[ATTENTION PHOTOGRAPHERS] This Is What Your Closeups Are Lacking
Are you interested in closeup and macro photography but you don’t know how to get started? Perhaps you’ve already got yourself a nice macro lens and you’ve started experimenting with different kinds of macro subjects. You really don’t need a lot of fancy equipment to get good results, but there is one thing that immediately separates the beginner macro shots from the professional ones. It’s the use of light in the photos.
The simplest way to upgrade your closeups and macro shots is to change the lighting. When you are doing product photography or just simply want to make your macro images pop out, you need your photos to have that lovely, even light – whether it’s natural light or created in a studio.
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You can get great results by trying out natural light near the window, or using different kinds of light modifiers on your speedlight. But this tutorial will help you really take your macro photography to the next level.
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