Creative Macro Photography Ideas – Lemon Slice Video Tutorial

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Creative Macro Photography Ideas - Lemon Slice

Creative Macro Photography Ideas – Lemon Slice

Today we are sharing creative macro photography ideas on lemon slices. We previously came across this video tutorial by Bryan Peterson a few years ago. Although it is a little ‘old’ we wanted to share it with you still as it is very easy to follow and you are guaranteed to have a lot of fun!

In our previous post (How To Take Macro Photos In The Kitchen), we talked about photographing the texture and details of a sliced fruit. eg. An orange. This video tutorial extends on that concept and will give your photo a whole new dimension. To complete this tutorial, you will require the following –

Photography Equipment Required:

  • Camera
  • Macro Lens
  • Tripod (if possible). If you do not have a tripod, you can try propping your camera onto a flat surface.
  • Reflector (if possible). If you do not have one, you can achieve a very similar result by trying to reflect light off a white T-Shirt. Alternatively, find another spot that is nicely lit or use a table lamp.

Other Equipment Required:

  • Glass vase that has a flat surface
  • A bottle of sparkling water
  • A fresh lemon- You will only need a slice. Make sure you choose one that’s fleshy!
  • Clothes line peg
  • Background color/pattern paper or material

 

Creative Macro Photography Ideas With Lemon Slice – Step by Step Video Tutorial



Remember to add this to your list of creative macro photography ideas! If you think this sounds like a fun project to try, please Like it and share with your family and friends!

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