Introduction to Macro Photography: Getting Started

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Every hobby or pastime activity that people ultimately come to master usually starts of pretty innocently. For example, many people become skilled macro photographers by way of simply liking to snap photos here and there. Before too long, though, they find out about how much fun it is to take extremely close-up photographs of bugs, plants, flowers and other small objects. After a while the passion to become a better macro photographer kicks in and many people find that there’s nothing in life they’d rather do than to head out in the field with their photography gear by their side.

But what about those folks who are thinking about learning macro photography, or just getting started? How do you learn more about this fascinating hobby all by yourself? Well, luckily for you, you don’t have to. We have put together today’s macro photography tutorial to help introduce new photographers to the enjoyable and challenging world of macro photography. Watch this introduction to macro photography video and get a glimpse into the journey of a macro photographer…



Like anything else that you learn in life, it’s very helpful to have informed, experienced teachers and mentors to guide you along your path as you get started with macro photography. And that’s why macro photography videos and tutorials, like today’s video post, are so helpful. You get to glean knowledge and learn how some of the best macro photographers got started with macro photography, right from the comfort of your own home or office.John, the instructor from today’s macro photography lesson, really has his work cut out for him, and has found his own niche in the world of macro photography. You may not be that far along yet, but we hope the things that he shared with you in today’s video helps to stoke your passion for becoming the best macro photographer that you can be in the very near future.

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You may be interested in the next episode of this video –
1. What Type of Macro Photographer are you?

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