How to take Better Nature Themed Macro Photographs
To the uninitiated, it might seem that a macro photographer simply drives to the local park and starts snapping away in order to capture dazzling up-close photographs of the natural world. Any macro photographer who has spent time shooting photographs of insects, plants, flowers and other nature-based subjects will tell you differently, though. There’s a lot more to shooting nice photographs out in the field than simply taking of your lens cap and snapping away.
When you head out to a local park or natural reserve to take macro photographs, you get up-close-and-personal with your surroundings. Sometimes you may find yourself bellow down in grass, leaves or even mud in order to capture that perfect image. If you’re looking for some instruction on how to immerse yourself in nature, while still taking memorable photographs, just take a look at this helpful macro photography tutorial…
The park where this tutorial was shot, Hocking Hills State Park in Ohio, is very well known for being a tranquil, beautiful location where vacationers often get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for long weekends or extended vacations. One look at the amazing shots Jim was able to capture at this park is evidence that his efforts to get up close to the plants and flowers that abound in this park definitely paid off.
If you’re looking to spend more time in the great outdoors for your photo shoots, we’re sure this is one photography tutorial that you’ll learn from and put to good use in the very near future. And by using the tips shared in this video lesson, you can be sure your upcoming nature photographs are sure to be better than ever!
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