Close-Up Photography

Macro Photography Resources

If you were able to join us for the Club meeting we held last week via Zoom (April 9, 2020), you’ll remember that a few of the club leaders shared what is in their gear bag for macro photography.  We hope it was interesting and sparked some new ideas for you.  Our goal was to get your creative juices flowing for the “Small Bits & Details” macro-themed photo submission due on May 9th, 2020.  Given the short time-frame allowed for the Zoom meeting, we weren’t able to provide any specifics on macro photography, so we promised to provide you with some additional resources.  So here they are!

You’ll see three short presentations here if you need help getting started on macro photography.  And even if you’ve been doing macro for a while, you still might find it interesting to browse through these.  You are free to download them, if you wish. 

For creative ideas on WHAT to shoot, all you have to do is an internet search on “creative macro photography”, and you’ll get oodles of ideas.  Here’s one such site:  https://expertphotography.com/17-macro-photography-ideas/

Best of luck in your macro adventure.  Sometimes it’s really fun to look closely and see things you never noticed before!  Rather than the “big picture”, it’s the “little picture”, up close and personal. 

Tracey R. Rice
President, Peachtree Corners Photography Club

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