Small subjects, endless creative possibilities. That’s what macro photography often offers to many photographers regardless of level and skills.
The ability to control almost the entire scene due to the relatively small subject, often static, allows many photographers to train their composition and technical skills intensively without the nuances of a larger subject or scene.
The video below covers the fundamental basics on macro photography from the type of gear you should be investing and most basic settings to use to get started. Check it out.
Mark Wallace of Adorama TV breaks it down for you.
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