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Top 5 Tips to Better Macro Photography (Part 1)

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Use extention tubes if you don’t have a macro lens (23mm, f/4, 1/250 sec, 100 ISO, +0.3 EV)

Macro-photography has this little thing that makes it look magical!

Indeed, this technique transforms common objects into a strange or spectacular landscape. But as it is so small, it is often hard to see what we can get out of it. If you want to shoot insects, they’re quite hard to catch and don’t forget, the wind is your ennemy!

In order to make the most out of your new macro lens or extension tubes, here are 5 tips to improve your macro shots:

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16mm extension tube/ 24mm, f/4.5, 1/125 sec, 100 ISO, +1EV

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My Introduction (Christian M.) – Photographing the Macro World

Eclosion of Life: it’s a 2mm wide wild flower shot: 16mm (24mm FF equivalent), f/4.5, 1/80 sec, 100 ISO

Hi everyone,

First of all, I want to thank Edward T. for giving me the opportunity to collaborate with him on this website and share with you all my experience of photography.

Morning dew: 16mm(24mm FF equivalent) f/4.5, 1/60 sec, 250 ISO
Droplets Spree: 16mm(24mm FF equivalent) f/4.5, 1/60 sec, 250 ISO

So Hi, I’m Chris M. and I live in the Paris area. That being said, it is not relevant information as my photography style is about macro photography, natural landscapes and silhouetted subjects.

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