Crative Close-Ups Digital Photography Tips and Techniques by Harold Davis

By Harold Davis

Искусство макро-фотографии.The paintings of macro photography-photographing small items or tremendous close-ups of small sections of huge objects-yields interesting effects, yet capturing at this point brings its personal set of demanding situations. you can now shoot close-ups with self belief and inventive aptitude with this information-packed guide.Renowned photographer Harold Davis offers pages of field-tested ideas on concentration, depth-of-field, exposure-even the precise gear to take advantage of for this detailed area of interest of electronic images. The publication contains lovely and exciting examples of his paintings to demonstrate recommendations.

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If you don’t need to blow up a photo to a huge size or worry about critical reproduction, then almost any pointand-shoot with a macro mode will work well for close-ups. When I took this photo of rose petals and their reflections, I wasn’t worrying about camera hardware. Instead I could concentrate on the composition. 8mm (140mm in 35mm terms), macro mode, 3/10 of a second at f/8 and ISO 50, tripod mounted ▲ Pages 44–45: I used a waterproof point-and-shoot camera to make this interesting close-up composition on a very wet, rainy day.

As with any lens, when considering the focal length of a macro lens, you need to factor in the sensor size of the camera with which it will be used. 5 ratio of sensor size compared to a 35mm film frame. This means that to calculate the equivalent focal lengths in 35mm terms for the lenses I’ve used, you need to multiply ▶ I used a “normal” focal-length macro lens to make this moderate close-up of a bouquet of Asiatic lilies. The normal perspective enhanced the natural look of this still life composition.

A downside of a telephoto macro is that it is unlikely to achieve quite as close a magnification ratio as a shorter lens. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to photo gear; you just have to pay your money and take your chances, which may help to explain my macro lens collection. As with any lens, when considering the focal length of a macro lens, you need to factor in the sensor size of the camera with which it will be used. 5 ratio of sensor size compared to a 35mm film frame. This means that to calculate the equivalent focal lengths in 35mm terms for the lenses I’ve used, you need to multiply ▶ I used a “normal” focal-length macro lens to make this moderate close-up of a bouquet of Asiatic lilies.

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