CDLC: High Magnification Macro Photography

From the Canon Digital Learning Center:

by Liza Gershman

When you observe the world from a macro perspective, there is more to see than one that many photographers initially imagine. Even simple things that we see in regular life can appear more interesting, like the fine detail of lashes on an open eye as they transform into single, long black strands of mascaraed hair; the dots on a ladybug become the size of a tack, and the red cover looks more like a candy than an insect; water droplets look like diamonds, and more. Macro forces your view to shift from the large to the very very small, and in that you open yourself up to an entirely new perspective.

Read the entire article on the Canon Digital Learning Center.

Don'thave a macro lens just yet? Check out our Macro Lens Recommendations to find one that's right for you!

Posted: 10/26/2017 8:58:36 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
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