Amazing Abstract Macro Photography Tips

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Many people progress to macro photography after trying their hands at other forms of digital photography. In fact, more than a few folks have jumped right into becoming full-fledged macro photographers after having simply spent years taking traditional family photographs and maybe a few landscape shots over the years. But did you know that you can progress even further as a macro photographer by taking a more abstract approach to your craft?

If you’ve never thought about taking abstract macro photographs, today’s lesson by Kathie Nichols may help to put you on a whole new path. When you get up close and in tight on your shots, as we always do in macro photography, you begin to see patterns, shapes and new perspectives on seemingly everyday objects. Pay attention to these abstract macro photography tips to see what we mean…


Did you see some of the cool abstract images Kathie was able to capture by zooming in on some pretty standard fare? When you get past the surface, as it were, and really start to choose some interesting subjects for your macro photographs, you’re sure to create some very cool abstract images that will have your viewing audience talking for some time to come.

Remember, though, that you really need to take a look at the world around you for inspiration. Don’t pass up the opportunity to take a memorable abstract shot, simply because you don’t think a particular object would make a good subject. By changing your frame of reference, lighting choices or some basic camera/lens settings, you could very well turn an otherwise mundane photograph subject into a virtual abstract work of art.

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Recommended reading –
‘Digital Abstract & Macro Photography’

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