Tips from a Veteran Macro Photographer

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Getting started with macro photography can sometimes seem like a daunting task. There’s just so much that you need to know. There are hundreds of different cameras to choose from, lots of different lenses available, and a whole lot of different techniques that you need to master. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get just a little bit of guidance from a more experienced, seasoned macro photographer?

In today’s video lesson you are going to glean some insight, information and helpful tips from someone who has specialized in macro photography for a very long time. You’ll learn some essentials about depth of field, finding the right subjects and basically how to overcome the hurdles that some new macro photographers end up stumbling over during their early days as a photographer. Take a look at this video by FocusCamera(Eljay) to get some great macro photography tips…



Eljay really spills the beans in this macro photography tutorial, doesn’t he? It’s nice to get some insight from someone who knows the game inside and out. And who would have thought that one could take so many great macro photographs simply by walking around the great city of New York? It’s amazing to see how many wonderful macro photography subjects exist, if we would just take the time to slow down and look at the world from a different perspective…

If you enjoyed learning the ropes from an experienced pro in today’s macro photography lesson please do your fellow photographers a big favor by letting them know about this video lesson. You can do that in one simple step. Take just a second of your time to click on the Share button and you’ll help other macro photographers to learn the ropes from an experienced, professional macro photographer… Thanks!

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