What is macro photography?Macro photography is extremely close up photographythat captures the details of an object. It most often hasthe lens bigger than the subject of the image.
Examples Of MacroThis is a nice macro shot of two ladybugs fromJohn Carbone on gettyimages.com
This is a great macro shot of an eye by Tatiana Maktora onshutterstock.com! I really like the way the yellow and blue look
THIS BUTTERFLY PICTURE IS A GREAT MACRO EXAMPLE BECAUSE YOU CAN SEE GREAT DETAIL IN THE WINGS AND ON THE FLOWER! IT CAN BE FOUND AT: http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-9943284-clearwing-butterfly-greta- oto.php?st=1482fbe
THIS COLORED PENCIL PHOTO REALLY CAPTURES THE CONCEPT OFMACRO PHOTOGRAPHY BY SHOWING THE DETAILS IN THE WOOD OF EACH PENCIL. IT IS BY MAX RIESGO ON SHUTTERSTOCK.COM
THIS PICTURE OF A RAINBOW CRAB IS ANOTHER GREAT EXAMPLE OFMACRO PHOTOGRAPHY BECAUSE IT CAPTURES ALL THE DETAILS OF THE CRABS SHELL! BY TORMIK TOPUS ON SHUTTERSTOCK.COM
Macro photography is done well in this photo. The way you can see eachwisp of the dandelion shows how close the photographer got! It can be found on shutterstock.com by Svetlana Lukiento
What You Need for Macro PhotographyMacro photography can’t be shot with film cameraswe used in the beginning of the year. While point andshoot cameras can work, but single-lens reflexcameras are the best. They have special lenses thatcan capture extreme close up detail that other lensescan’t.
What I can shoot for macro5 items that I can take pictures of in my macrophotography shoot are: An eyeball Jewelry plants/leaves A pet fabric