Macro Photography

 Macro_Mode_Symbol Ever wonder what that little flower looking icon on your
camera did?

It’s actually a really fun and impressive mode to shoot photos in.  The mode is called “Macro” and is commonly
known for shooting close-up photography. When shooting in Macro mode, you can
get really crisp and detailed photos of the object you are photographing. Depending
on your lens you can get a small portion in focus while the rest is blurred to
make the object you want to focus on stand out. It’s a great mode to shoot
flowers, insects, food to show texture or anything you want to see details of. Try
it out and check out our Macro category!


14 thoughts on “Macro Photography

  1. Hi…
    I can say that Macro Photography is a moat popular stream of photography today. as has same field since 1 years. Macro photography is all about taking photographs of small objects from a close range. In this lens I will list 5 subject ideas of macro photography.
    1. Bubbles or drop of water
    2. Feathers
    3. Flower Petals
    4. Human eye
    5. Spiders and Spider webs

  2. As a photographer that shoots mostly people and scenery I never bothered to find out what that setting was for. I think I will play around with it. Thanks for sharing. :)

  3. You can use the flower setting on your camera, or you can play with F-Stops and Shutter Speeds on your own. You will learn not just about macro photography, but your camera and pics in general!

  4. I really prefere typical 1:1 macro lens with full manual camera settings… then you have control on what you are taking picture of and how…

  5. Sometimes i get upset on this macro mode… :( I’m a newbie, sometimes the object that i have closed up onto my lens can’t be focused, it blured with the other area, any suggestion… :(

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