In the previous blog post important concepts and terms in photography were given a brief summary of what macro photography is. In this post we will dig deeper in our knowledge of the subject and share both tips and tricks, but also what equipment can come in handy in macro photography.
For those who have not previously encountered the concept of “macro photography” it means close-up photography where the size is 1: 1 on a subject or small details. There are ways to shoot without a macro lens but for best results I recommend investing in one. If you do not want to start investing in a macro lens, you can test close-up filters. They are a bit like a magnifying glass that you put on your lens. Its the same as with all purchases you make of filters that you put on your lens that purchase an as expensive as you can aford so that you are not disappointed with the image quality.