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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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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!
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.
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
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
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.