Using a Flash for Macro Photography

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using a flash for macro photographyMacro photography is fun, but demanding. Many people start off as macro photographers, not realizing how much technical knowledge they will have to acquire over the years. After a bit of practice, though, you will find that acquiring the knowledge and skills you need are part of the fun of being a macro photographer. And since we want to make the process of improving your macro photography game simpler and more enjoyable, we have decided to share this helpful video tutorial by Chris Corradino on using a flash for macro photography.

If you have been heading out the garden or local parks to shoot flowers, insects or other nature photographs, we think today’s lesson will help shed some light on the subject (both literally and figuratively) of how to shoot better macro photographs…


Using a flash isn’t the be-all-end-all of shooting the best macro photographs. You still need to consider ISO, shutter speed and aperture settings when you are out on a shoot. However, if you’ve noticed that your macro photographs of flowers, plants, insects or other subjects just haven’t been up to par lately, using the smart flash tips from this video tutorial should help you to create photographs that are balanced, vibrant and detailed.

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