CDLC: Getting Started in Macro (It's Easier Than You Think!)

I find macro photography to be very relaxing because subjects are plentiful and photographing non-live subjects allows you to slow down and work methodically to achieve pleasing results. [Sean]
 
From the Canon Digital Learning Center:
No macro lens? No problem! Although it may seem like the world of macro photography is out of reach and a world apart from our own, shooting macro is more accessible than you might think. From rigging your current gear, to creating DIY setups that tackle challenges like lighting, I’m here to be your guide for all things macro! My name is Matthew Cicanese (sick-uh-knees). I’m a National Geographic Explorer, documentary artist, and Canon USA Photographer who leads EOS Destination Workshops specializing in macro photography. I shoot macro subjects all over the world, from my own backyard to the rainforests of Sri Lanka! I’ve been a macro photographer for over ten years now, and have evolved along the way to overcome different challenges in macro and produce award-winning photographs. My goal with this article is to teach you how to accomplish more using less – less money, less frustration, and a drop of ingenuity.
Read the entire article on the Canon Digital Learning Center.
 
Are you looking to add a macro lens to your kit? Check out our Macro Lens Recommendations.
Posted: 4/13/2018 12:40:59 PM CT   Posted By: Sean
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