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Getting creative with your photography at home
Are you nuts? You can’t use AF-C for macro photography!
The Sunday Shutter: December 22, 2019
Photographing fall leaves with your macro lens outdoors
Photographing fall leaves with your macro lens indoors
The drop heard ’round the world, part one
Photographing macro flowers in a natural setting
Photographer of the Day: Mary Wardell
Photographer of the Day: David Edenfield
Photographer of the Day: Jose Matutina
Summer photography fun with kids: Traffic lights
Photographer of the Day: Andrzej Figlewicz

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Photographing macro flowers in a natural setting

In this video, Joseph Linaschke shows us best practices for capturing macro flower photographs in a natural setting. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. When you start shooting macro, one of the first things that’ll come to

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Macro | Photographer: Mary WardellCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Mary Wardell

Category: Macro Photographer: Mary Wardell Photo: “2019-01-18 Rainy day close-up!” This photograph of a raindrop getting ready to drip is what I love to see in macro. It shows some action and gives a distinct focal point. In this case, it

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Macro | Photographer: David EdenfieldCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: David Edenfield

Category: Macro Photographer: David Edenfield Photo: “Reaching Out..” David’s flower photograph is a perfect example of why macro is such an effective medium. By having a shallow depth of field, it really makes the object (in this case a flower) shine.

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Macro | Photographer: Jose MatutinaCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Jose Matutina

Category: Macro Photographer: Jose Matutina Photo: “Bee Sees Flower” This macro capture of a bee whizzing towards a flower is a common sight amongst macro photographs. You can see the detail of the bee, and of the flower, in ways not

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Summer photography fun with kids: Traffic lights

Looking for some fun photographic ideas for kids this summer? Try melting some different colored icypoles (what we call popsicles in Australia) and capture the fun. I used red, green and orange (just like traffic lights). It can also be

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Macro | Photographer: Andrzej FiglewiczCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Andrzej Figlewicz

Category: Macro Photographer: Andrzej Figlewicz Photo: “Juggling Fly” This photograph of the Lucilia Sericata — known as the common green bottle fly — showcases the immense detail that is often presented by macro images. Here, the fly is enjoying some sugar

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Macro | Photographer: EVO GTCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: EVO GT

Category: Macro Photographer: EVO GT Photo: “VW Camper Sunset at the Dunes” Macro is defined by showing the up-close likeness of an object in an image. In this photograph by EVO GT, he takes a Volkswagen camper toy and creates a

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Photographing macro flowers in a natural setting

In this video, Joseph Linaschke shows us best practices for capturing macro flower photographs in a natural setting. For more LinkedIn Learning videos about photography, click here. When you start shooting macro, one of the first things that’ll come to

Read More
Macro | Photographer: Mary WardellCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Mary Wardell

Category: Macro Photographer: Mary Wardell Photo: “2019-01-18 Rainy day close-up!” This photograph of a raindrop getting ready to drip is what I love to see in macro. It shows some action and gives a distinct focal point. In this case, it

Read More
Macro | Photographer: David EdenfieldCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: David Edenfield

Category: Macro Photographer: David Edenfield Photo: “Reaching Out..” David’s flower photograph is a perfect example of why macro is such an effective medium. By having a shallow depth of field, it really makes the object (in this case a flower) shine.

Read More
Macro | Photographer: Jose MatutinaCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Jose Matutina

Category: Macro Photographer: Jose Matutina Photo: “Bee Sees Flower” This macro capture of a bee whizzing towards a flower is a common sight amongst macro photographs. You can see the detail of the bee, and of the flower, in ways not

Read More
Julie Powell_lights

Summer photography fun with kids: Traffic lights

Looking for some fun photographic ideas for kids this summer? Try melting some different colored icypoles (what we call popsicles in Australia) and capture the fun. I used red, green and orange (just like traffic lights). It can also be

Read More
Macro | Photographer: Andrzej FiglewiczCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Andrzej Figlewicz

Category: Macro Photographer: Andrzej Figlewicz Photo: “Juggling Fly” This photograph of the Lucilia Sericata — known as the common green bottle fly — showcases the immense detail that is often presented by macro images. Here, the fly is enjoying some sugar

Read More
Macro | Photographer: EVO GTCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: EVO GT

Category: Macro Photographer: EVO GT Photo: “VW Camper Sunset at the Dunes” Macro is defined by showing the up-close likeness of an object in an image. In this photograph by EVO GT, he takes a Volkswagen camper toy and creates a

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Why are there so many lens choices?

Why are there so many lens choices for your camera? The simple answer is that every photographer sees the world differently requiring the use of different focal length lenses. Different photographers, different lens choice For example, landscape photographers typically use

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Weekly Wrap-Up: December 23-29, 2018

The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published this week on Photofocus. This week we talked about getting started with your new camera, photographing Christmas morning, macro photography tips, sharpening using Perfectly Clear Complete and more! We hope you have a

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