Improving your Outdoor Macro Photography Skills

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You can take impressive macro photographs of just about anything. We’ve seen amazing shots of subjects ranging from snowflakes to watch machinery, and everything in between. It’s this diversity of potential subjects that makes macro photography such an enjoyable pastime for so many people. You can literally shoot every, single day and never run out of things to photograph.

However, despite all the variety of subjects available, it is often those outdoor macro photography subjects – insects, spiders, butterflies, flowers and plants – that remain some of the most popular macro photography subjects for photographers of all levels. And there’s more to shooting great nature macro photos than simply walking outside and randomly clicking away. Today, we are sharing a video featuring Canadian photographer, Don Komarechka. In this video, he teaches us how to take our outdoor macro photography to a whole new level. A word of warning before you watch the video – the quality of sound and video starts off poorly but it does improve… Make sure you pay attention to the thought process that Don goes through for each of his shot!


We watched this entire macro photography tutorial as we were putting this post together for you. And we do have to admit that the video and audio quality of this piece leaves a little bit to be desired. That being said, however, you really should focus more on the techniques and tips being shared in this video, as you will surely find some stuff that will help to make your next outdoor photo shoot more productive.

Remember, everyone has their own, unique take on macro photography. It’s important to see what instructors have to offer during their video lessons, and then take the bits and pieces that you think will help to elevate your photography skills. So try incorporating a few of the tips shared in this macro photography tutorial and see if they don’t help you to create more memorable and creative outdoor macro photographs!

We hope you enjoyed this in depth macro photography lesson. Be sure to pass this information along to other photographers by clicking on the Share button on this post!

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