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Macro Lenses

What is the best macro lens for you?

We have all the Macro Lenses on the market available to you. This category has Nikon Macro Lens options, Nikon macro is also known as micro by the way. We have Canon Macro Lens options. There are Sigma Macro Lenses and Tamron Macro Lenses too, although these are more often "close up" lenses than Macro 1:1 lenses. We even have the Olympus Macro Lens, Pentax Macro Lenses and Samyang Macro Lens range.

Macro Photography for beginners. An Eye Opener!

I ought to provide you with this warning that Macro photography once you get going, is highly addictive. You will observe things and details you had never considered possible when you explore the miniature world that surrounds all of us everyday.

What exactly is Macro Photography and Close up Photography? To put the correct answer in simple terms, Macro is the face on a insect that is sitting upon a flower. Close up is the flower with the exact same thing sitting on with it posing for the photo.

As always you can find a multitude of macro lens alternatives from those macro lenses produced by your camera company which made your digital slr . . . to third party macro lenses manufacturers such as Tamron and Sigma. Make sure to pick-up the lens that matches your personal wish for photo quality, photo composition and lens price particularly if you are confined by a rigid price range.

So you now have your new macro lens, what exactly are you going to photograph? One of the best things about owning a macro lens is that there is a never ending range of things you can photograph. Diving into macro photography will help you become a quasi detective as you search for increasingly more tiny and previously silent and invisible things of amazing detail.

One extremely important factor to keep in mind when taking macro photographs is the liberal use of control over the macro lenses depth of field. Should you have little if any light or would like to blow out the back ground you are going to open the macro lenses aperture up wide to very wide. That will let in much more light however it's going to mean that the area of the bug you are focusing on will be sharp however a millimetre in front and behind is going to be blurry. Make your adjustment when necessary and remember that you might have to introduce some extra light from for instance a macro ring flash.

Over time you will discover that you can't manage without a tripod that best suits your macro photography. Camera shake and movements in general is but one aspect of macro photos which simply can't be overlooked.

Heading right into the world of macro photography for a novice is a little like leaping into the deep water of a pool and screaming 'teach me to swim'. Should you be a boots and all type of person though, why don't you do this. Nothing ventured nothing gained.


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