Sunday, 12 January 2014

Quick Macro Photography Tricks

An article from Picture Correct about the fascinating art of macro photography. Not only does it give the reader some useful tips, its shows some wonderful images of insects.

If you delve into the incredible world of macro photography, with the aid of a few digital photography tricks, you can take photographs of insects that will blow your mind.

A normal housefly may seem just annoying, but up close and personal, you can capture a macro image that reveals every single hair on its body and the millions of tiny dots that make up its eyes. You see an array of magnificent colors that you do not perceive with the naked eye. Once you have truly experienced macro photography, you will never see tiny creatures in quite the same way again.

Follow this link to read the full article:...........Quick Macro Photography Tricks – PictureCorrect
Here is an attempt at a macro photo I made last year, it is an azure damselfly (Coenagrion puella) seen in Cotswold Water Park, Gloucestershire.
azure damselfly
azure damselfly
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