Thursday, June 30, 2011
The way I figure it, if I just keep looking at good pictures for long enough some of it may rub off on me – even if it has to be sub-consciously. So, when I saw a group of photos using the "Macro Technique" I thought that they might could use a closer look.
Macro photography is all about capturing things up close, usually involving special lenses designed specifically for this task. However, I notice that most new digital cameras come with some sort of "macro" setting, although usually require some actual reading of the instructions in order to find it.
Macro lenses are very good at capturing the smallest of details on tiny objects; which, when you get into it, just may astound you with how much most of us don't even notice.
[As before, these are full photographs so be patient while they load. You can click on the photograph to open the full image.]