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Macro photography, also known as close-up photography, is an easy way to create amazing photos of subjects both large and small. Most cameras have a setting for macro photography built in, with the symbol usually looking like the symbol below.
For those wishing to abandon the, sometimes annoying decision making software in a camera, one could always go manual.
When choosing to go manual for taking macro photos one should begin by setting the aperture to its lowest f/stop. For example, in this photo I set the camera’s aperture to f/6.3. This will give the background a nice blur. The blurred background ensures that only the subject will be visible and in focus. Arguably, the most important element in marco photography is the aperture.
The image above was taken at an aperture of f/4.5. Notice the background is blurred throughout leaving only the flower in focus.
The image below was…
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