Stunning Macro Photography of the Human Eye

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If you’ve checked out any of the posts on this website you know that we always like to keep you informed and trained with all the best macro photography tutorials. There comes a time, however, when all photographers must step away from the technical learning and get their creative batteries charged; a time when you need to get inspired to take new macro photographs. Today’s post is all about giving you a little bit of inspiration for photographing a subject you may not have considered before – the human eye!

Chances are you have two eyes in your head and know dozens of people who are likewise equipped. This means that you have lots of potential subjects to capture during your upcoming macro photography shoots. Still not sure if you’ll enjoy taking magnified photographs of peoples’ eyes? Then take a look at today’s inspirational macro photography of the human eye video post.



Here are some facts you need to keep in mind about the human eye:

• The eyes are the source that detects all the light around you, allowing you to see the world that you live in.
• Like your camera, the human eye has a part that helps it focus, called the lens.
• Other than the brain, the human eye may very well be the most complex organ in the human body.
• A normal human eye can detect over 2.5 million color variations.

We could go on and on with this list, as our eyes really are wonders. Beside all the technical information we just shared with you, however, eyes are wonderful to use as macro photography subjects simply because they are so beautiful. Whether you’re talking about brown, green, blue or some shade in between, there are so many different types of eyes to photograph that a photographer could easily spend every day shooting different macro photographs of the human eye.

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Recommended reading –
How to Create Stunning Digital Photography

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