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Fine Art Photography M. Plonsky. Home Biography Equipment Galleries Purchase Articles Contact: Using Teleconverters in Macro Photography . Version 1.1, 6-29-12

Jul 01, 2016 · How to Use Extension Tubes to Shoot Macro. For extreme closeup photos, you need to shoot macro. You have the option to buy a macro lens for your SLR camera

Using Close-Ups (Diopters) A close-up lens (or diopter) enables the camera to focus closer than it normally can. This means that the image will appear larger in the

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: Nikon AF-S FX Micro-NIKKOR 2177 60mm f/2.8G ED Standard Macro Lens for Nikon DSLR Cameras : Camera Lenses : Camera & Photo

Macro Lenses for the Canon EOS system First, what exactly is a “Macro” lens. To a lens maker it appears sometimes to be a lens with “macro” printed on it!

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MACRO EXTENSION TUBES & CLOSE-UP LENSES. Macro extension tubes and close-up lenses are devices that add high magnification capabilities to virtually any camera lens.

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Back in 1999, there were no practical DSLRs (the world’s first 2.7 megapixel Nikon D1 didn’t ship until Christmas 1999 — for a bargain $5,000!), compact cameras

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General Macro Theory. This image consists of five single macro shots of sea anemone stitched in Photoshop to product a single macro pano. Final image size 15,429×5131

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What Else Do I Need? A quick release plate for your camera. A tripod head, such as the BH-55 LR Ballhead or PG-02 Gimbal Head, or any head featuring an Arca-Swiss

Digital macro photography can be as basic or as complex as you wish. With a modest budget you can capture images of the tiny world before you. Here’s how.

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