Macro photography has been surging in popularity, especially online with social media and internet marketplaces. No matter what your area of interest is, you'll find techniques in this book to create strong macro images in it. Readers will learn how to creatively solve common, specific close-up and macro photography problems in a wide range of areas. But while lighting, lenses, equipment and techniques are discussed in detail for each image, so is the creative process. Why compose it in this way? Why is this angle better than another? Why would you want everything in focus for one photo, but only a small area for another? Readers will be given guidance so they can answer these questions for their own photography.I used a Ray Flash that I attach to my Nikon SB-800 speedlight. With the Ray Flash I use either aperture priority or manual exposure on the camera. Either way I have control over the aperture setting and therefore my depth of field, and stillanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Amherst Media - 2014-07-21|