Using a Reflector for Macro Photography

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Have you ever taken a photograph and then noticed that a rogue reflection pretty much ruined the shot? If so, then you know all about the power of reflected light, albeit the negative power. But what if you could harness the power of a reflection to make your macro photographs look better? Would you say that’s a skill that every macro photographer should learn to master?

If you’ve always wanted to take clearer, crisper, more detailed macro photographs, today’s lesson by Nick Carver on using a reflector may very well be just what you’ve been looking for. Reflectors can help to reduce lighting contrast and create highlights. In this brief video lesson you will learn how easy it is to use a basic reflector to make your macro photographs better than you ever dreamed was possible.


Did you see what a dramatic difference it makes by using a reflector for macro photography? Getting light to reflect on your subject at just the right angle can make an otherwise forgettable shot become a true masterpiece. The first few times that you set out to improve your photographs with a reflector may prove to be frustrating. But once you start using a reflector regularly, you should definitely see an overall improvement that shows through in every photo you snap.

It never ceases to amaze us how very simple techniques can make such a world of difference. If you enjoyed learning the basics of how to use a reflector to improve your macro photography, then why not share this very cool macro photography tutorial with others. You can click on the Share button located right below this post to pass this lesson on to your friends and family members who enjoy photography. So go ahead and click on the Share button now to make the world a better place – one macro photograph at a time!

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