“7 Steps to Get Started With Macro Photography”

Street & Macro are my favorite methods. Unfortunately, they’re not always my best :).

Maybe you just read Kafka’s Metamorphosis and completely missed the point. Or maybe landscapes are just too vast and expansive for you. Whatever it may be, you want to expand your photography horizons and macro photography is something you’ve been interested in.  

Macro photography, for those not in the know, is “producing photographs of small items larger than life size.” You know, those super close up and detailed photos of little insects or flowers–that’s macro photography.

The good news is that a lot of the same general rules of photography are still going to apply with macro. The bad news is that it is a different category of photography and there is still a learning curve to the process. But don’t worry, you’ll get the hang of it.

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