Macro Photography Ideas for Macro Photographers

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Have you found that you’ve been falling into a rut with your macro photography lately? Do you ever get just a little bit burned out taking what seems to be the same photograph over and over again? If you have been searching for a little bit of inspiration and some new ideas for shooting macro photographs, then today is your lucky day! We have managed to find a great macro photography tutorial that should help to stoke your creative fires for your upcoming macro photography shoots.

What you’re about to witness are some great ideas that should help you create some unforgettable photographs in the very near future. With just a handful of ordinary objects and a little bit of water, you can create some shooting scenarios that are out of this world. Take a look at how one photographer has managed to find serious inspiration and killer photography ideas in today’s macro photography video lesson.


What do you think about some of the cool ideas that Paul shared in this insightful and informative macro photography tutorial? They always say that necessity is the mother of invention. And if you’ve got just a bit of ingenuity (which we all possess, by the way) you can take these ideas and replicate them in your home studio. Heck, you can even run with these basic ideas and come up with some fascinating macro photography ideas of your own.

A simple trip to the local craft store and a running faucet in your home is really all that you need to put the tips and tricks from this photography tutorial into action. Be sure to get some bright props to use in conjunction with your water photographs, and you may very well find that you are soon capturing the kinds of photographs that people love and can’t help but share with their friends on social networking sites.

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