The infographic follows the step by step rules of macro photography beginning from lens focal length & depth to aperture settings. As it wraps up the lesson on macro photography it suggests alternative ways of shooting macro without a proper macro lens.
"Another Vision" by Kristina Buceatchi. This photograph drew me in because it is so different from your typical flower and bee type macro shots. I think that the composition is so simple, but the intense detail in the cat really draws the viewer in. The eye sort of directs the focus up and into the negative space and then back to the overall subject. The contrast between the smooth texture of the eye and the fur is very distinct and offers a lot of interest in the photo.
Macro Photography Tips for Point and Shoot Digital Cameras
If you want to learn how to take photos similar to this one of ladybugs, click through to this article on "Macro Photography Tips for Point and Shoot Digital Cameras." (Link for part two of the article is at the bottom of the page.)
If you read my site, I’m sure you know how much I love macro photography. It can be one of the more challenging types of photography to succeed at. Here’s some basic techniques and the tools required to get started. The best part is, you don’t even have to buy an expensive macro lens to take great macro shots.
The best macro lenses for Canon and Nikon DSLRs in 2017