiling. The fact is, I love days like that. They are absolutely ripe with opportunity.

Pay Attention to Negative Space

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Learn to focus on your subject and avoid the distractions caused by negative space.

Bouncing the Light for Macro Photography

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In this short video, Varina Patel gives a quick tip about how she handles light on her subject using a simple reflector.

Riding the plane of focus

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In this short video, Varina offers a bit of simple advice for making the most of a very narrow depth of field.

A Leg Up on Macro Photography

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Have you ever tried to compose a photo with a tiny subject through a macro lens? Here is how we do it.

Capturing Details in Moving Subjects

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Every time a wave came in, the foam would crash against the rocks – bursting in a strange, monochrome fireworks display that seemed surreal in its complexity.