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Photography.25

Macro photography - the world up close and personal!

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{Photography.25.854}: Coyote {coyote} Thu, 19 Jun 2014 14:14:24 CDT (17 lines)

Kitty, your macro shots are really great for a beginner. Were I there,
I could give you some pointers, depending on your subject matter. But,
I am self-taught so I just figured it out as I fumbled along. The more
time you spend in 'Tiny Land,' the more you'll see, and the better
you'll get at capturing it.

I usually tell people to get closer, and take several shots from
various angles. Sometimes just the quality of light you get from a
different angle (or a different time of day) can make a wonderful
difference.

Don't worry too much about creating a perfectly composed image right
now. Just focus on your subject. You can do the cropping later.

Please feel free to ask questions! It helps if you tell me your
camera's make and model. (Once upon a time, several of the Photography
Forum folks decided to put their camera info in their bio/profile.)

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