Get Bitten by the Macro Photography Bug

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Did you know that every year an estimated 7,000 to 10,000 new species of bugs are identified by scientists? That’s pretty amazing, isn’t it? But let’s not stop there, as there are some even more amazing statistics to consider. There are already 800,000+ species that have been identified. And scientists believe that there could be up to 10 million more just waiting to be discovered. In fact, we are pretty much always in close vicinity to some type of creepy crawler, no matter where we go in this world!

So what gives with all these bug facts on a website that’s dedicated to photography? It is really pretty simple: There are so many interesting bugs co-populating the world with us, that it would be a shame to not learn how to best photograph these tiny subjects. For years now, macro photographers have stayed plenty busy shooting bugs, so we thought it was high time someone presented a lesson on how to do so properly.

If you have been wanting to capture better bug photos, today is your day! Check out this macro photography lesson to learn everything you need to know to become an expert bug photographer in no time…

Today’s lesson really did include quite a bit of information. In fact, this macro photography tutorial clocks in at just about an hour, so there are plenty of good tips, tricks and theory to keep you busy for some time to come. And even if you don’t plan on heading out to shoot insect photographs in the near future, you had to enjoy taking a look at some of the interesting bug shots that were included in this video tutorial.

The bottom line is that most of us will never shoot a photograph of an as-of-yet-to-be-named insect species, but that should not deter any of us from taking more photos of bugs this year. You never know when you’ll encounter a bug – either out in field or in your house – but it sure is nice to know that you’ll be ready to take some great insect photographs using the skills you just learned, now, isn’t it?

Want to share your love of taking macro photographs of insects? If so, please click on the Share button. This will allow you to pass along this macro photography tutorial to all your friends, family members and fellow macro photographers.

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